Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Driftwood Deeds by Laila Blake Review.

Book Blurb

When journalist Iris Ellis visits a sleepy seaside town to interview recluse screenwriter Paul Archer, he offers her insights into never acted upon fantasies of dominance and submission. Too curious to deny herself a taste of them, Iris gives herself up to Paul's gentle guidance, but when she realizes that a taste can never be enough, she must find the courage to ask for what she needs or risk losing it all.

My Review

Arc received from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Cover :- 4 stars
Sex/steaminess :- 4 stars
Story line :- 5 stars
Characters :- 5 stars

Overall rating :- 4.5 stars

Personal rating :- 5 stars

Book Pairing:- M/F
Did it give me a book hangover :- Almost
Is this a review book or personal read :- Review book

Why I chose this book?

I was asked by the Publisher 'A Hotter State' to review.

What I liked about this book.

* The description was amazing I could visualize everything.
* The commentary between the two was fantastic. Intelligent conversations.
* Hot and steamy although there was little sex. The scenes were still steamy.
* Paul......lets face it a man that can cook.

What I didn't like about this book.

* Not a lot, maybe a little longer I didn't want it to end.

Would I read more from this author?


Would I recommend this book?

Yes, erotica lovers, BDSM lovers or someone just looking for something a little different.

About the Author

Laila Blake, born in 1985 in Cologne/Germany, is a bi-lingual author and translator. She has an MA in Specialized Translating and has worked with several research projects in Applied Linguistics and language acquisition. Teaching English to adults is still paying most of her bills.
Growing up with a love of stories, she started her first epic fantasy story at the age of 13. It didn’t grow past a few chapters and since then, she has gone through a myriad of ideas and beginnings, both in English and German, has learned a lot and lived a lot and dreamed of being a writer.

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