“Like the molten chocolate in a choco-lava cake”
says Lata Sony at Amazon.
This review was posted quite some time back but foegot to share it, so sharing now.
The rest of the review:
The hot and mushy scenes keep flowing like molten chocolate in a choco-lava cake. What I liked best though was the psychology of the characters that was believable and yet not heavy enough to come into the way of passion. Some romance readers are known to skip the serious parts to get to the hot stuff, but in this book the complexity of the personalities kept the feel of romance more lingering. Near the end my interest waned as the story got inevitably predictable, but it engaged me immensely the rest of the time. I ought to give a lot of credit for this to Summerita for her descriptive body actions and feelings. Sample this – His heart felt like a lead balloon squeezing breath from his chest. Entertaining novel, even thought-provoking to those interested in complex personalities. I thought I had long out-grown romance novels, but looks like I was just missing good quality romance like that in “Against All Rules” 🙂
Thanks to readers like her, Against All Rules touched top 100 paid in contemporary romance at Amazon.in several times last year. It’s been consistently in top 100 paid in Indian books in world literature category at Amazon.com