Review: Lady Smut Book of Dark Desires

Lady Smut Dark DesiresOooh! A very nice review of The Lady Smut Book of Dark Desires came from our tour stop at A Reader’s Review Blog. Tina had some very nice things to say about “The Lying, The Witch & The Wardrobe” in particular:

REVIEW: Maelstrom of Magic and Desire

This is a very clever and well researched erotic read, which draws inspiration from Goblin Market, the Victorian poem by Christina Rossetti and the otherworldly art of Arthur Rackman.

In it Jeanie, a young woman, returns to her childhood home and is compelled to reveal the secrets of her family’s old oak wardrobe, which is securely locked and sealed. The tale is full of mystery, magic and burgeoning desire as Jeanie gets ever closer to her goal of opening the wardrobe and finding out its connection to the stories she heard as a child, telling of magic and goblins. The tale contains some sizzling scenes as Jeanie finally succumbs to curiousity, lust and temptation.

Jeanie feels little excitement in everyday mundane activities and comes from a long line of those skilled in magic. I loved how the author describes her reconnection to the magic that hums in her veins. The imagery used in the tale is powerful and I enjoyed the sexual awakening and liberation of the heroine. An original read.

Check out the lengthy review of all our tales and drop by to see what else Tina loves to read.

Hope your Imbolc was lovely.

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