Fever (Brother Sister Stories, Post-Apocalyptic, Taboo Sex)

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Kyle and his younger sister Lizzy, two of the last few survivors of a global pandemic, struggle to make it in a world that is moving on.

After nearly being killed by one of the infected, Lizzy soon develops a fever that consumes her, filling her body with a burning heat that has only one cure; release.

How long can she last before she gives in and lets her brother give her the cure she needs? More

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About Raminar Dixon

Say my name three times fast if you don't get it.

I'm an accomplished author in traditional fiction, but decided to turn my pen towards the darker side. Now I write almost exclusively erotica.

My goal in writing is to produce steaming hot stories that capture your imagination and turn you on.

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Review by: Skye Eagleday on June 22, 2013 :
I think of myself as a pretty easy going person, and one of the things that keeps me that way is knowing if I go into the local store, I know there are certain brands I depend on, and if they come out with a new flavor, I'll probably try it out because I know the quality will be there. That's what I think about with some of my favorite authors who are really good at spicy romance--Delilah Fawkes and Nora Roberts. I am always in awe of Nora Roberts, who keeps turning out more novels each year than some people do in a lifetime--but even though they keep revisiting certain themes, their work is always fresh, and never disappoints. Raminar Dixon now joins that group--I just discovered his work a few months ago, but check out his "also by" list--no wonder the guy often writes about breeding--he's naturally prolific! While I've primarily enjoyed his gender-swap stuff, his latest book, Fever, has his hallmark touches. It's not gender-swap--but I decided to try it out as an "appetizer" since I'm planning to soon watch Brad Pitt fight off the walking dead in a new apocryphal world. Mr. Dixon’s Fever takes that gritty setting and a nasty character that would seem to fit right into the WWZ world. He explores desperate passion in a desperate world where brother/sister hot action makes sense. Like Delilah Fawkes and Nora Roberts, Mr. Dixon is skillful at delivering the goods--both at the narrative level, and just the right percentage of sex. With all three authors I feel when I finish their work, I've read a story--I haven't just read something to only fulfill a need to have something sexy on the screen--but I've read about meaningful relationships between characters I've learned to care about, even if I'm only in their world for 10,000, or 100,000 words or more. I recommend Mr. Dixon, and check out his gender-swap stuff as well. He gets to play even more with his natural sense of humor in those.
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