***Review – Crave Me by Geneva Lee – The Royals #4 – 3 Stars***

***Review***
Crave Me by Geneva Lee
The Royals #4

Crave me

Crave MeBelle’s story begins in the captivating fourth installment of the New York Times bestselling series.

I made myself a promise: No men. No romance. No waiting around for a prince that’s not going to come. Because some girls don’t get happily ever afters. Some girls only get broken hearts.

Which is exactly why I should stay away from him. He’s vile. He’s arrogant. He’s controlling. And I don’t trust him.

But some men get into your blood—under your skin. Some men you just can’t get enough of.

Some men you just crave.

This a full-length novel. It’s recommended you read the previous books, but not necessary to enjoy the story.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Review 3 Stars

 

Crave Me is book #4 in the Royals Series. I really enjoyed the Clara and Alex books, there’s just something about them that completely drew me in and captured my attention.

Even from the first book I always hated Phillip and he and Pepper are welcome to one another!!

As soon as we meet Belle I hoped that there was a free, uninhibited side to her and she definitely showed that in this book!

I liked catty, bitchy Belle she was funny and much more likable than I had assumed she would be.

Smith confuses me and honestly the back story confused me as well. Who is Smith and what the bloody hell is going on?

This book really tried to be kinky and sexy and at times it really was but I honestly felt like all of the sex scenes tried a bit too hard!!

Clara and Alexander’s passion was effortless but I just didn’t feel the connection between Bella and Smith.

The kink was, well kinky but really the hottest scene was the collar scene and I had already read that in a teaser for the book.

Honestly this book left me a little disappointed!

It wasn’t bad but it just wasn’t as good as I had expected.

And I’m sorry but I need to say this….. THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A HUNDRED POUND NOTE IN THE UK!!! I know it’s petty but I can’t stop thinking about it!!

I’m not sure if I’m intrigued by Smith and his bizarre family enough to warrant buying the next book.

Crave Me gets a disappointing 3 stars from me.

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