Penny Ann Lupton
I was hoping for more from All Over You. I finished Devoured the other day and it was just okay for me, but I was hoping this novella would fill in some of the things I thought were missing in the first book. It didn’t. I still don’t know the details about why Lucas’ ex-wife is out to destroy him, or why he puts up with it. I don’t know why he insists on handcuffing his women. I don’t know why he acted like such an asshole with Sienna. I can’t figure out why he even likes her. He sees something in her, but what. They barely spoke to each other. All he does is pin her to a wall and tell her all the things he’s going to do to her. That’s it. There is no buildup to a relationship at all. In fact, I was happier before I read this novella because Lucas and Sienna had a past and I assumed they had a great romance and were picking up where they left off. There was no romance. There were a few tidbits of conversation, some almost sex, and then Lucas being a total jerk. I think I’ve given these books as much time as I’m willing to extend. If there are more books released, I probably won’t be reading them.