Sunshine and the Stalker – Review

Sunshine and the Stalker

by K Webster and Dani René
Publication Date: June 11, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Sweet & Sexy Stalker Romance

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Dating is difficult for someone like me.
I’m obsessive, arrogant, and rude.
This means I must be creative when bedding a woman.
I learn what I can about her through whatever means necessary.
Some call it stalking. I call it clever research.
It gets me what I want and when I want it.
When I get bored, I move on.
My system works like a charm…
Until a little ray of SUNSHINE shows up.

***

Dating is nonexistent for me.
I’m quirky, silly, and inexperienced.
This means my romantic life is certainly lacking.
I don’t date because no one’s interested.
Some say I’m an independent woman who doesn’t need a man.
But I know I’m on the fast track to becoming a lonely cat lady.
How many cats are too many cats anyway?
My boring world stays that way…
Until my future stepmother’s STALKER shows up.

Sunshine and the Stalker – Review

I loved the premise, as I do with every Webster book, but I must say, this one fell a little short for me. I needed more!

Ahh! I feel so awkward saying that because I have loved every Webster book I’ve read. There is just so much missing from Sunshine and the Stalker. There’s so much more I wanted to see: more stalker, more dirtiness, more sunshine, and more oomph. 

It was an extremely fast-paced story with insta-lovey tendencies. Usually, that is not something I mind. Actually, it is something I rather enjoy. However, I wanted this story to have more of a slow build. I wanted more stalker and less sunshine. That’s not to say I didn’t like Cerys and James, in fact, it is the opposite. I loved them! I just wanted more… The backstories of the characters were almost non-existent, and I wanted to know more about the couple. Why they were the way they are kind of thing.

Of course, this won’t be my last book by Webster or Rene. Maybe my expectations with this one were just a little too high. I heard ‘stalker’ and ‘K Webster’ and like most people, my mind went to dark places. Whereas, in reality, this book isn’t dark. It’s sweet and caring. It’s cute and super steamy. It’s a great little novella. The writing is still spectacular as usual, and it has all the things you like to see in a Webster story.

About K. Webster

K Webster is the author of dozens romance books in many different genres including contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, and erotic romance. When not spending time with her husband of twelve years and two adorable children, she’s active on social media connecting with her readers.

Her other passions besides writing include reading and graphic design. K can always be found in front of her computer chasing her next idea and taking action. She looks forward to the day when she will see one of her titles on the big screen.

About Dani René

Dani is an international bestselling author and proud member of the Romance Writer’s Organization of South Africa (ROSA) and the Romance Writers of America (RWA).

A fan of dark romance that grabs you by the throat and doesn’t let go. It’s from this passion that her writing has evolved from sweet and romantic, to dark and delicious. It’s in this world she’s found her calling, growing from strength to strength and hitting her stride.

On a daily basis, she has a few hundred characters, storylines, and ideas floating around in her head. From the feisty heroines she delivers to the dark, dominant alphas that grace the pages of her books, she promises light in a world filled with danger and darkness.

She has a healthy addiction to reading, TV series, music, tattoos, chocolate, and ice cream.

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