Mini-Review: “Sunstone Vol. 3” by Stjepan Sejik

I’m going to keep this review pretty short, as I don’t have much to say about Sunstone Vol. 3 that hasn’t already been said in my reviews of the first two volumes. Quick synopsis of the series: Ally and Lisa are two women who meet online, become friends, and begin a BDSM relationship. Sunstone isn’t like the trainwreckRead more

Double Feature: “The Prince” and “The Mistress” by Tiffany Reisz

I’m doing this thing where I start writing reviews for all of the books I’ve read in the past two months when I’ve been busy with work things and moving and life getting in the way of my blog, and I’ve got a confession to make.  I don’t actually remember exactly where The Prince (book 3 ofRead more

Mini-Review: “The Angel” by Tiffany Reisz

  Note: This review contains spoilers from The Siren. Famed erotica writer Nora Sutherlin has returned to Soren, the Dom that she spent the past book pining over.  There’s only one problem: he’s actually a priest, so there’s no way the two of them could ever have a “normal” relationship.  And because Soren is extremelyRead more

Review and Giveaway: “Joy Street” by Laura Foley

  The Land of Happy Sometimes all this grinning feels so strange, I just lie on the porch doing nothing energetic, just lolling on the sun-warmed wood, letting the dogs lick my face, while the din of loneliness fills other ears Joy Street by Laura Foley is a collection of poems that eloquently capture momentsRead more

“The Siren” by Tiffany Reisz

“I know people think erotica is just a romance novel with rougher sex.  It’s not.  If it’s a subgenre of anything, it’s horror.” “Horror? Really?” “Romance is sex plus love.  Erotica is sex plus fear.  You’re terrified of me aren’t you?” “Slightly,” he admitted, rubbing the back of his neck. The Siren by Tiffany ReiszRead more

“Love Minus Eighty” by Will McIntosh

  Love Minus Eighty is a futuristic story that describes the love lives of a handful of intersecting characters.  Mankind has developed the technology to revive the dead provided that their bodies are frozen shortly after their deaths.  Of course, this technology is prohibitively expensive for people without resurrection insurance, which is most of theRead more