Review: THE ANATOMY OF JANE (WJM #1) by Amelia LeFay

This novel was the first (non-fanfiction) three-way erotica I’ve read, and it both met and failed my expectations in different ways and on different levels. I absolutely don’t regret purchasing this ebook. But I’m not sure whether I will be purchasing the sequel, despite the fact that this book ends on a ridiculous cliffhanger (oneContinue reading “Review: THE ANATOMY OF JANE (WJM #1) by Amelia LeFay”

Review: “No One On Earth” by Jennifer Loring

Disclaimer: This review is of a novella that is part of the Starstruck Holidays anthology; due to time constraints, I am only able to review one installment of the anthology at this time. The author and I attended the same graduate program and have assisted each other with promotional work in the past. She provided meContinue reading “Review: “No One On Earth” by Jennifer Loring”

Review: HIDDEN DESIGN: THE PROPHECY by Tia Tormen & C.K. Stone

Sex sells. Everyone knows that. Marketing professionals especially know that. But does the inclusion of sex necessarily make something better? Erotica has become more mainstream in popular fiction within the past few years and can make any genre book more appealing to the right audience. In some cases, however, the sexual element can detract fromContinue reading “Review: HIDDEN DESIGN: THE PROPHECY by Tia Tormen & C.K. Stone”

Review: BREAK THROUGH THE ICE by Rachell Nichole

Disclaimer: The author is a friend of mine. However, I purchased this ebook for full price. This was a well-written novella that I found particularly humorous to read as an urban fantasy author myself. There is a certain amount of wish-fulfillment that I couldn’t help but enjoy, considering the author main character is getting prettyContinue reading “Review: BREAK THROUGH THE ICE by Rachell Nichole”

Review: TO SIR by Rachell Nichole

Disclaimer: I am friends with the author; however, I purchased this novel at full price. This was my second official foray into the erotica genre–this time, without the cushion of the paranormal to root me in something familiar! I also normally stay far, far away from novels where the protagonist is also an author. However,Continue reading “Review: TO SIR by Rachell Nichole”