Thor'sday Night - Paranormal Erotica

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Rated 1.50/5 based on 3 reviews
Carmen, a beautiful Cuban girl living in Miami, becomes obsessed with a recently unearthed Viking grave containing the shockingly positioned skeleton of a young woman. Legend has it that the dead warrior's closest friends all possessed her as part of a sinister burial rite... a legend that turns her on so much, it seduces the three men around her into daring to fulfill her darkest fantasy.

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Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
Words: 69,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452348278
About Maria Isabel Pita

Maria Isabel Pita was born in Havana, Cuba. Her family left the country when she was ten months old and she grew up in Fairfax, Virginia. Reading, writing and history, especially ancient Egypt, have been her abiding passions ever since she can remember. She attended Florida International University, where she majored in World History and did a double minor in Cultural Anthropology and English Literature. Maria is well known for her literary erotic romances, two of which are set in contemporary Egypt, and for her book Guilty Pleasures,a critically acclaimed collection of romantic erotic stories set all through history.

Truth is the Soul of the Sun is her first biographical novel.

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Review by: Bookologist on April 19, 2012 :
Below is my review from Goodreads:

Thorsday Night by Maria Isabel Pita

This book was quite difficult to read. The writing felt choppy and didn’t move from scene to scene easily. That was my opinion by the end of the first chapter. By the end of the second chapter I couldn’t deal with dialog like…“She stops what she’s doing for a moment as she realizes with a shock that he will be the third man she has somehow helped undress, in one way or the other, in less than twenty-four hours. She has just finished chopping up the lettuce when she hears the bathroom door opening. She quickly sets two wineglasses out on her marble table.” Too many she’s. By the end of the third chapter I’d had enough and labeled this story a DNF.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Bookologist on April 19, 2012 : (no rating)
My review from Goodreads listed below:

Thorsday Night by Maria Isabel Pita

This book was quite difficult to read. The writing felt choppy and didn’t move from scene to scene easily. That was my opinion by the end of the first chapter. By the end of the second chapter I couldn’t deal with dialog like…“She stops what she’s doing for a moment as she realizes with a shock that he will be the third man she has somehow helped undress, in one way or the other, in less than twenty-four hours. She has just finished chopping up the lettuce when she hears the bathroom door opening. She quickly sets two wineglasses out on her marble table.” Too many she’s. By the end of the third chapter I’d had enough and labeled this story a DNF.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Carol on Jan. 02, 2012 :
I wouldn't call this a romance; it is too violent and there is an absence of love. The flow is disjointed and the writing style is not engaging although it improves about half way through.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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