Review: Smut by Karina Halle.

Smut

Smut by Karina Halle

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4-stars-3

 

 

“My idea of romance is a guy who will take me to see an Avengers film and doesn’t mind dressing up like Loki afterwards.”

Smut was the first book I’ve ever read of this author. And believe me she blown’d me away by her writing and sense of humour. I liked this book, especially Main Characters and also Amanda’s room mate Ana, oh I loved that ancient lady. The plot was the main thing that blown’d me away and sold this book to me. I liked how Karina Halle wrote about the reality of SMUT and how many people prejudice it and the people who are reading it.

“Heroine is gorgeous but she doesn’t know it… Must be a doormat and void of personality or any interesting characteristics so that the reader can interject their own selves. A virgin is preferred but she must be able to get off on command.”

“Dirty talking alpha male. Extremely large penis. Built like The Rock. A millionaire is good, but a billionaire is better. Make sure he donates to Africa or does some charity work even though he’s an asshole with a damaged past.”

I loved how Karina Hale wrote something more in new-adult.
Not soo much drama. Not much angst.
Not second-chances. No ex-climbing in life..
Not to much of EVERYTHING.

SMUT was different than any other New-adult. I really liked the way Karina didn’t described Blake’s past. Like every author described MC’s past in half of the book. I REALLY LIKED IT. I also liked that it wasn’t insta-love and insta-lust in it, everything was building at the right time. I loved the books with good character development. Character Development is one of the great qualities of a good book.

“Keep it in your pants.” I pause, trying to keep my eyes from staying on his crotch. “Wait, are you saying you’re hard right now?”
He scratches at the scruff of his chin, eyes dancing. “Pretty much, considering what I’m writing. Just say the word cock again.”
“Fuck you.”
“Well what do you know,” he says lazily. “The word fuck works too.”

This book made me root for them, i liked their crazy banter and oh my the tension was seriously hot 😀 I liked how their relationship make a total 360 from hating each other to being friends and from being friends to being friends-with-benefit’s. I was always waiting for them to being more than just a friends. It was quite a thrill to see a relationship building in front of your eyes.

“He’s got that look I love in his eyes, the one only I bring to him.
Sleepy, relaxed, happy. Absolutely satisfied.
But there’s tenderness brimming underneath, something rare and beautiful, like a key that makes my heart want to burst free, like a bird from a cage.”

So Basically!! The story starts with Amanda hating Blake’s guts because he was cocky bastard and a manwhore. And then Viola they are writing partners, Probably this assignment made them, i mean force them to work together. and when they started working together Blake is still a cocky bastard, its not a story where THOSE kind of MC are whom are hiding behind a wall. Though, Blake has his flaws and insecurities but he is also a good guy helping his step-brother kevin and his dad in book-store. So i liked Blake’s character alot. and HE WAS A BOOKNERD, this was the best thing. I’ve never ever read about the guys who are a huge booknerd in any novel. So it was a plus. THE FEELS WERE AMAZING.

Whether you’re reading to be changed and challenged or reading to escape for a few hours, get off and maybe make good with your husband, who cares? No one should be judged by what they read, nor should authors by what they write

I KNOW i am not making any sense here with review because seriously i Really liked this book. The lightness with the amazing plot line, it was all i could take in. But do me a favour and read this book.Its amazing and hilarious. I had so many LAUGH OUT LOUD moments. It has sort of every thing..

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A Perfect amount of Romance.
A Perfect amount of Sex.
A Perfect amount of Drama.
A Perfect amount of stubbornness.
And A perfect amount of everything.

“Sex makes things messy.”
“Messy is good.”
“And according to you, so is greed and we won’t even get a chance to be greedy if we’re too preoccupied with sex.”
“Believe me, you’ll be greedy,” he says lazily. “You’ll have the greediest cunt around once I’ve gotten through to you.”
My cheeks flame. Damn.
“You’re speechless,” he says after a beat.
I clear my throat a few times. “I’m trying to think of a witty comeback.”
“Don’t think so much then.”

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2 thoughts on “Review: Smut by Karina Halle.

  1. IKR! It was seriously a fresh read for me. I loved how the writer talked about the prejudices the smut writers and readers face and cherry on top we got to read about the two smut writer who has hots for eachother like you said. It was seriously a time worth read for me. You should try it too. ❤

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