Book Review: Kedesha by Ohad Pele Ezrahi

Title: Kedesha: A Timeless Tale of a Love Priestess
Author: Ohad Pele Ezrahi
Genre: Middle-Eastern, Ancient World, Historical Fiction, Romance, Historical Romance
Rating: 4 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Sacred sexual rituals bring Tara’s soul to the ancient Temple of Astarte

Tara is a young American who travels to Jerusalem, where she meets Yoni, a handsome Israeli who is a sexual shaman. Yoni and his wife Hagar take Tara on journeys of deep self revelation, using ancient rituals and sacred sexuality, that link her soul to the ancient Temple of Astarte, which stood in Jerusalem before the monotheistic revolution of the 7th century BC.

A priest of Yahweh is pitted against the ancient temple priestesses

In a parallel story, a sexually frustrated priest of Yahweh vows to destroy Astarte’s temple and her sexual rites. An ancient sacred scroll surfaces containing orders to wipe out any form of worship other than that of Yahweh.

Ancient and modern religions merge at the nexus of spiritual sexual secrets

Who wrote this early tome that so deeply influenced the history of religion and of the world? How did the Love Goddess priestesses respond to attempts to destroy their path? With magical vibrations, the author weaves together ancient history and modern fiction and sweeps the reader into secret chambers where sexuality and sacredness meet in awe. This book will change the way you see the history of the world, religion, culture, and sexuality.


In Kedesha, young American girl Tara travels to Jersulam where she meets Yoni and his wife. Both of them, and in particular Yoni, take Tara on a journey of self-discovery, of growth and of  acceptance, using ancient rituals and sacred sexuality–and accepting her own sexuality, which was long banned by religion that saw female sexuality as something demonic.

The story is a postivie one, with a deeply influential message and a journey of growth, of one’s mind and spirit. In this book, the author relays that it’s okay to enjoy oneself, that it’s all right to derive pleasure from the joy of feeling alive, from the pleasures that life – and in particular, sex – can give. Our body is not just a body, it’s part of us, of who we are, of our soul and spirit.

This book is not for everyone and if you’re not very open about sexuality, some parts of this book could definitely make you blush or feel a little awkward. Despite that, it’s definitely worth reading and quite an eye-opener.


Book Review and Giveaway Girl Within Girl Book 2: Healing

Title: Girl Within Girl Book 2: Healing
Author: S.P. Aruna
Genre: Erotic Thriller
Age Group: Adult (18+)
Rating: 4 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Trapped in a mountain cabin with three, possible four, women….every guy’s dream, right? Or could it turn out to be a nightmare?

Dr. Sean Paisley needs to find out how to bring these women together – his survival depends on it. To make matters worse, he’s in love with all of them….made passionate love to all of them. Throw in a nasty grizzly bear and the dark forces of the government and the situation becomes even more dire.

In the end, he was stuck with Belinda, a hysterical, suicidal, homicidal maniac of a person, confined together in the wilderness of the onset of winter. Now both their lives are at stake.

Last year, I read and enjoyed Girl Within Girl Book 1: Unraveling, the first book in the series, so I was looking forward to reading the second book in the series, and it didn’t dissapoint.
You would think that being trapped in a mountain cabin with several women is every man’s dream, but for Dr. Sean Paisley it turns out to be a veritable nightmare. To make matters worse, he’s in love with all the women, and they all have some sort of feelings toward him. Add in dark governments secrets, nasty grizzly bears, and you have some real suspense putting you on the edge of your seat.
Just like the first book, this sequel is equally fast-paced. All the characters are well-crafted and three-dimensional, and they all have different personalities that the reader can keep apart. The story has some interesting twists, and overall, it’s an excellent erotic thriller.
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Book Review: Devil’s Bride by K.G. Isaac

Title: Devil’s Bride
Author: K.G. Isaac
Genre: Mystery, Erotic Thriller
Age Group: Adult (18+)
Rating: 3,5 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

A breathtaking mystical and erotic thriller that goes beyond imagination

Rabbi Menahem Mendel Schul, a reputable Jerusalemite matchmaker, is forced to take upon himself a ‘satanic’ assignment: finding a suitable human match for the Devil! He has exactly one year to accomplish the mission, or else his body and soul will go through the Seven Halls of Hell. Will he meet the deadline?

What happens when a Hasidic matchmaker is ordered to find a wife for the Devil?

The Rabbi embarks upon a frantic quest on the Devil’s characteristics and sexual preferences, so that he can find him a proper match. He is trying to find answers in both centuries-old and contemporary literature on Kabbalah, occultism, black magic, incantation, sorcery, satanic cults, devil-worship, and the like. Finding hypothetical insights insufficient, he makes up his mind to experience some of it personally. He meets with an African sorceress, takes part in a drugs-and-sex orgy in a German cemetery and witnesses a blood-chilling ritual performed by a Brazilian satanic cult.

Finally, the Rabbi succeeds in convincing two young Jewish girls to comply with his perverted plan, promising them a heavenly match, but firmly refuses to reveal any details about the chosen one’s identity. He then gradually prepares the girls for their superhuman challenge – sexually satisfying the Devil. The ‘training course’ includes exposure to drugs, perverted group sex, brutal rape, extreme BDSM sessions, and more. It is not long before the Rabbi finds himself living in his own dark underworld, where sin, lust and deviance become a hellish yet arousing routine.

Devil’s Bride is an exciting and gripping mystical novel that delves into the depth of sin, desires and spiritual transcendence. The twists in the powerful plot will leave you breathless up to the surprising climax.

In Devil’s Bride, the concept is quite awesome. Rabbi Menahem Mendel Schul, a reputable matchmaker, is forced to find a suitable match for none other than…the devil. He has one year to accomplish the mission, or his body and soul will be put through the Seven Halls of Hell. Rabbi emarks upon this seemingly impossible task, trying to find out the Devil’s characteristics and sexual preferneces. He searches for answers in all kinds of literature, the occult, even black magic, and even does some field research of his own–such as participating in an orgy, and witnessing a ritual performed by a cult.

He finally succeeds in convincing two young Jewish girls to comply with his plan, and then prepares them for their challenge: to satisfy the devil. The training course involves drugs, rape, extreme BDSM, and the likes, while the Rabbi himself ventures deeper and deeper into dark desires, becoming more and more like the Devil himself.

Some of the rape / drugs / BDSM parts were over the top for me, and I didn’t enjoy them all that much. I did like the concept, and I also liked the Rabbi’s own descent into madness and wickedness, and how he started to resemble his client–the Devil–over time.

Book Review: Domme Experience by Simone Freier

Title: Domme Experience
Author: Simone Freier
Genre: Erotic Romance
Age Group: Adult (18+)
Rating: 5 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Beyond    50    Shades    …    Way    Beyond!

DOMME    EXPERIENCE    is    an    intimate    exploration    of    kinks    and    fetishes    by    an    unlikely    couple,    with    thoughtful    and    philosophical    discussion    by    the    characters,    and    graphic    descriptions    of    their    erotic    adventures.
Kelly    takes    the    upper    hand    –    in    a    manner    of    speaking    –    exhibiting    her    dominant    side,    and    impressing    her    parents    and    Sam,    as    roles    are    reversed.

Her    formal    training    as    a    dominatrix    leads    to    new    and    unexpected    experiences    for    Sam.        Kelly    and    Sam    explore    new    cultures,    and    enjoy    further    adventures    with    friends,    as    their    world    travels    continue.        Kelly    demonstrates    her    technical    and    business    prowess,    and    the    company    that    she    and    Sam    founded    takes    off,    changing    their    lives    forever.        There    are    a    billion    reasons    why    they    should    be    happy.        But    they    are    unaware    that    a    storm    is    brewing    on    the    horizon.
The    Experiences    series    is    an    epic    love    story    of    erotic    relationships    and    sexual    desires.        Written    in    a    ‘literary    realism’    style,    the    series    introduces    Sam    in    the    prequel,    and    the    blossoming    of    his    intimate    relationship    with    Kelly    as    the    series    progresses.        Fantasies    and    real-world    adventures    coalesce    to    mold    a    unique    bond    between    unlikely    lovers.        Where    needs    are    mutually    satisfied    in    an    open,    creative    and    trusting    environment.        Where    physical    and    mental    boundaries    are    pushed.        Where    the    concepts    of    love    and    sex    are    never    confused,    but    sometimes    confusing.        Where    openness    is    required    and    intimacy    is    expected.        And    where    fair-is-fair,    regarding    the    punishment    of    transgressions.
Contemporary    erotic    romance:    Suitable    for    mature    readers,    aged    18+    years.    Experiences:    Book    8    is    187,000    words,    18    chapters,    621    print    pages
Acclaim    for    Simone    Freier    and    the    EXPERIENCES    series:

“Fun,    intense,    sexually    erotic”

“One    of    my    favorite    series    in    recent    memory”

“Simone    Freier    is    a    sexually    charged    and    inspired    writer”

“It    is    quite    a    tale    and    a    very    good    read    that    explores    an    intimate    topic”

“The    writing    is    well-done,    engaging,    and    erotic”

“The    characters    are    rich    &    believable,    while    the    eroticism    is    thick    &    lush”

“Freier    writes    some    incredibly    powerful    scenes”

“I    have    enjoyed    this    whole    series    and    don’t    want    it    to    end”

“Freier    holds    poignant    insight    into    the    complexities    of    interpersonal    communications    and    behavior”

“The    desire    crawls    out    of    the    pages    and    into    my    mind”

“The    writing    style    is    relaxed,    even    playful,    and    always    fresh”

“Steams    up    the    pages    –    very    sensual    and    erotic”

“Simone    Freier    entertains    her    readers    with    a    story    of    love,    trust,    respect    and    exploration”

“Unexpectedly    thoughtful    and    intensely    passionate”

“Simone    Freier    has    an    intoxicating    way    with    words”

“Fifty    shades    greyer    in    this    deep    look    at    sexual    explorations”

“Freier’s    attention    to    detail    in    her    books    is    awe-inspiring!”

“I    have    enjoyed    this    whole    series    and    don’t    want    it    to    end”

“Fine    writing    from    an    author    who    knows    her    genre”

“If    you    love    erotica,    then    you’ll    love    this    series”

“Definitely    a    five-star    series!”
WARNING!    This    work    contains    mature    content,    including    graphic    sexual    descriptions    and    scenes,    and    is    provided    for    adults    only.    The    Experiences    series    contains    scenes    of    psychological    and    physical    submission,    discipline,    and    medical    fetish.        The    characters    explore    various    fetishes,    which    evolve    throughout    the    series.        ALL    CHARACTERS    IN    THE    BOOK    ARE    21    YEARS    OLD    OR    OLDER,    and    all    activities    are    consensual.

As regular readers of my blog will know, I’ve read quite a few books in the Experience series already. I’ve consistently rated these books 4 stars and more. First Experience, Weekend Experience, Birthday Experience, European Experience, Friends’ Experience and Island Experience – I read all of these and enjoyed them immensely. So of course, I was thrilled to dive into the next book in the series, Domme Experience.

So far, Sam has always been (or mostly been) the one in charge of Sam and Kelly’s relationship. From the moment they first met, they formed a rather unlikely couple, but as the books progressed and you see them connecting with each other and talking to each other, as a reader you start to root for them and start to believe in them. They have a lot of respect for one another and it clearly shows. Despite how “open” they are in their sexual relationships, they’re very close and trusting toward one another too.

But in this book, it’s not Sam who is in charge anymore – it’s Kelly. Kelly starts exhibiting her dominant side, and I really enjoyed getting to know that part of her. She’s more confident than ever, not afraid to take charge, and this leads to a lot of new experiences for the couple.

What I also enjoy about these books is that it’s not just about sex or about romance. It’s about much more, about family dynamics, about ordinary and not so ordinary life situations (like the parts about Sam and Kelly’s business, for example).

The books are sensual, and very intimate. Not just between the characters, but as a reader too – you start feeling connected to these characters, and you start wondering how they can be so free in their relationships and life, whereas most people nowadays definitely don’t have that kind of freedom to explore their sexuality, their desires and fantasies.

Recommended to fans of erotic romance who are looking for a book that can give them an intimate journey into the character’s minds and motivations, while at the same time offering a sensual story.

Book Review: The Scorpion’s Empress by Yoshiyuki Ly

The Scorpion's EmpressTitle: The Scorpion’s Empress
Author: Yoshiyuki Ly
Genre: Erotic Romance
Age Group: Adult (18+)
Rating: 4 stars
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

After years of serving a corrupt government, Ser Videl, an idealistic paladin, learns that her younger sister is tangled in a dark scheme against Raj Mangala, the compassionate yet troubled empress of the city’s oppressed lowtown; the two women meet and are deeply drawn to one another, finding a shared sanctuary in their violently-divided city. The Scorpion’s Empress is intimately written through the eyes of both twenty-seven year old women.

Videl’s loving devotion is just what Raj craves, but Raj is wary of letting her guard down while protecting her throne. Determined to prove her worth, Videl chases after Raj and works to unravel the mystery of the plots against the empress. Raj wants Videl to serve her emotional and sexual needs, and the two explore a meaningful relationship of dominance and submission that delves fully into their deepest wants. When the conspiracy against Raj comes to a head, Videl’s loyalties are tested when she is forced to choose between her past and her empress.

The Scorpion’s Empress is a lesbian erotic romance about the sizzling hot romance between Raj Mangala, and Ser Videl. Ser Videl is a paladin, and Raj Mangala is the empress of the city’s oppressed lowtown. The two of them are almost immediately drawn to each other, and the book focuses on their relationship against the backdrop of conspiracies and political struggles.

Raj is wary of letting her guard down, and she has trouble trusting anyone, including Videl. Videl, on the other hand, has trouble deciding where her loyalties lie, and who she can and should trust, especially when she’s forced into a difficult choice.

The romance between both women has a BDSM aspect – dominant/submissive, which adds another interesting touch to the book. I also liked how the conspiracy/politics played an important part too. It wasn’t just romance, a lot was going on. The protagonists were interesting, and I must say, I liked Videl the most. Something about her personality just made her sound very realistic. Raj was all right too, I just liked Videl more.

An intriguing, sizzling erotic romance. I look forward to reading more books by this author.

Book Review Capturing the Muse

CapturingTheMuse_CoverTitle: Capturing the Muse
Author: Madison Avery
Genre: New Adult Erotic Romance / Collection
Age Group: Adult (18+)
Rating: 4 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

In this mixed genre, erotica collection, Capturing the Muse, find out just how far these writers are willing to go to gain back their creativity, or keep it from shattering their perfect world.

Through tragedy, life lessons, mentorship, and even a hint of the paranormal, these writers will find one thing in common, steamy romance comes with consequences.

Luck Be a Penny:

A bestselling author is unable to finish her series, and figures out the kindness she shows to a stranger can unleash more than just the plot to her upcoming book.

Dances with Muses:

One writer discovers the prince charming she created might just be better than the real thing. But coping with her delusions of the perfect romance interfere with the reality of real life.

Filling in the Blanks:

When a Muse doesn’t know she’s lost, a connection with a writer yearning for inspiration, brings her story to life.

Bookstores and Dreams:

Believing a “how-to guide” is the key to her success, a burgeoning writer will have to trust a handsome bookstore owner when a devastating accident turns her life upside.

Beneath the Inhibitions:

A depressed author collides with a prolific editor during a literary conference. And a one-night-stand becomes a source for new material, and regaining her confidence.

Capturing the Muse, Volume 1 in the Courting the Muse Series, will leave you breathless, aroused and inspired.

In this  collection of ertotic short stories, Capturing the Muse, the author, like the title suggests, talks about the muse, about finding one’s muse and losing one’s muse and all the trouble that goes with it. Each story features different characters and a different setting, but all of them have the muse element in common. All of the stories focus on authors, and since I’m an author too, I really enjoyed the POV of all of the different authors. “Beneath the Inhibitions” was my favorite of all the stories.

The writing is fluent, and even though the stories are short, I had no trouble connecting to any of the characters. A hot and steamy read, ideal for the summer months.

Book Review: Trusting the Knot by Kara Winters

22839744Title: Trusting The Knot
Author: Kara Winters
Genre: Erotica
Age Group: Adult (18+)
Rating: 4 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Sasha Caesario worries of finishing college with the burden of student loans, she discovers an advertisement for a well-paid summer job as a submissive. BDSM has been a curiosity to her, ever since watching a stage show in Los Angeles. However stepping into her new role requires much more than ropes and chains…

As a Master Dominant, Dr. Richard Anderson has had his share of the spotlight, being a co-founder of one of the nation’s top BDSM retreats. But past troubles forced him to stay away from the crowds. Now, being urged by his surrounding friends to take on a new submissive for the summer, he reluctantly agrees. He’ll never let this new girl into his world. Or into his heart…

But when Sasha arrives, that feeling to control and protect comes charging through as he sees her potential. Yet as the summer progresses, and the closer they become, his walls begin to crumble. Sasha can see the man he once was, but is she too late helping him regain the trust he lost years ago?

Trusting the Knot is an intriguing erotica novel – it’s not just erotica, instead it’s about much more. The characters each have a different personality, their own strength and weaknesses, and they manage to balance each other in an unique way. While the erotic part is a large part of the boook, it also focuses on character development and growth, adding more depth and complexity to the novel.

Sasha Caesario, our main character, decides to take a leap when she reads an ad for a summer job as a submissive. She’s always been intrigued by BDSM, and the summer job pays well, and could help her pay off her student loans. When she saw the ad, something kept pulling her to it, although she knows little about the BDSM world, and she’s reluctant to let go of control.

When she gets chosen for the job, she meets Dr. Richard Anderson, the dom. Although reluctant to take a new submissive at first, after suffering some personal troubles and having his trust broken, he sees potential in Sasha, and decides to give this a shot anyway. As Sasha learns to lose control, he learns how to let his walls down, and how to trust again…

The two characters have very different personalities, and sometimes they clash, kind of like fireworks. Their dynamics are intriguing though. The plot isn’t that original, but the writing and the characters more than make up for that. I enjoyed finding out more about the characters and the setting and dynamics of the world of BDSM.

An intriguing novel recommended to erotica fans.

Book Review: A Dance for Fools by J.A. Lynch

a dance for fools coverTitle: A Dance for Fools
Author: J.A Lynch
Genre: Erotica
Age Group: Adult (18+)
Rating: 4 stars
Purchase: Amazon (US), Amazon (UK)
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Bianka, a vampire with an insatiable thirst and desire for the body unlocked Pandora’s box when she disposed of Iona, and instead of getting the freedom she desired, she condemned herself to a curse.
With her new found fate as the Rose, comes the responsibility of choosing her own courtesan and fulfilling her pledge to Artemis and the Oracle, but Bianka is hell bent on revenge, and if she can’t have her freedom then at least she can play the King and his court for fools.
Of course, nothing is never simple, and as Bianka puts all her energies into revenge, she doesn’t see the ensuing chaos that she unleashes.
A dance for fools is only the beginning of the end…

A Dance for Fools is the second book in a series, but I didn’t read the first book and i could follow the story just fine. Bianka is the main character, a seductive, slightly manipulative vampire with strong needs and desires. As the Rose, she has to choose her own courtesan and fulfill a pledge to Artemis and the Oracle. However, Bianka is eager to take revenge on the King and his court, and in doing so, unleashes chaos she never thought possilbe.
I would’ve probably understood more about the Rose, and what it means to be the Rose, had I read the first book, but it didn’t bother me. Bianka was an intriguing character. She has an insatiable lust, especially for Batar, the king’s son, and a man she could fall in love with, if it were possible. But she also feels a strong desire toward one of her servant girls – and just in general, it seems like she’s attracted to almost anyone. I’m not always fond of erotica – it needs to have story and setting for me to enjoy it – but this book hit the nail spot on.
The setting is entertaining and quite unique. Sure, there are vampires, but the rituals, the Oracle, the Rose, all add original aspects to the story. The writing is quite impressive. Especially the f/f/ scenes. Those can be tricky to write – all sex scenes in general are tricky to write – but the author handled them very well.
This book isn’t just erotica. There’s mystery, intrigue, and event a hint of romance. A short read at just 40 pages, but it packs everything you’d expect from a longer novel.

Book Review: Getting Lost (The Island Book One) by Marie Morgan

Getting_Lost_The_Island_Book1_MarieMorgan_SFWTitle: Getting Lost (The Island, Book One)

Author: Marie Morgan

Genre: Erotica, Novella

Age Group: Adult (18+)

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Cicily Welling lost everything she cared about. On a dangerous path of self-destruction, she finds a website announcing The Island, saying how they can help those with “emotional problems.”

With much trepidation, she fills out the form and clicks submit, launching herself into a world she never knew existed. It all starts with him. He tells her she’ll heal and makes grand promises that she’ll never be a doormat again.

Now, getting lost is the only way she’ll be able to find herself. In this first book of The Island trilogy, Cicily finds out just how delicious getting lost can be.

First of all, Getting Lost is the first book in The Island series, and it’s a novella. It’s been a while since I read erotica, and I forgot how enjoyable it can be. The plot is well-constructed and shows how the heroine gradually lets go of control, and of all her problems. Some parts were skipped over a little too easily though, and there’s definitely no sign of true romance, even though the main character insists being in love with one of the other characters and several secondary characters insist they’ve fallen for her.

Cicily Welling’s life was turned upside down when her parents and little brother passed away in a car accident, and her boyfriend turned out to be cheating on her. She’s been trying to find the pieces of her life back, but it’s been hard. When she gets in touch with someone saying he can help her, he talks about The Island, a place that can help those with emotional problems. Unaware of what she’s signing up for, Cicily leaves for The Island.

The Island however, is kind of like a haven for people who are into bondage, the dom/slave relationship, and all that. It’s all about letting go – of problems, of pain, of control. I was wondering how legal it would be to advertise a place like that with nothing more than saying it’s a place where you can heal and get help for your emotional problems, but either way, it actually works as some sort of catharsis for Cicily.

However, even as the book progresses, she still struggles with giving up control. What follows are some extremely hot scenes, relationships being explored, and the slow struggle for Cicily to give up control and let go of her problems.

The book was written well, and the pacing was fast, but not too fast. I’m still wondering how letting go control will help Cicily deal with her troubles, but I’ll guess we’ll learn more about that in the second book in this series.

There was one thing that annoyed me though. The declarations of love. Cicily falls in love with one of the other characters on the island. He supposedly falls in love with her as well, but so do certain others. It all seems too easily, like “I love you” really means “I’m attracted to you”. The latter would’ve worked great for me, or maybe even “I want you”, or something along those lines, but “I love you?” Doesn’t really fit the bill of what they’re trying to say.

Apart from that, this was an excellent read. I can’t wait to find out what happens next to Cicily.

Book Review: When Dreamers Wake by J.E. and M. Keep

When Dreamers WakeTitle: When Dreamers Wake

Authors: J.E. and M. Keep

Genre: Post-Apocalyptic, Science Fiction, Erotic Romance

Age Group: Adult (18+)

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

The Old Gods have risen and moved on, leaving Earth in ruins.

Leon liked that just fine.
He got along better after the collapse of society, and has his own vision for how things should be run: with him in charge of his own fate, with many lovers beneath him.
Yet when he has a run-in with a beautiful and mysterious woman, his life will never be the same.

In When Dreamers Wake, the apocalypse happened, and the world is left in ruins. Leon is one of the few survivors, and he has to adapt to this new, changing world. It’s not that difficult for him though in this new world. He’s a simple man, with simple needs, and he has his own plan to survive. He wants to start a colony, a new society, and be the ruler with a harem of women beneath him.

The novel is filled with sexual encounters, one even happens in the first ten-or-so pages. Leon doesn’t feel much for these women except desire, with the exception of perhaps Tia. But he’s not afraid to sleep with Tia’s sister, or even have sex with multiple women a day.

That all changes when he meets Adrianna though. He starts developing strong feelings for her, feelings he can barely explain.

I wasn’t that fond of Leon. Maybe because I’m a woman, and the story is rather male-centric, but I didn’t like the way he moved from woman to woman without much commitment. I did like Tia, and I even liked Celia, but Leon…I didn’t really get to know him either. I know how he looks like, what he wants, but his personality remained a mystery for most of the novel. Less sexual counquests, more emotions would’ve worked better for me.

As for the women, Adrianna was by far my favorite character. She had spine, spunk, and wasn’t afraid to say no.

Nevertheless, looking at this book for what it is, the sexual conquests were enjoyable, and the writing is good. It was a pleasant read that even made me laugh at times.