Sunday, February 8, 2015

Smutty Sunday: Mia's Books by Tabitha Rayne



Mia's Books by Tabitha Rayne
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Sultry Scale: 5 of 5 flames

Ghost lover or mortal—can Mia have both?

Mia has a big problem. She is in love with two people, and one of them happens to be a ghost. After a late night seduction in a deserted library, Mia brings home a haunted book. The book contains a ghost which instructs her to seduce strangers on its behalf. Mia falls in love with one of her conquests and finds herself in a romantic tangle. Can she keep both her lovers, or will she have to choose?

Content Warning: graphic sexual content, including m/f and f/f sexual interaction

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.  I don't usually read short stories because I like a lot of plot development with my books.  And its just not possible to pack a lot of details and plotting into a story that is 60-80 pages. So now that I am branching out, I am going to try to take these short stories in the spirit that they were written.  Or at least the purpose for which it appears (to me) that they were written.

So what is the purpose of Mia's Books?  Well, I would say, its to get your motor running.  Are you a shy spinster? A tired housewife?  Do you need to psych yourself up for the annual anniversary shag with the old ball and chain?  Well, pick up a copy of Mia's Books.  Its erotica with a paranormal bent.  What can you expect from this story?  Lots of things, but mainly SEX.  It's got self-love, shelf-love, illuminating penetration, ghostly groping, man-love, lady-love, and a paranormal menage.  There isn't a lot of space wasted on plot or character development, but there isn't a lot of room for that in one of these books.  So the next time you need help to feel a little randy, touch your shelf and find Mia's Books.

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