After a few loops around blog and review land, I've discovered there are some really "bad" books out there. I've posted about this in the past. Bad books are so tempting.
And once again, I'm left pondering "Can they really be that bad?"...
- Mrs. G's review of Lori Foster's Causing Havoc, not that I'm remotely a fan of Lori Foster, but yikes a 05--that's worse than bad.
- AAR's review of Caroline Davidson's Nightsong, AAR calls it an "Indian" romance, I've reached the point where political correctness has taken over my thinking, before I read the review I thought it was going to be set in India and not The Dakota Territory.
- SBTB's review of Lucy Monroe's Take Me, it's tempting.
- And then there's Dear Author's and Karen's reviews for Carol Lynne's Ben's Wildflower, I'm not going to link to the reviews as if you somehow missed them last month, you apparently live under a rock. I had absolutely no interest in this until I saw Mrs. Giggles campy grade of 80.
Ben's Wildflower is the only one truly tempting me. Can it be so bad it's good?