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Review of ‘Forbidden Genie’

Review of ‘Forbidden Genie’

by Tori Dean

reviewed by Reed James

Isabella is a genie princess about to marry Prince Michael, a man she has no interest in marrying. But there are rules. All three of her older sisters have married their arranged princes, and now it is her turn. But when her younger sister, who loves Michael, hatches a plan to have the man she loves, Isabella finds herself locked in her lamp and thrown into the sea.

Luckily for Isabella, she’s found nearly a year later by Edward and his dog. Now Isabella has her chance to live her own life and find her own love. With Edward’s help, she begins to explore her new life. All she has to do is wait a few months for her younger sister to marry Michael.

But will she get that time as she falls in love with Edward?

Forbidden Genie is a sweet romance, light on the sex, but full of innocent and joyful love. Isabella has her chance to find the happiness she craves instead of the life her parents are forcing on her. I was little disappointed on how little her being a genie impacted the plot. Was hoping for a bit more magic in the story. These genies are quite technically involved, but she does have her three wishes.

Dean does an excellent job penning a short, sweet romance, using the genie angle to add obstacles lacking for characters in the normal world (how many princess, even today, are in arranged marriages they can’t get out of?).

If you like short, sweet HEA romances, especially with a touch of magic, than you will enjoy Forbidden Genie

I give ‘Forbidden Genie’ 4.5 of 5 lamps! At $0.99, ‘Forbidden Genie’ will warm your eReader up with its romantic story. You can buy it at Amazon!

Check out Tori Dean’s Amazon Author Page for more romance, follow her on twitter @ToriDean_247 and like her on Facebook.

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Review of ‘The Haircut’

Review of ‘The Haircut’

by Lusty Soul

reviewed by Reed James

At Lusty Soul’s request, Spoiler Warning!

d4c5cc2d85be008c1967edd984aac47d611b32eb-thumbLucy the succubus is back for another story. This time, she has the hots for the sexy, young woman that cuts her hair.  Elbe isn’t Lucy’s normal girl, but the bisexual succubus is eager to find out what makes Elbe so special.

When Lucy finds out, she is thrilled. Elbe is everything Lucy needs in a partner, and she’s not about to let go even when Elbe’s uptight, religious brother comes around causing problems. Lucy will fight to keep her relationship with Elbe.

While the author bills this as an erotic story, it is really more of a transgender romance. A short one, but one that is very sweet and touching. The author wants to play coy about who the trans person is, but don’t let the surprise shock you. Go with the story and let yourself be sucked in by Lusty Soul’s excellent writing.

I give it 4.5 out 5 sexy haircuts. The Haricut will deliver a delicious surprise to your eReader!

You can buy The Haircut from Amazon and Smashword, Check out Lusty Soul’s Amazon Author page for my spicy reads, and like her on Facebook, check out her blog, and follow her on twitter @LustySoul.

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Review of ‘Ecstasy in Chaos’

Review of ‘Ecstasy in Chaos’

by Lilith K. Duat

reviewed by Reed James

B019LQAIX2.01.LZZZZZZZIn the ancient past, there were once two Aphrodites, Ourania and Pandemos. Each over saw different aspects of love and lust, but neither seemed complete. The goddess felt they should merge, become one being, but who should be the dominate? Ourania or Pandemos?

A game is devised, oversaw by Athena the virgin goddess. Names would be randomly drawn from a helmet and the goddesses would take turns proving which form of love is best.

What follows is a series of erotic scenes catering to all wants and desires. Lilith mixes real mythology with steamy erotica, expanding on the world introduced in Balance in Chaos. There is something for everyone from guy-on-guy, lesbian, cuckolding, threesomes, and more. Each erotic scene is its own story of love and lust carefully crafted by Lilith, who is a master at squeezing out every ounce of passion from a scene.

My favorite was the lesbian scene. It is hot stuff. I won’t spoil the players, but it is one steamy read.

As always, Lilith manages to interject heart into her stories that keeps you reading and excited. The story and scenes build to an amazing crescendo! For fans of Balance in Chaos, this book serves as a prequel, tying into that tragic tale.

I give it 4.5 out of 5 nubile goddesses! You can pick up Ecstasy in Chaos for  $2.99.

I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

You can buy Ecstasy in Chaos from Amazon and Amazon CA. Check out Broken Wings Media’s website, check out the Goodsread page, and follow on twitter @BWMSocial

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Review: Good Pussy, Bad Pussy in Captivity

Good Pussy, Bad Pussy in Captivity

by Amy Aimee

reviewed by Reed James

Good Pussy Bad Pussy in Captivity coverRachel is enjoying her new life. She is with Albert and their new daughter. Their love is fresh and new. When Albert wants to get married, Rachel is resistant despite the advantages of marrying a billionaire. But when Albert goes to the middle east, Rachel will regret that decision.

A terrorist group attacks and kidnaps Albert, plunging Rachel into grief. For months, she waits for news while the negations for his release grow less and less promising.  Soon, only Vincent, the CEO of Albert’s company, is talking to the terrorist.

But Vincent wants something from Rachel. If she doesn’t submit to his desires, he won’t pay the ransom to free Albert. Rachel is only Albert’s girlfriend. She has no authority in his company, and even teh house she lives in isn’t hers. Rachel is trapped in her own captivity as she discovers pleasure in being forced by a man she loathes.

Will Rachel’s sacrifice ensure Albert’s release?

Amy captures the paralyzing despair of tragedy. The book is full of sex, and Rachel finds pleasure even in the worst situation, much to her horror. You find yourself rooting for her as she does what she has to for the man she loves. I will say ,the later half at the retreat dragged the story for me. Once again, Rachel runs off and abandons her kids as she did in the first book, but it is not nearly as selfish this time as she is struggling with real issues. All in all, i enjoyed it more than first book. Amy has improved as an author.

I give it 4.5 out 5 stars. The book keeps you reading as you hope for Amy and Albert’s reunion. Do they get their happy ending? You’ll have to read Good Pussy, Bad Pussy in Captivity to find out!

I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review!

You can buy Good Pussy, Bad Pussy at Amazon, and check out Amy’s website and follow her on twitter @AmyAimee14.

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Review of ‘The Disturbia Ritual’

Review of ‘The Disturbia Ritual’

by Lilith K. Duat and Maria DeLynn

reviewed by Reed James

B0164KLJ90.01.LZZZZZZZCorvus is a broken, grieving man. His wife has died in a tragic car accident and he can’t move past her. Night after night, he contemplates jumping to his death to see Ava again.

But he knows that Hell awaits him.

One night, a strange woman appears, a porcelain ballerina with the head of a candy calavera (Mexican skull candy). Midnight is beautiful, enchanting, and ushers in an erotic night. At the end, she promises to reunite him with his wife if he does four tasks for her.

Corvus agrees and Midnight pricks him with a poisoned needle and he falls into the strange afterlife of Disturbia. There, he must service four women to win Midnight the four keys she needs.

The Disturbia Ritual is a darkly erotic and macabre tell of love and hope. Lilith and Maria make the disturbed sexy, feeling every page with passion and loss. Each character is broken in their own ways and looking to feel once again.

Lilith and Maria have penned another great story. They make you feel for their characters and keep you reading. What will happen when Corvus finishes his task. Will he be reunited with his wife?

I give it 5 out of 5 deathly gigolos! You can pick up The Disturbia Ritual for  $1.50.

I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

You can buy The Disturbia Ritual from Amazon and Amazon CA. Check out Broken Wings Media’s website, check out the Goodsread page, and follow on twitter @BWMSocial

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How hot is… ‘Seduced by the Siren’

How hot is… ‘Seduced by the Siren’?

by Colleen Little

reviewed by Reed James

 

colleen little sirenLeah has always loved the sea. For the last year she had lived on the beach often hearing a sad, lonely song. One night, feeling lonely and depressed, Leah decides to head to the beach and go for a swim. The singer is out, and her song is even louder and more haunting. Everything changes when Leah meets the source.

Leah didn’t expect to meet a sexy siren (who is definitely not a mermaid, despite having a fish tail). The pair are drawn together, both reaching out for companionship. Leah is in for a night of passion in the arms of a sexy siren.

Colleen Little builds Leah’s sense of loneliness, making you excited when she makes a connection with Amalia, siren. Their passion is hot. Colleen puts you into Leah as she  is lost to the siren’s touch. The pair make naughty love!

I give it 4.5 out 5 sensuous songs. At 0.99, Seduced by the Sirens will bewitch your eReader into a night of lesbian passion.

I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

Available from Amazon! Check out Colleen Little’s profile on Dark Hollow Press and follow her publisher on twitter @darkhollowsprs for more naughty tales!

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Review of ‘Balance in Chaos’

Review of ‘Balance in Chaos’?

by Lilith K. Duat and Maria DeLynn

reviewed by Reed James

 

BiC_Cover_Kindle2War has descended to Egypt. Alexander the Great has brought his Greeks to conquer the mystical lands. Chaos rains on the battlefield, and Anup (better known as Anubis) is overwhelmed by the number of souls flooding into his domain. Wanting to discover the source, he finds the Greek goddess Discordia spreading chaos and causing death.

What starts as a verbal argument turns sexual as the sensual Discordia awakens unfelt desires in Anup. Discordia is changed by Anup, a love growing between them. But when the Egyptian god of chaos, Seth, discovers their affair, he exposes their illicit congress to the Greek gods.

Zeus is not pleased, and tragedy follows.

Balance in Chaos is a story of love, redemption, grief, death, suffering, and hope all mixed together in the story of Discordia and Anup. This short novella took me on a whirlwind of emotions from the tenderness of Anup’s healing to the final moments the story.

Lilith and Maria have penned a story that while dealing with gods and mythology (and quite cleverly the way the weave different tales) but yet feels so real.

I give it 5 out of 5 broken antlers! You can pick up Balance in Chaos for  $2.99.

I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

You can buy Balance in Chaos from Amazon and Amazon CA. Check out Broken Wings Media’s website, check out the Goodsread page, and follow on twitter @BWMSocial

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Review of ‘Louie & Louie’

Review of ‘Louie & Louie’?

by Damien Osborne

reviewed by Reed James

 

Louie & LouieLouie is a PI with two personalities. One is an intelligent man, always calculating and thinking, examining people’s motives. The other is obsessed with sex. Louie works out of the Den: “an urban palace of lust, vice and black-market deals.” The Den is run by the beautiful and brutal Miss Desiree, who is not afraid to break knees if you violate her rules.

When Karla (with a K) walks in, asking for his help to find her friend, things happen. Her friend likes to drink with a woman named dJenga Dunsloe. After Karla is revealed to be  a cop, Miss Desiree reveals that dJenga is in the club.

This is where things get weird. How weird, read to find out.

I found Louie & Louie to be a mixed back. I found the beginning to be intriguing. When Karla walks in, Louie’s internal dialogue as he both tries to dissect Karla and her phony acting while also interrupted by the comments of the other Louie worked well, but then the second act introduced five new characters.

It’s an intriguing setting, but the short story is too rushed to develop either the setting or the characters well enough. There is sex with some interesting descriptions, and Louie multiple-personality character is great, but he does very little, if anything, to resolve the story, acting as a by-standard in his own tale.

I give it 3 out of 5! You can pick up Louie & Louie for  $1.99.

I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

You can buy Louie & Louie from Amazon, Amazon UK, and Amazon CA. Like Damien on facebook and follow him on twitter @mugglefx.

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Review: Meeting Jenna-A Transsexual Erotic Romance

Meeting Jenna

by Alex Lockhead

reviewed by Reed James

 

jennamedium2James is at a World Cup party when he meets Jenna. She’s eighteen, hot, and playful. Chemistry sparks between them. As the party goes on, James finds himself drawn to her. He makes his move, kissing her in an out of the way area.

But Jenna has a secret. She’s transgendered. She was born a guy and still has something extra packed beneath her skirt. She’s ready for James to freak out, but he shocks her with their acceptances.

But will James feel the same after they make love? Will he reject her for being a freak? Or will he love her for who she is and not who she was?

Meeting Jenna is a sweet romance. Jenna and James are a fun couple. They have a great chemistry together before they even get to the sex. Guy on transgendered is not a kink I particularly like, but if that’s your thing, then you’ll find the sex to be hot and satisfying.

I think the strengths are the conversations. It’s fun to read the flirty, playful banter between James and Jenna, and Verity, James’s matchmaker friends, adds her own charm.

I give it 4.5 out 5 humming. For $2.99, Meeting Jenna: A Transsexual Erotic Romance will teach your eReader to appreciate a person’s true self.

I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

You can buy Meeting Jenna from Amazon, Amazon UK, Smashword, All Romance Ebooks, Bookstrand, iTunes, and iTunes UK. Check out Alex’s Amazon Author Page and follow him on twitter @Alex_Lockhead

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Review of ‘Ruse’

Review of ‘Ruse’?

by Kaley Copely

reviewed by Reed JamesRuse Cover3

Asta is a rich, snobby, sorority bitch.

She is hot and uses her body to get what she wants. She’s selfish and vindictive. When someone calls her a whore in public, her embarrassment demands redress. She has no idea who called her whore, so she decides to take down the most goody-two shoe woman in her sorority. Shae is a virgin, so she decides to get Bryson to seduce her, pop her cherry, and dump her.

Bryson wants Asta. When she promises herself to him if he sleeps with Shae, whom Asta claims has a massive crush on him and wants so badly to lose her virginity to the handsome man, he agrees. Bryson has long wanted Asta, pining after her in secret. As he begins his seduction, new feelings stir in Asta.

Jealousy of Shae. Sometimes ruses can backfire.

Kaley Copely writes an interesting romance. Asta is very unlikable, superficial and catty, but at the end, whens he realizes something about Bryson, she changes. Kaley has a great writing style, getting into both of Asta and Bryson’s head. The sex is steamy and passionate and the ending will be enjoyable for fans of romance.

I give it 4 out 5 charity auctions. You can by Ruse for $0.99 from Amazon. If you’re looking for some nice writing, great characterization, and an interesting romance, than you’ll enjoy Ruse!

I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

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