Lily Lick reads, writes and behaves badly most days just outside of Toronto, Ontario.
Lily Lick was born in Scotland, spent her formative years in Northern Ontario, and advises there’s more to the bush than black flies and blueberries. When other kids were playing Snap and Hearts, Lily could be found laying the cards out and telling anyone who would listen, what their fortune was going to be. Her short stories and poetry (under a pen name) have been published on line at Clean Sheets and Slow Trains, as well as in print in the Mammoth Book of Erotica, Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica, Mammoth Book of Women’s Fantasies, Sex & Laughter, and the Porn to Poetry series. She is not so much inspired by sex, but aware of just how much it, and everything it entails, fuels the world; different degrees and different situations, but the bottom line is it’s all about getting off. It’s not about getting over, it’s about getting with…as often as you can, and having as much fun as you can doing it.
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Smashwords book reviews by Lily Lick
- The Reporter and The Girl MINUS The Super Man!
on Nov. 26, 2013
Sabrien Collins is an independent New Yorker. Jon Sudbury is a suburban boy she finds online. This is not a love story. It is however a story about looking for love in this electronic world we find ourselves in.
The sex is sporadic but raw in both action and emotion and portrays perhaps quite accurately what happens when lovers arrive at the same lustful place … just not always at the same time. Texts and messages between Sabrien and Jon are often lost in translation with the receiver misunderstanding the sender’s hidden message … you know that one we hide in a statement… that’s really a question? The Author very carefully skims the surface of her characters’ wants and needs as they interact just short of the true level that they both want. At the same time, she delivers depth and understanding of her characters to us, her readers. She tells us what Sabrien and Jon cannot easily tell each other.
Could it be that the E-Generation has feelings, and needs, and desires that can’t be explained in 140 characters or less? S.C.Rhyne would have us believe that they do…and that even in the most modern of times, Love still hurts.
(advance copy reviewed before purchase)