Archive for Kinktastic Reads

Review: Journey to the centre of myself by Andie M Long

Synopsis: FROM THE WRITER OF THE ALPHA SERIES AND BALLS SERIES COMES A STANDALONE ABOUT WOMEN AND RELATIONSHIPS. Two women. Two different paths in life. Amber’s husband is pressuring her to have a baby. Amber wants to have fun. She gives in to her husband, only to find that all is not as it seems. Karen’s marriage is at its end, rocked by grief and lies. Newly redundant, she leaves on a flight to Berlin, to spend time alone and consider her future. Amber is the temp who took over Read more [...]

Review: One Love (Gypsy Brothers #7) by Lili Saint Germain

Synopsis: *The final book in the #1 iBooks bestselling Gypsy Brothers series*   Will Julz complete her mission for vengeance against the Gypsy Brothers? Or is Dornan still one step ahead?   More shocking secrets will come to light and lives will be lost in this final, devastating instalment of the Gypsy Brothers series.   Review: How the hell do I review this book? Leave that with me whilst I think of suitable non spoiler stuff to say.   Until then - bloody Read more [...]

Blog Tour and Review: Sweet Fall by Tillie Cole

  Title: Sweet Fall (Sweet Home #3) Author: Tillie Cole Genre: New Adult Contemporary Publication Date: 26th August 2014 Blog Tour Organised By: Kelly @ Have Book Will Read ABOUT SWEET FALL Goodreads link: Amazon pre-order links: Amazon UK - Amazon US - BLURB From the USA Today Best Selling Sweet Home Series, comes Sweet Fall; a tale of heartache, beating the odds and finding strength Read more [...]

Review: Her Master’s Courtesan by Lily White

Where do you start to review a book like this. It's been banned twice, and to be honest I do understand why in a way as the subject matter is on the list that Amazon doesn't allow. It covers really dark topics, which surely I should shy away from and be disgusted and appalled by. But you know what, this book is so well written you're drawn into the story. You can't help turning the page. I think I hoped that The Master would show some redeeming feature somewhere in the book, but he's incapable Read more [...]

Review: The Siren (The Original Sinners: The Red Years #1) by Tiffany Reisz

What can I say about The Siren that will do this book justice?  This was the first book that I read in this genre that I can truly call Kinktastic!  It grabbed my attention and I couldn't put it down. Nora Sutherlin, teacher and erotic writer by day and Dom and sub by night.  This woman is amazing, she's such a strong character and yet she submits to Soren and you can't help wondering why she puts herself through that brutality, and brutality it is, this is one twisted and dark relationship, Read more [...]
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