Mari Adams

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Smashwords book reviews by Mari Adams

  • The Order on June 17, 2013
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    This could have been a good story, but the writing is too disjointed to pull the reader in. Instead of jumping into the action, or setting up a scene, the reader is thrown into a good-bye that isn't described well, we find that the people have been genetically altered yet have no sense of a person. Dialogue was stilted; I just couldn't go past the 11th page
  • Mike on June 17, 2013
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    meh. and, continuity alert; mike shoved the profs hand down past his hairy pubes, yets his balls were shaved clean. and they were on the front porch; either the prof liked the thought of doing it in public and getting caught or the author could have set up the scene to let us know there was a little privacy there.
  • Her Nemesis Master (Dark BDSM Erotica) on June 17, 2013
    (no rating)
    this story started out well, yet too much time was spent tellling us about emily johnson, her "delicate use of power", those 3 inch jimmy choos blah blah blah.... a few descriptive lines to let us know she's a prissy little thing who's impress with herself would have been enough. had to stop reading mid-way
  • The Envelope on June 18, 2013
    (no rating)
    A good story, but it could have used more descriptives and cohesion. Some grammatical and punctuation errors, and the characters felt flat.
  • The Three of Us on June 18, 2013
    (no rating)
    Sam is a jerk, Reed is flat, and Jeff is just not real enough to feel anything for. I couldn't finish it
  • Molly's Lips: Club Mephisto Retold on June 18, 2013
    (no rating)
    Sounds as though it should be a good story, but 10 pages into it and the writing is sub-par. Mephisto "acts as a top" in his club and says things like; "for real," "okay, she was a mess". I never felt a domme vibe from him, and the writing felt contrived, as though the author is trying to shock and titilliate instead of tell a story