Sunday, July 24, 2011

Hidden Cove

Amidst the sea of reality in which we all wade, there lie hidden coves, places where the lines between life and fiction become blurred, where fantasy and horror step in for just a time to alter our rules, terrify and delight us, then slide back into the shadows from whence they came.

Here are some of their stories.

Until next time....

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Review: Best Lover in Town, by Brenda Woody and Steve Tindle

Janet is on a desperate search to find “the one,” which leads her on a lighthearted and kinky journey taking her through the bedrooms of five very different men.  While she feels a definite spark with Nathan, her boss and the first of many one-night flings, a back-stabbing friend convinces each that the other has moved on.  When the fates bring them back together, Janet gives him the night of his life by implementing toys introduced to her from each of her other kinky and adventurous one-night stands.

I thought the erotic aspects to this book were fun, innovative, and well-paced.  I liked the recurring theme, “the best [fill in the blank] in town,” Janet’s lighthearted character, and the chance the authors took by writing the work in present tense.  I did find a handful of editing problems, and I think the prose and dialog could have been tighter, but overall, Best Lover in Town was a fun read and a good debut novel.