Harbor by Rebekah Weatherspoon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I'd give it a 3.5
Keep in mind that I read this as a stand-alone novel, so I have no clue what transpired in the first two. This is also my first Rebekah Weatherspoon novel so this was also my introduction to her writing style - and I like it. There were moments of humor that I really appreciate in books like these. I was intrigued by the characters, though some more than others. I did feel like they all would've benefited from a bit more depth. I sympathized with them in various moments, but I didn't feel them the way I wanted to. Plot-wise, I could've used a little more. It didn't feel like much really happened.
All that being said, let's be real, that's not why I picked up the book. It was chock full of sexy. Some moments left me wide-eyed and gasping. I mean downright filthy - and I'm here for it, lmao. It's definitely not for the faint of heart or narrow-minded. I appreciate an author who's willing to go there. An author who is unafraid to present characters with sexual complexities and love lives that are unorthodox. This book was an experience, and I'm glad I had it. I'm eager to read more of what Rebekah Weatherspoon has to offer.
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