Nightqueen Enterprises LLC; 1st edition (August 29, 2014)
A collection of short tales from New York Times, USA Today, and PW Bestselling Author Yasmine Galenorn’s Otherworld Series–find out what goes on between the Otherworld books. What really happened when Camille cast the invisibility spell? How did their parents Maria and Sephreh meet? Who is the mysterious ghost that is haunting the D’Artigo house? And what was the “turkey incident” that precipitated the opening scene in Priestess Dreaming? Find out in this first collection of short tales written in the Otherworld altaverse. These are the stories that can’t fit into the actual novels.
A true treat for fans of the Otherworld Series. We get to see the sisters share memory making moments that are outside of battle. Having read every book in The Otherworld Series, these shorts add laughter and insight in their chaotic world. Seeing the true sense of family and love the D’Artigo sisters have. I like to call these shorts moments rather than stories. That is what they were for me.
Highlights for me were the turkey scene, flipping hysterical! The moment in Maggie’s room. Last but not least, Dreaming Death!
Thank you Ms. Galenorn for this special treat. As the Otherworld Series is an auto buy for me, these collections will be as well. I hope there will be many more to come!
This ebook is from my personal library.
Club Sin Series, Book 3.5
Fans who can’t get enough of USA Today bestselling author Stacey Kennedy will love this wicked, wild spinoff novel that explores how sexy life can be outside Club Sin.
Mary Schmidt knows only too well how thrilling a Master’s touch can be. Her husband, Charles, had been her ultimate fantasy, a seducer in the erotic dance of dominance and submission. She misses the sensual lifestyle they shared, but mourns him so deeply she cannot bear to embrace her submissive needs with another Dom—until a man who exudes temptation reawakens desires she can no longer deny.
Elliott Foster is dazzled by Mary. He instantly knows that she’s the woman he’s been waiting for—a woman who turns games into need. As her Master, he dares to unlock the deepest pleasures of her flesh, releasing her from pain and healing her mind. When Mary’s lithe body comes to life under his, he knows their connection goes beyond sex. Now that he has found the perfect woman, the perfect partner, the perfect submissive, he desires only to give her everything she craves.
Freed is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.
It is no secret that I’m a huge fan of Ms. Kennedy Club Sin Series. Each book has captured me in some way. Freed not only met my expectations of what I have come to love of a Club Sin book, it exceed them.
Mary being a character I have enjoyed from the first meeting. Also learning her back story though previous books in the series makes Freed a special books in this series. Having lived the BDSM lifestyle for many years being bonding to one man, the love of her life, the man she lived for, submitted for, leaves this world too soon and changes the very person she is. Still the wonderful a loving mother, sister and friend that she was, but the lust for life was bland.
Elliot, is a smart business man and what I envision a seasoned man should be. Divorced many years ago after a failed fifteen year marriage, he been looking for that one woman. An unexpected meeting with a woman that had submission written all over her body, Elliot knew she was the one. Being a Dom for over thirty years has given him the wealth of knowledge and experience to read and know everything this woman could want and need. With the ability to given her all and more.
Taking the sin outside the club, Stacey Kennedy steps up the true level of intimacy and passion with Freed, Club Sin Book 3.5! Chemistry and passion don’t lie. Sparks that hit like lighting are not to be passed upon. Feeling and emotions that made me shed a few tears. Freed took BDSM to another level with Elliot and Mary. Beautiful looking into the lifestyle in a light that show second chance are always around a corner or tied to a bed.
I received an ecopy of this book from the author/publisher via netgalley for a honest review.