Book Review: Gypsy by Roux Cantrell

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Title: Gypsy

Author: Roux Cantrell

Release Date: August 14th, 2018

Page Count: 134

Start Date: October 4th, 2022

Finish Date: October 5th, 2022


Story: This story is a very short and spicy read. I know that the official term is short and sweet, but I meant what I said. There are a few questions I have that were more referenced than really explained. I also was curious on the grammar of some things. There are names that I felt should have been capitalized that weren’t. That could have been done on purpose for all I know. I thought this was a very creative read. Normally with shorter novels, I say that I want and crave more. I won’t say that this one. The length of this book was perfect. I feel like if it were any longer it could risk dragging on. I could be wrong on that.

Characters: At first, Gypsy kind of confused me. The name not the person. I kept expecting it to be a girl. That’s just things that I’m used to. I didn’t really feel a connection with any of the characters. I think I could have. Maybe one day I’ll go back and read the book again and see what happens.

Critiques: None that I can think of really.

Final Thoughts: This was definitely a short and spice packed story. It glosses over a dom sub relationship and a potential for another one. I’m looking forward to reading the rest of the books in the series. Especially if they are as short as this one. I recommend this book for those who love books with more of a spice level and arranged marriage type things. There is a bit of suspense but it doesn’t drag on.

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