[Review] Disgusting, Beautiful, Immoral by Guy New York


Nobody has ever loved a woman the way Brent and I loved Kelly.

I met her first, and for a while, I thought that mattered. We hooked up at a party, crawled into bed a few days later, and before I knew it she was calling me Daddy as we did everything filthy thing we could dream up. The time after college was the most messed up fuck-fest of a summer I have ever had, and it didn’t stop there.

But love comes in different packages, and when Brent finally came back to the city everything changed in an instant. Maybe it was the first time I undressed her in front of him while our roommates watched, or maybe it was that early morning when he parted her legs as I lay next to them on the bed. Whatever it was, the three of us were thrown into a love that couldn’t be defined or controlled no matter how hard I tried.

Messy, glorious, and hot as hell, Disgusting Beautiful Immoral is a kinky thrill ride through New York City just as the millennium was ending. We did things to Kelly I didn’t know where possible, and together we forged something entirely new.



It was an odd way to come across a book, but scrolling through a rather smutty Tumblr dash, I found an image of a rather naked woman covering her breasts with the paperback and thought to myself that the title was…brilliant. I’d never heard of the author, and didn’t even read the blurb—just one-clicked.

And wow. During a book drought in which I’m struggling to find anything to really hold my interest, this was brilliant.

Not only is it absolutely filthy, but it’s written so well, and the characters are so developed, that it’s a lot deeper than just erotica. There are so many layers, and at times it’s quite an uncomfortable read; Thomas’ head is not the happiest place to me in. It’s not the clearest, and it’s certainly not the easiest. He’s often not even a likeable character, but this is what makes this such a fabulous read. The realism, the friendships, the heartbreak, the exploration of fetish and kink and the slow development of communication and love and discovering oneself.

Lines are walked and crossed, but at the end of it all, this felt to me like something written from the heart. One of my favourite reads—of all time.



REVIEW: A SEAL’s Proposal by Tawny Weber

First in a new series..

First in a series of novella’s focused on a group of friends all with the same goal to become Navy Seals….this book focuses on the relationship between Sam and Blaire with a lovers to something more theme…

The premise is interesting and the group of friends all struggling with the choices they’ve made provides a number of opportunities for more books in the series…however I thought that for a short story the pace was rather slow… the author writes great observational descriptions but there is too much detail for a novella and it interrupts the action….

The group of would be seals have the potential for plenty of humorous interplay to add another layer to the story but in fact there was a great deal of angst when they interacted and what felt close to bullying at points between the friends…I really liked Sam as a personality strong and focused but Blaire comes across as manipulative and I never felt connected to her…. their relationship seems genuine enough but they spent more time apart talking with other people than each other and there was no real sexual chemistry …..overall I never felt invested in their story…

This series has great potential but I was disappointed with this first instalment.. I think the author should have written this as a full length novel and then the interactions between the protagonists and the secondary characters and the descriptive narrative would have added not detracted from the narrative……this novella was reviewed for Summer’s Eve Reads.

~Sheena (3/5)

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Wanderer by Janine Infante Bosco

WANDERER-CoverWanderer by Janine Infante Bosco
Series: Nomad #2
Genre: adult, contemporary


I’ve lived two lives.

One full of innocence and one full of sin.

I mourned the perfect life I was born into and made it my duty to chase the phantom who stole it from me.

Revenge, mayhem and loss are all I know.

I am the lone man—I am the wanderer.

The former nomad—now, Satan’s deadliest soldier.

The two worlds were never supposed to collide. Innocence and sin aren’t made to coexist yet somehow my past bleeds into the present and I find myself facing my biggest regret…I find myself face to face with her—the girl who got away.

The girl I let go.

The woman I’ll ruin if I stay.


Our young love was marred by violence.

Our guilt destroyed us, fate tempted us but, it was he who broke us.

They say time heals all, but all time did was dull the ache of his abandonment.

Now, dressed in leather, covered in ink the boy I mourned is now a man—a man tormented by his demons.

In another life we were everything to one another.

In this life we’re strangers.

*NOTE* Each book in the Nomad series can be read as a STANDALONE.

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Review by Cheryl

OMG what a book!!! As I’m typing this I literally feel as if I’ve been to hell and back right along with the characters, I felt every emotion going whilst reading this my adrenaline was pumping from the prolouge alone and as storyline played out I became more how can I put it? I’ll go with hooked and invested, my kitchen was a mess and I didn’t even know what my kids were up to at times but it was all good their dad was charge lol.

I’m a huge fan of the MC genre and this had everything and more you’d expect, it was raw, gritty and full of angst but there was lighter moments I even found some parts slightly humorous namely the banter between these ‘big bad bikers’ there’s even a few melt your heart moments like I said before I felt it all.

There’s some great twists and turns with questions being answered and even more asked, there was never a dull moment I was on the edge of my seat. The characters were great not only the main one’s the secondary characters were just as interesting.

Cobra and Celeste are the main characters of the story it’s #2 in the series but could be read as a standalone, I hadn’t read the first book but that’s about to change, after reading this one there’s no way I couldn’t read it.