The Para-Portage of Emily - by author Muffy Wilson (book review) by Books and some books Posted by Panda-chan on Thursday, February 25, 2016.
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Emily Macque, a young, beautiful junior partner in her father’s law firm, is but a heartbeat away from love or destiny. Duty brings Emily to a frozen Island estate two-hundred and fifty miles north of Chicago. Devotion requires she delve into the property history to settle an estate probate. Death lures her into the arms of the shadows seduction created by the flickering light and dark shadows.
What flames the timeless passions spanning the decades? Love, desire or obsession
Colin Jorgenson, once a Great Lakes mariner, is a strong man haunted by love and loss. How long will he return each night, gripped by desire, hoping to find the woman he has loved for a century?
Beneath the pristine Island beauty, passions hungered, lingered in the ardent darkness. His passions, fueled by decades of loneliness and longing, could no longer be denied. Will they face eternity together or love in secret as dark things are to be loved between the shadows and the soul?
This book is just brilliant and so damn good. I was hooked in the story within a few pages and I just couldn't stop reading the book. It was impossible to put it down when you have started. The story is very well written and unfolds very nicely for the reader. It drags you in and keeps you spellbound.
their is a nice mix between paranormal, romance and mystery in the book and you can see that Muffy Wilson combinds them very well in this book. I must say that just the way of combinding things into one book is what makes this book so good. It is not pure anything more than pure awesome.
I like how the story is told and how the book is written. The style and tone is very well done and the tone of the language and how the language is used to drag the reader in, is what makes the book so good. Emily is also a very entertaining character that I like a lot and at first I was unsure about her but the more I got to know her the better I liked her. The character development and how they grow and changes in the book is also very nice and very well done. You can see the character changing and growing in the story and how they react to things in the story to a good way.
This is a must to read book because it is very well written with a very good storyline that is easy to follow but still gives you surprises. I just LOVE LOVE LOVE this book and I love it so much that I need to get it as a paperback.
Books and some more books review of Moonbeams of Unintended Consequences by author Muffy Wilson.
Posted by Panda-chan on Thursday, February 25, 2016.
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SHE, young, educated - a woman of substance - wore a flowing, form-fitted white gown that tumbled in silken folds and revealed her breath in the soft rise of her alabaster breasts. Her eyes reflected an emerald depth as her heartbeat declared the rhythm of her life in her temples. The fragrance of a white gardenia, nestled in the curves of her auburn curls, announced her arrival as she glided elegantly to her aisle and settled, like a dove, into her corner seat.
HE, a towering self-assured giant of a black man, chest broad and arms outstretched in opulent black leather, was majestic. Dark mahogany eyes locked irresistibly onto her and declared his desire. His full baritone filled the opera house with harmony and the musical seduction began.
His hypnotic gaze met her heated blush with hunger.
THAT insatiable night wove them irretrievably together, locked in a magnetic embrace riding moonbeams of passion and ribbons of desire. Would the seeds of love planted that night, a decade earlier, prove strong enough to bear her life and death struggle?
Would the only man she could turn to help, as the secrets of the past reveal her betrayal?
I really enjoyed reading this book because it is very well written and has a very good storyline. I like the mix of romance and erotica in this book. The language is good and it helps to drive the story and as a reader I appreciate a good language in a book.
The characters in this book is very well written and felt so real and awesome. I could easy connect with the characters in the book on so many levels. I liked the development of the characters in the book, you can see and feel how they grow along with the story and you see them grow.
If you like romance and erotic novels BUT with a great story, then this is a book you would love and should read. The book is really great and it has ended up on my wishlist because I want it as a paperback. This is how good I think the book is.
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Book Review: Jack and the Magical Beanstalk by Pablo Michaels
Posted by GGR-Review | Feb 21, 2016 | 4.5 Star, Erotica, Fantasy, HEA, Menage - MMM, MM Book Reviews,Novelette (35-49 pages), Romance, Sunday Shorts - 75 pages or Less | 0 |
This is not your childhood fairy tale and it really doesn’t belong in any nursery. This is an adult retelling of Jack and the Beanstalk the classic we all grew up with. The author made the story his own, even though the general idea is the same, in the slimmest of words, this author did a really good job of re imagining.
This is where I think the author excelled in this story. It FELT like a Fairy Tale, it was 1-dimensional, the cadence of the story was very quick, the words were meant to carry the story forward. The author didn’t need to have the characters develop in front of our eyes, we were just told and that is the way it was.
This is true erotica from cover to cover, from the way the beans are transferred to Jack, to the Beanstalk, even the Giants that live above the clouds along with the group of human sized characters that do not wear clothes that share in that same World. The sex was plentiful and let’s just say that Jack is good at Oral.
A delightful story that takes you into a fantasy world for a short time that will leave you smiling.
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Juliet B. Madison's Review of One Man Crusade : DCI Miller 1: Manchester Has A New Serial Killer by author Steven Suttie
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Powerful compelling crime drama...
By Juliet B Madison on 21 Feb. 2016
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Someone is killing paedophiles in Manchester. No great loss to society one might think, and in the context of this story you’d be right. It takes a while for the police to make the connection that the victims are all paedophiles and once they do they realise that catching him is not going to be easy. When the killer becomes a media celebrity, stirring up public feeling and speaking out against the authorities and their ineffective punishments for, and monitoring of, paedophile activities they realise that things will be harder still.
DCI Andrew Miller is the youngest of his rank in recent history, but he soon learns that higher ranks are doing their level best to prevent him catching this killer, citing the old chestnut of budget cuts etc. Fuelled by his anger, Miller continues to investigate.
Steven Suttie has penned a really explosive novel that goes deep into the nitty-gritty of police station politics and probes the depths of the emotive effective of crime on the general public. Few police procedurals ever go that deep. He tells the story with evocative prose and dialogue so that you can feel the emotion rising off the page. Suttie’s characterisation is also vivid and explores both working and personal relationships with a depth and sensitivity rare in this kind of fiction.
This book is a must for fans of Manchester-based crime fiction. For authors of the same, this book is a warning. This is good writing, crime fiction at its best and you could learn a lot from it. I am already reading the second DCI Miller book.
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