Third and last foray into Nix’s world, and this time it’s with a straight-on erotica novel. Given the setting, I’m going to do something I seldom do and split my review into two parts: technical and personal.
The Witch of Rosemary Lane is the second book Nix sent me. Once again it’s erotica with a plot, and therefore it’s very much welcome! 😀 I don’t mind below-the-waist action if it’s integrated into a believable context, I mean.
Out in the Night is based on an interesting, believable plot I could sink my teeth into, and that detail alone is worth 2 stars—I’m not even kidding here.
BIL follows the adventures of a dom, Dante, and his sub, Cassidi. They meet at a BDSM club, sparks fly, and then the sexily ever after doesn’t happen. Ops? Erotica is pretty straightforward, but there’s character growth in here, something I always like to see in a book.
After a short hiatus from reading (and doing anything that didn't involve my job, actually), here I am with a new review. Truth be told, I've added this book to my TBR pile in March, after the author, James Fuller, asked me if I was interested in reading one of his stories. We talked a bit on Twitter, and he suggested this one based on my reading preferences. The blurb intrigued me, so here's my honest review of Until Death Do Us Part.