First thing, I'm giving Loving the Senator 5 platypires for storyline. The writing was fluid, the storyline was very visual and the book had great pacing. I actually really enjoyed this book and read it in just a few hours. The sex scenes were dynamic and well done. The story itself was exciting and heartwarming, with a random twist near the end that left me stunned. Good job, Ms. Villano.
However, I'm only going to give it 2 platypires for editing. I am mystified as to why some authors feel they do not need this step. Punctuation was atrocious. There were errant periods in the middle of sentences, random quotation marks around non-dialogue, and the commas were just way out of control. Words were inverted in several places, forcing me to stop to translate, and in at least one instance, Beulah was spelled Belulah.
That brings us to an average of 3.5 platypires. Since its very messy chopping those little buggers in half, I will add that the story summarization at the end felt forced and artificial, as well as being unnecessary.
So there you have it. Despite the fact that I truly did enjoy this story itself, I am forced to give this book 3 platypires. If the author were to invest in a decent editor, I would be overjoyed to re-evaluate this review and give it the 5 platypires that the storyline did it's best to earn.