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The Hunters: Byron and Kit: A Hunters series novel # 3 by Shiloh Walker

How very disappointing.  Total bummer.

One of the things I love about paranormal erotica is that I am rarely often disappointed.  Even if the book is a complete flop, the sexual content keeps me from dying from boredom.

Byron is just another lonely 100-century-old vampire who spends his night hunting child rapists and abusers.

Kit is a werewolf and daughter of his best friend who promised to watch over here and see to her happiness.  How about that for a dying request?

He struggles against his attraction of her.  She struggles and rages as she watches him bed woman after woman.  Flaunting threesomes, requesting her presence knowing she’d witness him screwing some woman in one orifice as another man takes whatever other hole he chooses.

I really don’t have a whole hell of a lot to say about this book.  It began as thrilling and interesting.  I was intrigued.  This story is short and…boring 😦

I am glad that I finished it before the day is up and am now moving on to Jonathan and Lori’s story.

I recommend this book to mature adults only … and only those reading this series.  Otherwise, what’s the point?  Strong yet brief and unimaginative sexual content with some mild to moderate violence.

~happy reading

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Better Than 8: Fantasy – A Better Than 8 story by Erin Jamison

Sensual.  Anticipation.  Teasing.  Erotic seduction.  Funny.  Friendship.

I received a copy of this book by the author, a fellow blogger.  I love finding new authors, especially those whom are trying to make a name for themselves.

Erin Jamison is doing just that.  The creation of Better Than 8: Fantasy is a fresh and fun adventure into the world of friendship, online dating and taking chances.

Pushing forward, Amara takes a deep breath and allows her friend to talk her into testing out yet another online dating website.   What better way to eliminate the awkward moment of penis size than to throw it all out on the table … so to speak.

Unlucky in the past, but struggling to pull herself free of a four-year celibacy after her lover married another woman, Amara decides to create an account and post  a profile of herself.   Nothing like “Seeking King Kong” to prove a girl’s point, eh?

Sevastien is a Black Latino financial consultant that melts her butter.

“Can you play Ann to my King Kong?  My name is Sevastien and I’d like to get to know you better.”

After months of strictly email communication, Amara finds herself falling for a man she’s never actually met.  Scary!  Unbelievably frustrating and yet sexy all in one.

This review needs to be vague, because I refuse to spoil the book.

Former lovers tiptoe into bed.  Undeniable feelings without admission.  M/M and M/M/F sexual content with sweet love story.

My opinions of this book are fairly straight forward.  Erin Jamison has made an excellent step in the direction of fulfilling her dream to become a writer.  Some books start off with a bang.  Some take their time.  Some make you wonder Hmmmm…

Better Than 8:  Fantasy left me with a big Hmmm … I want more.  The writing is fun and I really enjoyed reading this book.  If I could change anything about this book, I would have added length and provided more depth and delicious yummy erotic scenes for the main characters.  But, that’s just me.  I can just eat that stuff up!

One thing I can definitely appreciate about this book is this … The actual story is a great page turner.  Most erotic novels that I read are wham bam, there you have it … goodnight Ma’am.  This book has a wonderful story with characters that you can relate to.

The character creation is fun and I wonder if the author intends to allow them to progress in other stories.

I’m going to make another post on my blog regarding this book and its author.  I am interviewing Erin Jamison this evening, and I have some questions, hopes and what ifs that I am looking forward to discussing.

I recommend this book to adventurous mature adults only.  Strong yet semi brief sexual M/M and M/M/F content.  I do not advise allowing children or young adults to read this book.  C’mon people … think before you fill their heads with mature content!

~Happy reading!