Review: Bloodweight Underdogs of the Arena Series by Eva LeNoir

 

Bloodweight Underdogs of the Arena Series by Eva  LeNoir 

As a young independent vampire, Ellen Banks takes the ring, and all eyes are on her. The lithe rebel has worked hard to get to this one moment in her less-than-stellar life. No one will stand in her way of that championship belt, especially not the powerful and impossibly salacious Nash Stanford. If only her traitorous body’s reaction would shut the hell up.

Nash Stanford has been biding his time. He is a shrewd businessman and knows a good investment when he sees one. But when he looks at the incredibly sexy Ellen Banks, there is more than just money on his mind. Will she agree to work for him? More importantly, will she agree to give into the hunger building between them?

Dear Readers -

I read the first three chapters of this book and decided not to go any further. Several issues influenced this decision.

  • The novel’s plot was unclear since several story lines were introduced and contradicted in the first two chapters.
  • The narrative relied heavily on cliches and the dialog lacked originality and complexity.
  • Grammatical inconsistencies e.g. the heroine’s name changes back and forth.
  • Several times I felt that the writer used words without understanding their meaning.
  • The sex scenes were unappealing to me.
  • I felt uncomfortable with the imagery the narrative’s vocabulary evoked since it was often violent and at times misogynistic.

I appreciate the opportunity to review this work unfortunately it just wasn’t for me.

BR – C

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