ARC Review: The Virgin’s Revenge by Dee Tenorio

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ARC Review: The Virgin’s Revenge by Dee Tenorio
The Virgin's Revenge
Book Info

Released: July 3, 2012
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Rancho Del Cielo #4
Pages: 253

I am going to confess, I didn’t expect much from the book, I think it was the mixture of the title and the book cover, which altogether gives the impression of a soft porn movie where the woman dresses in white and gets spanked by daddy.Buuut, moving on luckily (or unluckily depending on what you like) this was vastly different then I thought it would be. This was a funny, sexy and rather sweet romance that I did have trouble putting down. From the very first line it reeled me in with its humour and warmth.

The romance between the two main characters was a friends to lovers scenario and I liked that it showed how close they were and I think you can really see the connection between the characters as well as the chemistry.

I will definitely be reading more from Dee Tenorio, especially if it is about the cast of crazy yet hilarious characters that were in this book. A great read and a prime example of how you should never judge a book by its cover.

*ARC provided by author

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About Dee Tenorio

Dee Tenorio has a few reality issues. After much therapy for the problem—if one can call being awakened in the night by visions of hot able-bodied men a problem—she has proved incurable. It turns out she enjoys tormenting herself by writing sizzling, steamy romances of various genres spanning paranormal mystery dramas, contemporaries and romantic comedies. Preferably starring the sexy, somewhat grumpy heroes described above and smart-mouthed heroines who have much better hair than she does.

The best part is, no more therapy bills!

Well, not for Dee, anyway. Her husband and kids, on the other hand…

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One Comment

  1. I have to agree about the cover – total miss which is unusual for both Samhain and Dee Tenorio – that said I do love Dee’s writing style and this book is on my list for this week so I’ll be getting it:) Thanks for the review

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