Warning for Spiral of bliss lovers from Nina Lane. This is not a romance, it’s erotica.
Ever have had fantasies about a stern character you wanted toWarning for Spiral of bliss lovers from Nina Lane. This is not a romance, it’s erotica.
Ever have had fantasies about a stern character you wanted to please, a twisted man you couldn’t help but to get aroused in spite of him being nasty to you, or a caring and gentle one? It goes without saying all three are different but gorgeous and well endowed. In this book you’ll find the three together.
The fantasy is set. The leading female character, Lidia, is not a pleasing one. She agrees to enslave herself because she has done some kind of financial crime. Preston, the nasty one, remembers her as being haughty, full of herself and disdaining. She is like a world away from Livy in Arouse. But I feel that this is what makes this novel believable. It wouldn’t make any sense with Liv’s character.
Kate Summers is supposedly a lady, a socialite, polite at all times. The story begins when she goes to meet her mail-ordered-husband.
In spite of beinKate Summers is supposedly a lady, a socialite, polite at all times. The story begins when she goes to meet her mail-ordered-husband.
In spite of being a lady, she doesn’t seem at bit conflicted with her life in spite of having been ostracized by her peers (this happens in 1864), after having had an affair with a married man. In fact, in the first conversation with her future husband, in page 14, she states “to hell with what they (people) think”.
I finished my reading in page 15, when she decides, after shaking Rya’ns hand that she likes him, because “she was a great judge of character, and as she looked him over, her heart skipped a bit”, yes, that’s why she had an affair with the married man who left her. Kate’s character was so inconsistent and shallow that honestly, I didn’t care to see her having monkey-sex with two studs. ...more