By A.C. James
First, up on my list is The Mistress (The Original Sinners series)by Tiffany Reisz. It’s the fourth book in this steamy series. If you haven’t read books one – three in the series, I suggest you catch up while you’re outside catching some sun. When I finished book three which ended in a major cliffhanger, I hoped I could immediately go out and buy the fourth. But unfortunately it wasn’t yet released. And since I don’t want to give anything away and I don’t like spoilers, I won’t say anything else about how the book ends. However, I will be posting an in depth review of The Prince which is book three, later this month. The Mistress can be pre-ordered on Amazon. You can also anticipate The White Years Quartet (The Priest, The King, The White Queen, and The Red Queen), set to debut late 2013. The quartet will give readers a glimpse into the misadventures of Eleanor Schreiber prior to her new identity as Nora Sutherlin, New York’s finest dominatrix. Her life serving as a submissive for Søren, I predict will be as provocative and insightful as Tiffany Reisz’s other books in the series. Ms. Megibow if you’re not already shopping this series to option for film, you should be. It would prove way hotter than Universal’s anticipated big screen adaption of Fifty Shades of Grey. How pissed off could the Vatican possibly get?
Ellora’s Cave delivers…
Kathy Kulig just released Spring Break last month which can be purchased from Ellora’s Cave, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. The seductive world of TropiX, a private sex club, leaves college students free to shed their clothes and their inhibitions. If Justin Watkins can stop watching over his college students like Big Brother, he might convince the prim-and-proper Mariko Maguire to be his sex partner at the invitation-only adult club called TropiX.
Mariko is in Fort Lauderdale on business, trying to secure new clients for her PR firm. Abandoning prior commitments for one wickedly lustful evening—a one-night stand of kinky sex—was not on her agenda.
Carter Bosworth is looking for an evening of sex games during his layover in the tropical playground. He’s a regular at TropiX and always open for a new thrill. His plans are sidetracked, but it may be to his benefit after all when he meets the beautiful Mariko.
The potent heat developing between Justin and Mariko tempts her into shedding her inhibitions, and an exploration in eroticism beyond her imagination develops at the fetish club.
“Just enjoy the ride.” — 4 Stars, Night Owl Reviews
“Spring Break is deliciously sweet and steamy.” — 4 Hearts, Sizzling Hot Book Reviews
“Spring Break will steam up your spring and your summer.” — 4 Stars, A.C. James
Meanwhile, Coming Unbound by Lacy Savage (Ellora’s Cave) has married couple Ginny and Cole spicing up their marriage by introducing BDSM into their bedroom. They struggle to connect intimately even before the marriage. Cole suggests they surprise one another with their most sexually daring fantasies to celebrate their anniversary. Ginny surprises Cole with some unexpected piercings. Cole turns their basement in the suburbs into a dungeon and hires a sexy Dom to show them the ropes.
And on the Sci-fi front Dragon’s Claim by Anya Richards (Ellora’s Cave) which is book three in the Unveiled Seduction series builds passion between two men. Talathion Frostbane takes his task of saving people seriously but his entire existence is thrown into turmoil when he encounters the wyvern shifter he spurned two hundred years before. Disappointing the expectations of the clan can have devastating consequences if he gives into his consuming desire for the dragonkin.
Last on my list is Electra Sheperd’s Man or Machine (Ellora’s Cave). Book two in the Body Electric series. Her book has me thinking about building my very own sexy robot. Geek-girl Ilsa Morgenstern has had enough heartbreak to last a lifetime, so she builds Dallas—a smart, sexy male robot—to keep her satisfied without requiring any pesky emotions. She’s not expecting Hal, her computer genius ex-boyfriend, to break into her home in an attempt to steal her family’s tech secrets. And she’s certainly not expecting that Dallas will want Hal and Ilsa to increase his knowledge of human sexuality by having sex with him—both separately and together.
As the robot/human encounters get closer—and even hotter—Ilsa’s feelings for Hal threaten to resurface. She’s determined to avoid heartbreak again, but sometimes a girl has to accept that the man—er, robot—you think you want is only seventy-four percent of the man you need.
Inside Scoop: This book contains male-male action, a male-female-male threesome and a robot who learned his speech patterns from watching internet porn. Yeah, baby.
Have a hot summer! Happy reading!
Oh… And if you haven’t claimed your prize from my Sizzling, Hot, Memorial Day Giveaway by 11:59 pm I will be distributing unclaimed prizes to other winners tomorrow.