Fun Books

DIRTY LOVE by Lacey Savage
Publisher: Amber Heat                dirty-love5
Enjoyed by Lisa Troy

Forty-four-year-old Isabel Warren lives in a future society where it’s forbidden by law for women over forty to make love. Human kind has to be protected by the dangerous virus, a coupling of that nature would unleash. That doesn’t stop Isabel from wanting, needing, lusting. She’s still a vibrant woman who’s been denied physical pleasure for far too long-society’s edicts be damned. If only she was that selfish to put humanity at risk, so she could satisfy her body’s desires…

Enter Connor Flynn and Trevor Jones, two enigmatic men bound to free Isabel’s caged sexuality. Tired of subtle courtship, they double-team her. The temptation they pose is too big for Isabel to resist. She thinks she’s ready to pay the price if need be. But is she?

Mrs. Savage’s storytelling is breathtaking. Starting at the present, which is almost the end of the story, she hooks the reader with Isabel’s despair and desolation, teases him with past things the reader has yet to read and leaves him no choice but to keep scrolling down. Next, she jumps back in time to the beginning of the story (an ironic little twist if you consider who Flynn and Trevor are), showing the deep connection the three heroes share, making the reader sympathize and root for them, all the while knowing this connection will be brutally severed. The sex scene is evocative, full of emotions and desires, not to mention sexy as hell.

Right before the end, she flings back to the present and takes the reader for a ride that will leave no one untouched. Will there be a HEA or is that too much to ask from the future?

FIRE IN HIS EYES by Stella and Audra Price
Enjoyed by Susan Hanniford Crowley                  fire20in20his20eyes20tease20large1-21

Wow! This was my first time reading a demon book, succubus no less, and wow! I’ve read other demon novels since and FIRE IN HIS EYES is my standard that other authors must reach for. My mouth dropped open and stayed that way through most of this book. The main character Alcyone is a succubus and nightclub owner. This demon is just raring for excitement, and it arrives in the form of a mysterious lover, who insists on her being blindfolded. What is he trying to hide? Char, is a Fire elemental and one of the last dragons in Eververse. He worships Alcyone from a far, getting closer all the time. But can he have her? Demons and dragons can not supposed to ever mix. Ever? Never. You know what they say about never. This is one of the books I use as my HOT measure. OUCH. I’ve got to run for ice. You’ll want to read FIRE IN HIS EYES right away. It will keep you warm even in a cold climate.

Enjoyed by Susan Hanniford Crowley

OMG, I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed this book. The main character Christy is beaten by her estranged husband and lies near death in the hospital surrounded by her friends. The way they save her life is amazing. But, and there’s always a but, Cristy’s life is still in danger and the evil that threatens her, threatens them all. Normally warring factions of were, vampire, and fey must join forces, but can they put their differences aside? In the midst of finding love and new abilities, Christy must overcome her growing fear. An excellent adventure throughout making you want more. The scenes are tender but intense.

Warning: There is explicit sex, graphic language, and menage a trois in this book.

Enjoyed by Susan Hanniford Crowley

This is by far my favorite book. The heroine Elvi doesn’t know how she became a vampire and takes her cue from some of the Dracula movies. Of course, this is hilarious fun for the vampires who meet her and find her sterotypical concepts more than funny and have to teach her real vampire ways. At the same time, either Elvi or one of her newly acquired vampire friends is in grave danger. 😉 Yes, pun intended. But which one and why? It doesn’t make sense that anyone would want to kill Elvi, as the entire town loves her or so she believes. This is a vampire novel that is intensely romantic and at the same time guilty of bringing on hysterical giggles.

Enjoyed by Susan Hanniford Crowley

This book held me captive from the first page. First of all it’s a science fiction romance, which I never knew existed, but I’m so glad it does. There’s nothing like swashbuckling in space by a great women warrior. When Devona takes off after a huge fight with her husband, she doesn’t know they’re all in huge trouble from the warring factions of two planets. The story heats up in more ways than one. Absolutely delicious.

This is the second book in the series. Now I desperately need the first book. I don’t know what I’ll do. Until then, I can’t recommend this book enough.

6 Responses to Fun Books

  1. kiramarks says:

    If Lisa recommends a book, it must be good. 😉 Always up for a good sci-fi erotic. Thanks!

    And Sweeter Than Wine has been on the list for a while too.

    Not enough hours in the day, is there?

  2. Beth Kery says:

    Nice review, Lisa. It doesn’t surprise me a bit you stayed up until all hours to read a Lacey book. 🙂

  3. Aileen says:

    You know, I don’t read sci-fi/futuristic either, but two of the hottest reads in my ebook reader (I can’t delete them!) are sci-fi/futuristic. I’ll have to write up a review to share. One in particular…hot enough to singe your eyelashes!

  4. Amy says:

    LOL Lisa! You can never go wrong with a Lacey book! Great blog, looking forward to seeing more from you.

  5. Debbie says:

    Great job, Lisa. Great job. You’ve convinced me.

  6. Dee says:

    Hey Geek,

    Damn good job. Really! But I knew it would be because you’re a good writer.

    Give me a tug some time


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