Mini Reviews: Tin Queen & Relentless

Tin Queen
Series: Clifton Forge, #6
Author: Devney Perry

Publication Date: August 31, 2021
Publisher: Devney Perry LLC

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ 

My thoughts:

I liked Emmett and Nova’s romance. It was steamier than the past books based on the nature of their relationship being primarily a physical one, but that fit well and it wasn’t overly steamy. I liked what being Tucker’s daughter meant for Nova and how that storyline went. Same for Emmett and his late father. The only thing that kept me from loving it was that I felt like the last book was more captivating. It made this one seem like a weaker end to the series. Still a good time and totally worth reading, though!

Relentless
Series: Mason Family, #4
Author: Adriana Locke

Publication Date: September 3, 2021
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Rating: ★ ★ ★ 

My thoughts:

I liked Relentless, but it was missing something for me. Oliver and Shaye were both great characters with interesting pasts. The chemistry was there. It was just something in the execution of the story. I’m not sure what it was, but it left the book feeling kind of blah. It mas missing something to make it stand out from the rest of the series, I guess. I would say it is worth the read if you’re looking for something light and fluffy or are a fan of the series.

16 thoughts on “Mini Reviews: Tin Queen & Relentless”

  1. I’ve seen both authors books around but have never read them. I can’t even tell the genre of the book from the Devney Perry one! I’m glad you enjoyed it.
    Sorry to hear that something was missing from the 2nd one. 🙁

    1. It was good for the most part. Just not as good as the last book, which I felt like it should have been.

  2. i have the first book in that Devney Perry’s series but I still haven’t read it. I need to pick it up soon. I’m glad you enjoyed it. I don’t think I read any of Locke’s books yet, but I think I have a sports romance on my GR TBR.

    1. I hope you enjoy Tin Gypsy. I thought the series got better and better with each book. Well, this one wasn’t as good as the last. Still good, though.

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