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4 Stars for Winter Howl (Sanctuary #1) by Aurelia T. Evans #FFM #Paranormal @PridePublishing

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Title: Winter Howl (Sanctuary #1)
Author Name & Publisher: Aurelia T. Evans (Total-E-Bound Publishing)
Publication Date & Length: December 1st 2012- 237 pages

Synopsis

Torn between shapeshifters who love her and a dangerous, seductive werewolf, will Renee choose to stay safe or run wild?

Renee Chambers, a moderate-level agoraphobe, runs a no-kill dog sanctuary that doubles as a haven for canine shapeshifters. Britt, her best friend who also acts as Renee’s service dog, coaxes an anxious but curious Renee into a romance that has more than a little electricity. With her organisation running smoothly and a girlfriend who loves her, life could be worse.

Then Grant Heath, a rogue werewolf, shows up and turns her safe little world upside down and inside out, with a side of out of control. She knows it s a terrible idea, but when she s with him, she feels different from her tightly wound, controlled self she almost feels normal. He never does anything she doesn t want, but he also doesn’t care how far he pushes her beyond her agoraphobic limitations.

Renee finds herself caught between two different lovers, two different worlds. Should she stay with the shapeshifters and her sanctuary and accept being just an eccentric human being in a supernatural world? Or should she accept Grant’s offer to change her and run with him as a werewolf, violent and bloody, but also fearless?

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fourstars

This book started out a bit odd for me. Then I came to like Grant only to find out that he isn’t all that he appears to be, which made me sad. Plus, I didn’t care for the way it ended. It felt like although there was progress on one front, there was a gaping whole for Renee on the other front.
The plot line is pretty neat though, I’ll give the author that. It was different and interesting to see how Renee learned to open up and grow out of her agoraphobia with the help of Grant.
While I liked the suspense and mystery, I also felt like it was painful at the same time because it felt a bit forced at the same time. Maybe it was because *I* didn’t want it to go that way or maybe not. Hard to say.
Either way the book was very well written and enjoyable so I can’t complain too much.
~Renee

Excerpt

Renee took the last sip from her Samuel Adams and set the finished bottle down next to the first one. She smiled and nodded at Marie, who had come over to take the empty bottles and leave the receipt. There were no words between them. Usually Marie would chat to her customers, but she’d learned when she’d moved to Antoine five years ago that Renee Chambers would not look at her, half of the time wouldn’t talk and the other half of the time would stumble through some painful attempt at conversation. Renee had got better as she’d come to know Marie, but it was still more comfortable for both of them when Renee didn’t try to talk and Marie didn’t try to make her.

Renee left the cash tip on the table, clenched the leash and slid out of the booth. Her legs stiffened when she saw Josh Beall and Marcus Levinson a few booths down. She had not seen them come in, and although she had heard their laughter, she hadn’t recognised it as theirs. She would have to walk by them to leave. The warm body against her leg reassured her, nudged her in the right direction. She took one step, then two. Her knees loosened and let her walk. She instinctively—and fruitlessly—tried to hide in her long, light blue coat.

“…saw her at the supply store getting her checklist squared away,” she heard Josh say.

“What’s it been, two months since she last came down here?” Marcus asked.

“What does she do up there all alone, anyway?” Marcus asked.

“Roswell says she gets a lot of mail,” Josh said. “He says she has help, but I don’t believe it. She wouldn’t let anyone up there. I bet she does it all herself. Completely crazy.”

Renee closed her eyes and breathed in. She was not so egotistical as to believe that everyone in Antoine talked about her, but it was just her luck that she had to walk by these two rubes when they were. Neither was too far into his mug for slurred speech, but they were far enough that they couldn’t gauge their volume.

“Maybe she does porn,” Marcus suggested. “You know, video stuff.”

Josh snorted. “Frigid bitch like her? Don’t think so.” He leaned forward conspiratorially. “Hey, what if we went up—?”

“Hey, Renee,” Marcus said, even more loudly then they had already been speaking. Josh turned around, his scruffy but reasonably attractive face lighting up with a sly grin when he saw her huddled against the booth table behind them.

“Speak of the scared little devil,” he said, raising his glass. “Want a drink? You look a little tense.”

Renee’s eyes darted from Josh to Marcus to Marie to the door. At another nudge to her leg, and she stepped towards the door.

“Yeah, come on, sweetie,” Marcus said, misinterpreting her direction. “We’ll make it worth your while.”

How? Renee thought. By drooling on me and trying to feel me up with all those smooth moves you’ve cultivated over the last ten years? She didn’t say anything, of course, just kept inching along until she finally started past the table.

She lurched forward when Marcus delivered a hearty smack to her ass. It didn’t hurt, but Renee could feel her face start to burn and her chest tighten. At least she could move her legs faster now that she was past them.

“Hey, now, none of that in here,” Marie called from behind the bar. “Have a good day, Renee. Don’t be such a stranger.”

“You always run away,” Josh shouted after her.

“I wonder why,” Renee muttered, her tongue looser now that she was out of the bar and no one was looking at her. “Come on, Britt, one more stop before we go home.”

“Hey, Mommy, can I pet the dog?”

Renee winced at the high frequency of the voice and hoped that the mother would know the appropriate way to answer her child. No such luck.

“Hello, miss. Can my daughter pet your dog?”

Antoine was not exactly a highly populated town, but it had a fair tourist trade, particularly downtown Main Street, which was described in most tourist guidebooks as colourful, cheerful, folksy, and unique. Renee did not know about unique or folksy, but many tourists liked to come by for the ambience. And like most townies, the Antoine population had both respect for tourist dollars and frustration with the tourists themselves.

Especially when tourists did not know a service dog when they saw one.

“I’m sorry, ma’am,” Renee said, emphatically not looking at the woman. That sometimes helped, and the warm feeling of Britt against her leg reassured her. “She’s working.”

“Oh, I’m sorry… Hey, wait, you’re not blind.” The overly polite apology turned into a similarly grating voice of parental annoyance. “If you didn’t want Lisa to pet her, you could’ve just said. There’s no need to lie.”

“I’m not lying,” Renee said. In fact, she was a terrible liar, but that was not the issue at hand. “They do more than help blind people. Please… I need to…”

“Well, that’s just rude, having a dog around when you’re not really blind and then not letting a little girl pet it,” the mother said indignantly.

“I’m sorry. She’s working.” The words came out short and clipped and curt, but Renee was not really that angry. Her throat was just tightening, and she could feel her shoulders curling in.

“Bitch,” the woman muttered under her breath as she grabbed her daughter’s free hand—the girl’s other hand had been playing with Britt’s tail. The little girl was lucky that Britt was an extremely well-behaved dog. The woman led her daughter across the street.

“Good girl,” Renee whispered, rubbing Britt’s ear gently. “Ready to go?”

She barely had to tug the leash in the direction of the grocery store. Britt had a deep bond with Renee, had been with her most of her life and been her service dog for about five years. She could feel where Renee wanted to go.

Renee admired Britt’s beauty beneath the deep green service vest. So many people confused her for a Siberian husky, and Renee understood the mistake. They were both northern sled dogs, but malamutes were bigger, with thicker fur. Britt was a little larger than average, and the darkest parts of her fur—set off by the usual white accents—were almost black. Malamutes were not traditionally service dogs. But Renee had loved Britt since the first time she’d met her, and the feeling had been mutual. There was friendship and respect between them, a connection that she had never managed to make with any of the people at school. It was really no wonder she spent all her time around dogs—she understood them and got along with them so much better than she did with most people.

With Britt in front of her, Renee felt secure in her steps. The sides of her coat hood blocked out her periphery, like blinders on a horse, and she felt a little more confident where she put her feet. Besides, with a large dog like Britt with her—a dog that was occasionally confused for a wolf—she felt more protected. Like a celebrity with a bodyguard, thankfully without the paparazzi.

They made it to the grocery store in about a ten-minute walk. That was what she liked about Main Street. Almost everything was within walking distance, so all she had to do was drive into Antoine, walk around a bit, then drive back home when she was finished, rather than drive from one place to another, and another, and another. Renee was able to stretch her legs after the long drive into town, and certainly Britt needed the exercise as well.

Renee did not need to go to the grocery store often, and she did not necessarily need to go now, which just went to show how much better she had become in public places. But she wanted to get a few treats to tide herself over before all her orders were shipped in. That was actually how she did most of her shopping—online through bulk providers. She had the space, the money and the resources, and most of the things shipped in needed to be shipped in bulk. Besides, it was such a long drive between Antoine and where she lived.

There had been a time right after her father had died when she could not even walk into a grocery store without panicking, a time when she could not walk off her property without feeling everything coming in to crush her, as if the entire world had a force field of inhospitality. That was what each successive building had felt like once she stepped out into the world—like a heavy, unpleasant curtain surrounded each of them, and it would take all her effort to pass through. And sometimes she couldn’t.

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4 Stars for Upside Down by Liz Gavin #F/F #Menage

Upside Down

Title: Upside Down: ‘Powerless’ continues in
Author Name: Liz Gavin
Publication Date & Length: February 12, 2014 – 235pgs

Synopsis

Carol Anne Sullivan is a tough New York stock broker. She’s suffered enough in order to learn a hard lesson – never let love spoil her relationships. Her boyfriends know that rule from the start. She’s domineering and assertive but also faithful and fair while the relationship lasts.

Mark Aikens is Carol’s boyfriend. He’s been in love with her for a while but his submissive side hasn’t allowed him to rebel against her golden rule and to tell her how he feels. Fear of losing her forever might spur him into action.

Cindy O’Rourke has admired Carol from afar. So, she jumps at the opportunity to work for her idol. Little does she know, things will never be the same for her after that job interview.

Carol has been going through a rough patch: world economical crisis, dysfunctional parents, demanding clients, faultyequipment. Without much time for herself, her love life is suffering. So what is the big deal if she fantasizes about a new employee when her boyfriend, Mark, can’t give her what she needs? The big deal is – the new receptionist, Cindy, is a woman who threatens to turn her world upside down.

This is the steamy tale of an unconventional love triangle which should be read with an open mind and an open heart. Sometimes, love comes to our lives in unexpected ways but with such overwhelming power that the best course of action might be to surrender to it.

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FourStars

This was an interesting read. There’s an insistence by the main character, Carol, for emotionally safe sex. She has been having this sort of non-involved relationship with her assistant for two years. And she’s been lying to herself. He is the first to admit to having deeper feelings, and she freaks out. And then there’s the fact that the newly hired receptionist is having an unanticipated effect on Carol’s equilibrium. The feelings Carol is forced to confront change everything. Throw in some secrets from her dysfunctional family that end up being not only eye-opening, but healing as well, and Carol’s life is changed forever.

Truthfully, Carol is a bit shallow in the beginning. It is the people who love her that force her to change and grow. The story itself is good, then add in a lot of hot sex and things get taken up a notch. Carol’s solution to her dilemma is difficult but worth the trouble.

One additional thing: I don’t usually comment on grammar and typographical issues in reviews. There are several points in this book that make it clear that the author isn’t a native speaker. I think she does a fairly good job, although the book would benefit from a native English-speaking editor. The mistakes are noticeable, but easy to overlook, unless you are one of those few who are unable to ignore them.

Amy P.

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5 stars for She Whom I Love (Treading the Boards #2) by Tess Bowery @tessbowery #FMF #Menage #historical #romance #erotica

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Title: She Whom I Love (Treading the Boards #2)
Author Name & Publisher: Tess Bowery (Samhain Publishing)
Publication Date & Length: December 29th, 2015 – 281

Synopsis

Love would be simpler if it came with a script.

Marguerite Ceniza dies on the London stage each night, but her own life has barely begun. The ingénue is on the prowl for a lover, but while she burns with desire for Sophie, a confession could ruin their decade-long friendship. In the meantime there are always men vying to be her patron, and square-jawed, broad-shouldered James Glover can’t help but catch her eye.

Sophie Armand has been a lady’s maid for too long, and she’s sick of keeping secrets. Her hidden scripts and the story of her birth are only the beginning. Her nights are haunted by desperate thoughts of the beguiling Marguerite, and of James, the handsome tradesman who whispers promises of forever into her ear.

James has the kind of problem a lot of men would kill for—two women, both beautiful, both sensual, and both willing. Sophie wants marriage, while Marguerite’s only in it for fun, and choosing between them isn’t easy.

What’s the worst that could happen if he secretly courts them both?

Their romantic triangle is complicated in the most delicious way, until a shadowy figure from Marguerite’s past threatens to destroy the budding relationship—and their lives.

Warning: Contains a lady’s maid with secret desires, a corset-maker who knows his way around a woman’s body, and an actress who never has to fake it.(f/f/m) Rated for adult audiences only.

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FiveStars

This incredibly sexy tale of Sarah/Sophie, Meg and James is a well told story set in Victorian London. I enjoyed the set up of the story, the tantalising titbits of information regarding the three main characters.  The love triangle between them seems doomed to failure and I found it hard to decide which way I wanted it to go.
Jealousy and an intriguing back story have dramatic consequences for all of the main characters and those close to them.  The story flows well and tension mounts more and more as the tale unfolds.  I found myself wondering where on earth the author was taking me.
The depiction of the lives of women in Victorian London was fascinating.  One was either a wife, a servant or out on the streets in some fashion.  I really felt for all of the women depicted.  They really had little choice or control over their lives.
This is a very hot and steamy book and not for the faint-hearted.  It is very descriptive and intense.  I really enjoyed reading it and hope there are more stories to come!
Kitty Kat

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5 and TWO 4 Stars for Escape to the Country by Lily Harlem #Menage #Erotic @Lily_Harlem

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Title: Escape to the Country
Author Name & Publisher: Lily Harlem (Totally Bound)
Publication Date & Length: November 8, 2010 – 45 pgs

Synopsis

When the stress of city living takes its toll on Annie and Tim, a dirty weekend in the country visiting sexy friends proves to be just the antidote.

London life is hard going for Annie and Tim, and despite being in love, they’re just not hitting the spot in the bedroom.
So, in an attempt to put the steam back into their relationship, Tim whisks Annie to the Cotswolds to visit Matt and Jane his uber-cool, sexually liberal friends from University.

As the temperature heats to melting point in the chocolate box cottage so does the sex, and Annie, with the help of her hosts, discovers a variety of hidden carnal desires, not just in herself but also Tim.

Who would have thought he’d be into that? Who would have thought ‘that’ would have her buzzing from head to toe?

Reader Advisory: This book contains Ménage scenes and both M/M and F/F intimacy.

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FiveStars

This was a HOT little piece.. I absolutely loved how sexy and fun and carefree everyone was even though some where new and some had known each other for a bit. That’s what made it so great.
Our main couple joins a couple other people and things nearly immediately take off and show that even though they’d been together a year, there was some spice (and skill) missing in the bedroom.
Another great read by Lily Harlem.. As usual, she never lets me down with her very well written pieces, even though this one was short, it was still excellent and easy to read without any eye rolling or unbelievability to the characters.
Renee
FourStars
As promised, this is a very hot, sexy story. There really isn’t much plot other than the sex. That’s not usually my cup of tea, but I found myself enjoying this. The characters were surprisingly well-drawn for such a short work with an erotic focus.There were some creative liberties taken with various sex acts that would have been unlikely in reality, and a couple of things that made me a little uncomfortable. For example, even though Annie clearly had the option to say no, and she ended up enjoying herself, Tim should have told her ahead of time what they were doing. Also, unless it’s been agreed to ahead of time, performing sex acts on a sleeping person is a no-no. There might be people who would be more bothered by that than I was.

Otherwise, this was a fun read, and I would be willing to read more of Ms. Harlem’s work.

Amy
FourStars
This is a well written, Hot little quickie.

It will keep you turning the pages to see what will happen next or who is doing who next.
 If Tim wanted to Amp up his sex life with Annie Im pretty sure he found a way she will never forget! And it may have made the difference in there relationship
If you are looking for something quick to read that is full of hot and steamy sex this would be the book for you!.
Amber

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4.5 Stars for In The Lounge by Liz Gavin – #Menage #F/F/M #F/F @LizGavin_Author

In the Lounge

Title: In The Lounge
Author Name: Liz Gavin
Publication Date & Length: February 24, 2014 – 42 pgs

Synopsis

Although the names have been changed, this book is a steamier version of parts of a book called ‘Maureen’ also written by Liz Gavin.

Clara’s new Domme and her old Dom have prepared a special surprise for her in this visit to Club Desire. But can she endure the public humiliation at the Lounge? Will she break down or overcome her deepest fears?

*** This 6500- word-erotic short is a stand-alone book intended for adults only! It contains graphic language plus steamy sex scenes involving F/F/M threesomes, public sex, ass play, sex toys, a kinky double dildo, BDSM, humiliation, and lots of spanking.***

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FourandHalfStars

oooh.. Watch out Jenny’s coming out! I loved this installment with the scene between Clara and Jenny… and Sam.
Watching Clara listen to her Dom even when she’s facing her biggest fear is wonderful.
I couldn’t give it five stars though because I felt like if Jenny has never been with a woman before, never been a Domme before she’s a little too knowledgeable for what the situation and her actions.
Another great erotic short from Liz though! I still miss our lovely ghost though.
~Renee

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When I was in Second Grade (just a couple of years ago, really), my teacher told my mother I should start a diary because I needed an outlet for my active and vivid imagination. You see, I was a talkative child who would disrupt her class by engaging my colleagues in endless conversations. I loved telling them the stories my grandfather used to tell me.
I guess the teacher wasn’t a big fan of my stories. Or maybe she preferred a quieter group of students. Either way, my mother bought me a diary and I happily wrote on it for a month or so. Then, I gave it up. I didn’t see the appeal since I was writing for my own enjoyment only. I missed the audience my friends in school provided me. I went back to disturbing my dear teacher’s class.
Since then, I’ve been a hungry reader. I read anything and everything I can get my hands on – from the classics to erotica. And that’s how I got the courage to start writing down some of my naughty fantasies. Nowadays, I’m a writer. I write erotic romances and some erotica, too.
Living in New Orleans improves my creativity tenfold. It’s such a vibrant, gorgeous and wonderful city but NOLA also has a darker, wickeder side that has always captured my imagination.
So, welcome to my world of steamy, sexy Alpha males and naughty, independent women. Add a touch of the paranormal in the presence of some wicked souls and you’ll get the picture.

Sit back, fire up your Kindle and enjoy the ride!

XOXO
Liz Gavin

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4.5 Stars for Take Me to the Domme by Liz Gavin – #Menage @LizGavin_Author

Take me to the domme

Title: Take Me to the Domme
Author Name: Liz Gavin
Publication Date & Length: September 19, 2013 – 40pgs

Synopsis

** DISCLAIMER – Although the names of the characters have been changed, the following book is a steamier versions of parts of another title called ‘Maureen’ by Liz Gavin published earlier. **

When Sam hands Clara over to Jenny, she is shocked and upset. But, like the good sub she is, Clara does as she is told. Only to discover, she might enjoy having a stunning Domme playing with her body. Will Sam be pleased with her?

*** This 6500- word-erotic short is a stand-alone book intended for adults only! It contains graphic language , kinky sex scenes involving a gorgeous Dom, a defiant sub and a hot new Domme, plus lesbian sex, threesomes, ass play, oral skills, double penetration, fingering, sex toys, BDSM, and spanking. Lots of it all!***

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FourandHalfStars

I absolutely loved that we have switched to first person with Clara as we continue on in the story. We get a scene between Jenny and Clara that is steamy and then Sam joins in and turns it into a lovely menage.
Just like with the last installment I have two complaints. In this one we had absolutely no involvement with our lovely ghost that’s been in the last couple stories, which I was disappointed in since I liked him and I would’ve like to seen what Clara’s side was like while having sex with both real and ghostly people. Secondly, I felt like it was entirely too short, which admittedly isn’t really worth knocking a story down for as that’s when the author felt the story came to a close, but as a reader I wanted it to be just a bit longer, but then I suppose I have more novellas that continue on the story.
~Renee

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When I was in Second Grade (just a couple of years ago, really), my teacher told my mother I should start a diary because I needed an outlet for my active and vivid imagination. You see, I was a talkative child who would disrupt her class by engaging my colleagues in endless conversations. I loved telling them the stories my grandfather used to tell me.
I guess the teacher wasn’t a big fan of my stories. Or maybe she preferred a quieter group of students. Either way, my mother bought me a diary and I happily wrote on it for a month or so. Then, I gave it up. I didn’t see the appeal since I was writing for my own enjoyment only. I missed the audience my friends in school provided me. I went back to disturbing my dear teacher’s class.
Since then, I’ve been a hungry reader. I read anything and everything I can get my hands on – from the classics to erotica. And that’s how I got the courage to start writing down some of my naughty fantasies. Nowadays, I’m a writer. I write erotic romances and some erotica, too.
Living in New Orleans improves my creativity tenfold. It’s such a vibrant, gorgeous and wonderful city but NOLA also has a darker, wickeder side that has always captured my imagination.
So, welcome to my world of steamy, sexy Alpha males and naughty, independent women. Add a touch of the paranormal in the presence of some wicked souls and you’ll get the picture.

Sit back, fire up your Kindle and enjoy the ride!

XOXO
Liz Gavin

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4 Stars for Her Favorite Ghost by Liz Gavin – #Menage #F/F/M #M/M/F #M/M/F/F @LizGavin_Author

Her Favorite Ghost

Title: Her Favorite Ghost
Author Name: Liz Gavin
Publication Date & Length: January 5, 2014 – 30 pgs

Synopsis

*** DISCLAIMER – Although the names
of the characters have been changed, this book is a
steamier versions of parts of another title called ‘Maureen’ by Liz Gavin
originally published earlier. ***

Clara continues her explorations at Club Desire.
She has been naughty before but this time Marcel, her kinky ghost lover, might just have ruined everything for her. Will Sam be able to forgive her actions? Is the humiliation of being shared with a stunning Domme too much? Or is she going to discover new things about herself?

*** This 6500- word-erotic short is a stand-alone book intended for adults only! It contains graphic language plus steamy, kinky sex scenes involving a ghost, an alpha male, a young Domme and a beautiful movie star. Plus, threesomes, foursomes, sex toys, ass play, oral skills, first-time lesbian sex, BDSM, and spanking.***

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FourStars

I absolutely loved this addition to Between the Ghost and the Dom. We get to have a menage with two female, a male and a male ghost. Oh yes! I loved the Dom and his dominance of the Clara. Jenny is a unique and surprising but not unwelcome addition for both me and Clara.
I really only had two complaints about the story. Once again I felt like the perspective was a bit odd and confusing at times, which would slow the story down as I tried to figure out where things were going or what exactly was going on. Secondly, I wish we would’ve gotten more interaction with the ghost, Marcel.
~Renee

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When I was in Second Grade (just a couple of years ago, really), my teacher told my mother I should start a diary because I needed an outlet for my active and vivid imagination. You see, I was a talkative child who would disrupt her class by engaging my colleagues in endless conversations. I loved telling them the stories my grandfather used to tell me.
I guess the teacher wasn’t a big fan of my stories. Or maybe she preferred a quieter group of students. Either way, my mother bought me a diary and I happily wrote on it for a month or so. Then, I gave it up. I didn’t see the appeal since I was writing for my own enjoyment only. I missed the audience my friends in school provided me. I went back to disturbing my dear teacher’s class.
Since then, I’ve been a hungry reader. I read anything and everything I can get my hands on – from the classics to erotica. And that’s how I got the courage to start writing down some of my naughty fantasies. Nowadays, I’m a writer. I write erotic romances and some erotica, too.
Living in New Orleans improves my creativity tenfold. It’s such a vibrant, gorgeous and wonderful city but NOLA also has a darker, wickeder side that has always captured my imagination.
So, welcome to my world of steamy, sexy Alpha males and naughty, independent women. Add a touch of the paranormal in the presence of some wicked souls and you’ll get the picture.

Sit back, fire up your Kindle and enjoy the ride!

XOXO
Liz Gavin

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4-5 Stars for The Consumed Series by Felicia Fox – #F/F #F/F/M #Paranormal

When passion and obsession collide, someone has to fall.

Consumed –
Book 1

Felicity has never met someone like Alex before. Alex literally glows from their lovemaking. For the first time, Felicity is in love, but the woman she’s spent the last two months with may not actually be a woman at all. Felicity knows that Alex is something more, but she doesn’t know exactly what. Allowing Alex into her life might be the worst mistake she’s ever made…

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Felicity is falling in love with the other worldly being named Alex. Alex is attempting to say goodbye. Neither really wants to end what they have, but there is something behind Alex needing to leave.

I rather enjoyed this short story. It was sexy and interesting and made me want more. I want to know how Felicity and Alex came to meet for the first time, where they are going and more about the story in general. 

The end leaves us in quite an open spot, cliff hanger of sorts. Although there is a few times where the wording threw me off like ‘This blazing energy that I keep locked inside of me, that I have fought so hard to not expose just surged through me.’ I don’t think that’s really how someone would explain powers that they have. 

However, I can’t wait to jump into the next part of the series and see where it goes

Captive – Book 2

As Felicity falls deeper in love with Alex, she finds herself immersed in Alex’s dark, erotic, succubus world. She and Alex are both in danger as a killer trails their every move. Not even the threat of torture and death can stop their passion when Alex reveals her motives for finding Felicity. Will their love conquer all or will they meet their end at the hands of a madman?

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As I had hoped for, we get to know how Felicity and Alex came to meet and what their first time together was like. We also get to meet Gideon, Alex’s best friend, who ends up being a third with the two women. 

There is a much bigger back story here that I hadn’t expected from the first installment and it rolled out quite nicely in this book. 

There is a difference in the world Alex lives in and the one Felicity is used to, but just when Alex is starting to open up and share some secrets, we find out about the big bad monster in their path. 

Very well written, fast page turning novella. I can’t wait for the third part!

Crave – Book
3

When passion sets your soul on fire.

Object of a deadly obsession, Felicity has been taken by the crazed incubus, Marius. Secrets, lies, and betrayals are mounting against Alex and Felicity. Will their passion and love be enough to keep from breaking Felicity, or will Alex’s world be the end of her?

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We learn about a secret past that Felicity and Alex didn’t know about from Felicity’s Crazy Aunt. It’s interesting to learn what happens with the nightmare from book 2 and who is the insider.

There is a nice little surprise at the end (which I’d been hoping for). I’m hoping it leaves to possibility of another story to follow this one.

It was very well written and I couldn’t put down any of the three books and can’t wait to read more from this author.

Felicia Fox hails from Northern California. She has her Associate’s degree in Applied Sciences, but has always known she wanted to be an author. A lover of arts and crafts, pin up looks, and avid reader, Felicia enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. Consumed, Captive, and Crave is her first published erotica series.

P.S. Felicia Fox is a big fan of drunk Skype 😉

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