Parts & Wreck (Entangled Covet)

by Mark Henry

1 of 5 stars 1 rating • 1 review • 1 shelved
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Parts & Wreck (Entangled Covet)

by Mark Henry

1 of 5 stars 1 rating • 1 review • 1 shelved
  • ISBN10 1622663675
  • ISBN13 9781622663675
  • Publish Date 25 November 2013
  • Publish Status Out of Print
  • Imprint Entangled: Covet
  • Format eBook
  • Language English

Reviews

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Angie 1 of 5 stars
Parts & Wreck is another book where I didn't remember anything that I just read after putting it down. It's a good thing I take some notes for my reviews, because this book is utterly forgettable. Wade is a self-proclaimed playboy; women just can't resist him! I can't see why though, except he's super hot or something. Anyway, he hires Luce as his new assistant, and of course she's another one of those women who can't resist him, except that she does.

There's one very annoying thing about Parts & Wreck: the jokes. I struggle with humor to begin with, but I can normally tell when something is meant to be funny. The jokes here are all sex based, mostly about prostitutes, because apparently sex work is hilarious. Also ruffies.They weren't funny and seemed more there for shock value? I don't know. It just wasn't funny at all and it bothered me.

The plot of Parts & Wreck is also pretty darn slow, which is unusually for the Paranormal genre. We don't even know exactly what Wade's job is until about a quarter of the way in, and then nothing plot related happened until...well, ever, honestly. I couldn't even tell you what the plot was suppose to be outside of the budding romance between Wade and Luce. Something about demons and surgery and prostitutes, probably.

Parts & Wreck was simply not my jam. Maybe dudes with raunchy humor, who remove organs from possessed people, is your jam. But don't forget the ruffie jokes. Those shouldn't appeal to anyone.