Oh! Brother: Sibling Sexcapades The Complete Series (Includes Sex Club Surprise, Sex Starved Sister, Hot Valentine, Sex Crazed Siblings, Sibling Jealousy, & Bonus Story)

Adult
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The complete Oh! Brother series by Anita Lawless. Plus a bonus story: Sibling Sexcapades. Chocked full of enough smutty action to melt your ereader. More

Available formats: epub, mobi, pdf, lrf, pdb

First 20% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more read online

Price: $2.99 USD

Use the code SSW50 at checkout for 50% off during our site-wide promotion!
(Offer good through July 31, 2014)
About Anita Lawless

Anita Lawless writes erotica & bdsm romance from somewhere in an urban jungle. With C.J Sneere, she runs Wild & Lawless Writers. Check out all of her titles, plus more from the Wild & Lawless Writers, at: http://wildlawlesswriters.blogspot.com

Also in Oh! Brother

Also by This Author

Also by This Publisher

Reviews

Review by: itsjustme on Dec. 08, 2012 :
Good read. The first couple chapters, I thought it was more romance than erotica. Not that it's a bad thing, but the storyline just seemed to be heading that way. But I was wrong....it was more erotic for the last couple chapters. There is errata - oogling instead of ogling is one example - but not enough to detract from the stories. There really isn't a taboo factor in the stories; yes he is her step-brother but they were older when their parents got married so it's not like it started at a young age. It was hard to believe that someone who wasn't that experienced with sex was so open & carefree about it once she got going. And the fact that she was in love with her step-brother but wanted to f*ck other guys (threesomes and more-somes) was a bit off. Scenes described were hot and descriptive, but it just seemed to be sex for the sake of it. Several descriptive phrases were repeated over & over and it was tiring after awhile. If it would have stayed as a romance it would have been great. If it would have started like a slutty novel and stayed that way, it would have been great. This was just good.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Report this book