Black Market Romance: Three Love Stories from the Draconian Underworld

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Kinky sex rockets to new heights as human telepaths are kidnapped to be sold as sexual bond-mates to reptilian aliens. But some draconians have honor and when emotionally touched, they can prove the stuff of dreams. More

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Review by: urbane707 on Aug. 08, 2012 : (no rating)
I loved the first story! I wish there was more than 30,000 words.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Unicorn Productions on Oct. 27, 2011 :
Hot and sexy... albeit very unusual! My favorite is the first story. I had trouble reading da sista, but it's just me...
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Mia Darien on Sep. 08, 2011 :
I will confess that I was a little... scared when I "picked up" this book. Dragon sex? A little concerning, but I was too intrigued to resist. And I'm glad for that, because I did enjoy the stories. I enjoyed the "set" feeling to it, with one M/M, one M/F and one F/F. Though I did also find Tanya's "voice" to be over the top and somewhat distracting.

Ultimately, I think my only real issue with this book was that there wasn't enough. It was such a fascinating and detailed world that 30,000 words really didn't seem like enough to do it justice and I'd like to see more. But the author has an engaging writing style and it a quick, enjoyable read. And more than worth it's 0.99 price tag.

I would recommend this to anyone who wouldn't mind a little dragon pr0n.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: T L Watts on July 18, 2011 :
I must say that I really enjoyed all three of the short stories in "Black Market Romance". Zola D Wadsworth's writing style took me in from the very beginning- making it easy to visualize her world without the long boring descriptions that many writers often employ.
The only negative I found was the voice of the second story. I understand the Tanya was a poor black woman, but the writing was hard to follow and simply unbelievable. She was studying to become a nurse, but spoke as if she never passed pre-school. Slang is understandable, but it was just too over the top (I'm black and I have never met someone in this millennium that speaks that way).
Overall this was a good novel, and I would like to see more from this world.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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