Review: ‘Cancer’ by Gemma James
Cancerby Gemma James
Series: The Zodiac Queen #4
Published by Self-Published on June 23, 2020
Genres: Dark Romance
Twelve men. A virgin queen. One arranged marriage.
Three teaspoons.Two men.One choice.
That’s what awaits me in the House of Cancer. Vance Morgan’s gift is unexpected—an evening spent with any member of the Brotherhood I choose.
My heart gives me two options.My body wants the lion.But my mind wants the truth.
And those three teaspoons I mentioned? They contain an elixir that lowers inhibitions. With my judgement compromised, mistakes are bound to be made.
I hope one of them isn’t trusting the wrong man.
Cancer is the fourth installment in Gemma James The Zodiac Queen. This time Novalee is with Dr. Vance Morgan. He’s one character I’ve been intrigued to find out more about since the moment he was introduced. He’s not like the other men. First off, he doesn’t do what previous men have done with Novalee. She was in shock when she was with him. I’m hoping he could be Novalee’s ally because she can’t trust a lot of people. There are so many questions after this book, especially finding out more about Sebastian. I hope that Gemma James has Novalee end up with Sebastian, but several other houses that Novalee has to get through until the big auction.
Steaminess: Some Steam.
Would I recommend this book/series? Yes. If you are a fan of the Dark Romance genre. This series involves a lot of twists and turns and questions needing to be answered. Gemma James will keep readers on edge on who Novalee ends up within the series, and the most important thing is who she can trust.
This book only gets 4-stars, but I still enjoyed it. I’m anxiously waiting for the next book because it is with Sebastian (Leo).
I highly recommend reading these books in order; otherwise, you will be confused reading out of order. You’ll miss out on Novalee’s encounters with Aries, Taurus, and Gemini houses. Believe me; you don’t want to miss out on those.
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