Release Date-17th April 2018
Publisher-Flower Work Press
The White Room – a STEAMY Contemporary Romance from USA Today Bestselling Author, CM Albert
“What we do behind closed doors reveals the naked truth of who we really are.”
The rules are simple:
They’re put into place to protect us—exclusive clients lucky enough to afford the cost of playing. But everyone knows some rules are made to be broken. When hearts and bodies collide, even the best intentions slip away…exposing the real reasons why we seek the White Room in the first place. Will the White Room set you free? Step inside and find yourself.
This one was a DNF for me about 36% and as such I will not be giving it a star rating just my reasons for not finishing “The White Room”.
So first there was nothing wrong with the writing here at all, this just wasn’t my overall bag.
The premise of this sounded rather intriguing on paper a totally anonymous room where anything goes and for me, I think this is one of those reads that Might have worked better if it was shorter in length.
Each chapter reads like its own individual story from a particular character’s POV leading on into the next chapter with a different individuals perspective; almost like a series of interconnecting stories.
Really neat idea but in retrospect I felt an overall disconnect with each person involved.
Flitting on so swiftly to the next raunchy adventure stopped me from getting emotionally invested with anyone here.
I read I think four of these instalment chapters overall but did ultimately find me self-skimming as there’s only so much bedroom Olympics I could read without getting eventually bored.
There was also a kind of profound message at the end of each of these encounters that the patrons of The White Room Seemed to take away; that was a charming touch that I did like.
So, Yeh, this wasn’t really for me, not enough of an underlying storyline to hold my actual attention.
I’m not quite sure what I expected here but this wasn’t it.
I will say this was excellently narrated with a flowing lyrical style but for myself, that just wasn’t enough to overcome the lack of a deeper connection here.
I will not be ruling out this author in the future because as I said the writing was fine just not for me.
I was provided with an ARC of “The White Room” By the author of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.
Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm.