SERIES: My Stalker
SERIES PLACEMENT: #1
AUTHOR: Lola White
AGE GROUP: Adult
GENRE: Dark Erotic
RELEASE DATE: June 12, 2015
PAGES: Approx. 100
COPY PROVIDED BY: Author
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RATING: DNF (Did Not Finish)
A dark erotic tale of lust and lies, and a truth more dangerous than the ecstasy she discovers in her stranger’s bed.
My girlfriend wanted me to have one last fling with a man before we took our relationship to the next level. When my stranger stole me away and gave me pleasure beyond anything I’d ever known, I thought it was all her idea. But my stranger wasn’t what I thought he was.
AJ isn’t ashamed to admit she’s a lover of many things—men, women and various combinations thereof. She’s a free spirit with a rough past that left her with a need to be taken care of, in spite of her trust issues. For the first time in her life, AJ is ready to commit to one person, but her girlfriend isn’t certain that AJ can be faithful and suggests one last fling to make sure she’s ready for a future together.
When AJ feels a man’s strong arms wrap around her in the dark, and hears her girlfriend’s pet name for her fall from his lips, she willingly submits to her stranger—and only finds out how dangerous he is after it’s too late to stop her addiction to the pleasure he gives her.
Warning: This story is dark erotica and contains situations that may be uncomfortable for certain readers, including Stockholm Syndrome, minor knife play, bondage, anal sex and fisting.
MY REVIEW...Reviewers Note: My Stranger is an Adult, Dark Romance written by Lola White. I was gifted a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review through Once Upon An Alpha.
I was excited to start this one as I’d heard great things about it. But at about the 55% mark, I decided this book just wasn’t for me. I love sexy, erotic, dark, thrilling and disturbing reads, so I knew this one would be right up my ally. And there was nothing particularly wrong with the book, it just wasn’t for me. The plot was interesting and the content didn’t upset me in the least, however, I just couldn’t connect with the characters. I couldn’t connect with the story and I was struggling with moving forward with the read. I don’t usually list a book as a DNF, but sometimes when you just aren’t feeling it, you have to move on and that was what I did with this book.
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