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My full name is Celeste M. Bath, as you can see my writing tastes are a bit varied, but these are the stuff some folks spicier fantasies are made of. Or the secret fantasies we just don't admit to our friends!
My stories are for sale here, on Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and everywhere else, in any format you might want.
For those of you that liked 'Randi', if you're interested in reading more about Shadowcats, check out my friend Rael Bayellis here on Smashwords for more Shadowcat stories. (https://www.smashwords.com/books/byseries/6261)
on April 12, 2012 :
When I first picked this book up, I thought I was in for another spank book. What I got was a surprise in the gender turn around, and then what came across as a wonderfully erotic book that had me squirming on the train.
Well written (with the odd mistake as pointed out by the reviewer below) with good characters and believable conversation and actions, (though a little heavy on the 'slut' aspect of the main character) the story ends up giving you more than your fair share of erotic action.
One problem I had was the formatting issues for the epub version, where the text would grow and shrink in size from paragraph to paragraph. This, though distracting, didn't take away from the story, but it did undercut the finished look of the story.
The other problem I had with the story were the anatomy size of Guy, as 14" is unbelievable. Jonah Falcon has the world's largest penis at 13.5". Yes, I know this is a fantasy world where genetic manipulation is key, but for an athlete to be carrying around that much package just seems...cumbersome. Yet, like the formatting issues of the story, it didn't take away from just how hot the story itself was.
In the end, this was a gem where I expected poorly written smut. A hot read I will read again, and again, and now look forward to the other two stories of this series.
(reviewed long after purchase)
Brad Stuff X
on March 10, 2012 :
Smokin' hot fantasy. Would like to be fully human but part cat? Marred, as so many ar, by bad proofing (grammar, spelling.
Celeste, "alright" is not a word, it is always "all right".
"already" is a word, meaning done, history.
"all ready" means everyone prepared.
Also, I think that other word is spelled "douche".
(reviewed within a month of purchase)