Because you can't judge a book by its cover

 

 One of the ways I receive copies of books to review is through an amazing website called NetGalley (you may have noticed a link to them at the bottom of some of the reviews posted). The wonderfully dangerous thing about NetGalley is the number of titles offered that I want to read and review. I get so excited and intrigued by reading the book descriptions that before I know it my TBR pile is 25 deep. Red House Books is hosting a NetGalley reading challenge for those of us who use the program to catch up on our reading piles. Since my classes don’t start until the very end of January I have decided to participate but in addition to catching up on my reading I am also setting a personal goal of catching up on my reviews that need to be written (since I am behind on those as well). So look forward to some upcoming reviews. :)

 

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It is true you can't judge a book by its cover, you also can't judge a book's graphic content by its cover. NovelReaction's goal is to provide readers with a graphic content so they can make an informed decision regarding the books they want to read. (Also, to have a great place for people to discuss books.) So sit back, pull up a beverage, and read on!
Ratings*

1 = kissing
2 = kissing, some fondling
3 = descriptive stripping but no sex
4 = sex scene but not descriptive in details
5 = full descriptive sex scene

*I am rating a specific book by an author, not the author's style. If I am aware an author writes a specific way, I will let you know.

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