ARC Review: Ironic, by Harper Miller

Advance Review Copy generously provided by the author
in exchange for an honest review.


cover-harpermiller-ironicI’ve got a funny story for you. A funny story I need to get off my chest. I can’t share it with any of my friends so, I’m sharing it on a kinky message board full of strangers. Well, it is the Internet …

Although the Internet provides a sense of anonymity, names have been changed to protect the innocent (and not so innocent). Job-related details have been distorted to protect my identity, but despite the ambiguous details, this is a true story. A story very worthy of the acronym FML.

*Disclaimer* This is a short erotic comedy. Not a novelette, novella, or novel but a short story. Content is intended for a mature audience, 18+.

Ironic is the first installment in The Kinky Connect Chronicles. The Kinky Connect Chronicles are short erotic stories all wrapped up in a neat little bow. No cliffhangers in the lot!


Dates read:
Edition read:
April 29, 2015
Harper Miller
Contemporary, Interracial Romance, Erotica
33 e-book pages
1st person
The Kinky Connect Chronicles, book 1
June 13, 2016
Kindle Edition
See the book on GoodReads.

Rating:     ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5

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Short stories tend to make me grumpy. Because juuuuust when I’m getting into all the juicy nitty-gritty, they go and end.

But this? This was lots of fun. It was hot, sharp, sassy, and on point. All that wrapped up in a tasty morsel of a story that packs in all the parts, including surprises? I’m sold.

I can’t say it didn’t leave me wanting more. It sure as fuck did…because it was just that good and I wasn’t ready to say goodbye by a long shot. But it’s a whole story, all you need to know, and all you need to get hot-n-bothered in just a few pages.

Mimi is hot, and she knows it…but not in a bitchy stuck-up princess way. She’s a smart, sexy, professional woman who knows her worth and who she is. And she’s holding out for the MR of Mr. Rights, not a man she needs…one she wants. She’s sex-starved and horny as hell because work is a cruel mistress…don’t I know it. For now, she’s just gonna find a Mr. to who’s fun for a fuck — a one-night, unforgettable all-night pounding. Nothin’ wrong with that, ladies.

I want something new. I want something exciting. I want someone with a nice hefty cock to blow my back out.

I’ll tell ya what else, I admire the HELL out of any woman who’s got the kind of unapologetic confidence of this heroine. That shit takes work, and it takes one hell of a man to be worthy and able to hold his own.

There are currently three books in this series, I snapped up the other two the minute I was done with this one (even though Harper didn’t ask me to). Bonus they’re all 99 centsWhere else can you get THREE stories for less than the cost of a bottle of Two Buck Chuck? (Which, where I live, is more like Five Buck Chuck.) Go…just…go one-click the shit out the Kinky Connect Chronicles.

The fourth installment releases in July. I’ll be reviewing soon.

This review also posted on GoodReads.

Purchase Links:

Amazon | ARe | BN | kobo

Other Books in the Series:

2) Renewed
3) Entwined
4) Complexity
GR | AmazonARe | BN | kobo
GR | AmazonARe | BN | kobo
GR  ** Releases  July 8th!**

About the Author:

ARC-AuthorPic-HarperMillerHarper Miller is a thirty-something native New Yorker. She’s traveled the world and lived in a variety of places but always finds her way back to the Big Apple.

A lackluster love life leaves time to explore new interests, for Harper it is writing. The Sweetest Taboo: An Unconventional Romance is her debut novel. In her mind the perfect Alpha male possesses intellect, humor, and a kinky streak that rivals the size of California.

When she isn’t writing, Harper utilizes her graduate degree in the field of medical research. She enjoys fitness-related activities, drinking copious amounts of wine, and going on bad dates.


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