Since I was 10 and figured out that Sailor Moon is an anime I've been switching obsessions for years!
I'm also a fanfiction enthusiast (none of that FSG shit though.)
I have too many favourites in terms of animes and mangas or even literature soooooo you may notice preference depending on posts.
Thanks to my grandma giving me Wicked Business I felt I had no choice but to give Wicked Appetite a try.
Wicked Appetite didn’t strike me as anything thrilling or compelling at first, but the more I read the more I felt like wanting to finish the book. The characters don’t stick out very much to me, though I honestly get excited whenever Wulf interacts with Lizzy, but the plot overall seemed to be quite rushed.
Wicked Business had a better pace to the plot, the introduction of crazy Early AKA Anarchy brought a bit more interest to the plot what with her being koo-koo for Coco-Puffs and having a wrist mounted blow torch. But I wasn’t entirely satisfied with the interactions between Deisel and Lizzy. Its been made clear that two Unmentionables should never do the deed or one risks losing their powers, as demonstrated between Wulf and Anarchy. (Trying not to give away spoilers.) Despite this the teasing and flirting between the two leading characters is no where near as stimulating as Ranger/Morelli interacting with Steph.
Despite everything all the problems I see with the story, it does have it touch of humour and in the long run I couldn’t stop reading because I wanted to know how things worked out to get the Lust stone.
Have to say this one was a lot better than the previous three books.
To me it felt like the series entered a lull of events that the readers could expect to happen with just the odd bit of humour and lust to lighten the mood.
For Explosive Eighteen the highlight of the book was hearing that Morelli and Ranger finally went one-on-one (as well as Stephanie getting it on with Ranger in his Turbo and hitting the horn with each thrust.)
With Nineteen I was dreading the lull to be present, Evanovich removed the lull through a few clever ideas that left me wanting to read more.