Hi, I am Luna …. I have three loves in life; men, sex and my wonderful friends .. where would us girls be without them? I am living proof that you really can ‘have it all’ – you just need to redefine what ‘all’ means! Taking inspiration from my real life experiences – you can read more about those in my ‘tell all diary" – I have recently released Freedom, The Sensual Liaisons Series Book One. This is the first in a series of erotic romances and I am already busy working on the second one which will be released in 2015. As well as letting you delve into my SEXY diary, I am also going to be delivering reviews of some of the HOTTEST books around. Lesbian, gay, erotic, bondage … you name it , I am going to be giving it the once over so be warned, this blog is strictly for the over 18s and those with a very open mind. If you write books of this genre and are looking for some more….exposure… simply contact me. This blog is recommended for readers aged 18 Plus.
Freedom - The Sensual Liaisons Series Book One
Somewhat surprisingly as I am not a big fan of Christian Romance, I enjoyed Love Unfeigned, which is a short, novella length tale of Lorraine and Isaiah, a pair of super sweet kids who fall in love as young children (We are talking Elementary School (U.S) Primary School (U.K) get separated by circumstances, only to meet once more in their early twenties and fall in love for real…
The author does flick from first person to third person in different chapters and justifies it with chapter headings Me and She. I make no bones about the fact that I HATE this technique as I find it lazy. It is either one or the other. You can’t have your cake and eat it! The Me chapters in which Lorraine talks first person about herself are much more compelling, and interesting than the bland She chapters…Food for thought perhaps, Nadine?
In terms of the story, it was great, even if big issues were majorly glossed over at times and I will openly confess to not getting the Christian Romance thing. Don’t get me wrong, I fully respect everyone’s right to live their lives according to their own faiths/beliefs, but never in a month of Sundays will I get why waiting until they are married to have sex is so important…Or why a teenage boy can have sex with a girl in the locker room at school and be called a hero, while the girl is tarred for life as a slag. In MY opinion, that is not a great advert for either society or faith. I come from a completely different place in terms of my attitude towards relationship and sex and would generally choose to read books which are more reflective of this.
Love Unfeigned is a sweet, but not sickly sweet romance which will without doubt appeal to it’s target Christian audience, and more conservative thinking reader.
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