Colosseum of Lust

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 4.60/5 based on 10 reviews
A sinister dark web niche for bored rich people with a depraved need to watch sexual decadence have put their money into a project to give them just that—high-end entertainment with lots of violence and lots of sex. More
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About Meraki P. Dark

Meraki P. Lyhne/Meraki P. Dark is a Danish author who mainly writes contemporary paranormal MM and MMM, some with a HEA, some with a HFN, and some with white-knuckling cliffhangers. The pseudonym Meraki P. Dark takes the brave readers into the dark side of the genres.
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About the Series: Dark Empire
A sinister dark web niche for bored rich people with a depraved need to watch sexual decadences have put their money into a project to give them just that—high-end entertainment with lots of violence and lots of sex.
The gladiators have three things in common: They’ve been kidnapped, pumped full of drugs to enhance their strength and stamina, and nobody would ever miss them. Except Duncan, who ended up strapped to a lab table as a result of mixed identities.

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Reviews of Colosseum of Lust by Meraki P. Dark

rubyarrow reviewed on Sep. 5, 2021

So… if you have found your way to this book, you probably know what you’re getting into, and you’re here for it. And this books totally delivers there. This is brutally, horrifically dark with incredibly well developed characters.

***A bit of a spoiler***

But for me… the beginning of the next book ruined this one. It just zooms right on past any consequences for those deserving of it with a bizarre moral loophole. As an exploration of morality, it works. For the purposes of my enjoyment, I couldn’t do it and DNF the rest of the series. I wish I could go back in time and JUST read this book… it was a whirlwind. As a rating for this book, 5 stars.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Aehmsry reviewed on July 25, 2021

This was a journey that put a huge rock insight me and this content needs some time afterwards to digest and sort it out. But is also really amazing to see such strength and determination in the character of Duncan and follow the whole development.
I am really impressed by the straight writing and the capability to take me out of my comfort zone and at the same time to shatter my faith in our human society and think a bit more and deeply. I am very thankful for the deep true emotion and the HEA and stay a believer that there are people who are strong and willing to face the abysses and take action.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
NildaSM reviewed on July 24, 2021

I liked this book a lot. It was a different kind of storyline. Kept me interested the whole time.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Stutterer13 reviewed on May 12, 2021

Very exciting story, depraved and debauched, just the way I like it.

Beyond a certain point, there is nothing but need, and every muscle in a strong man's body strains to satisfy that need as violently as possible.

Colosseum of Lust stands far beyond the limits of that certain point, a great red tower of unholy lust. Beautiful work.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
tobais reviewed on Jan. 17, 2021

Interesting read, it was a different kind of book
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
sbudy reviewed on Dec. 23, 2020

DNF at 20%, and not due to the subject matter, it was just badly written, poorly edited and plain boring. Even a PWP freebie does not justifies this low quality. Another example for the rule of laudatory reviews being too often unreliable. It's the critical reviews that should help you determine if reading a book is worth your time and money. Well, your time in this case. At least it was a freebie.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Julie Murrow reviewed on July 27, 2020

I loved this book. The premis was completely new to me, it was well written and just the right length. I am looking forward to reading more from Meraki P Dark!
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
ltlcryr reviewed on May 3, 2020

This story had me hooked from the very beginning. I desperately wanted to know more about Duncan and Tim's fates, and wondered/worried if Axel and Tiny would find Duncan before something serious happened to him. I loved the brutality, it was just what I look for in one of these stories. I'll definitely be (impatiently) waiting for the next one!
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Lisa W reviewed on April 8, 2020

Another great read from Meraki P. Dark! I was lucky enough to win this book.
Colosseum was a fast moving, terrible (in a good way!) story.
From the very beginning I could relate to Duncan & Axel, and anxiously awaited their fates.
Definitely some brutality, but maybe not as much as the Lil Harvest series.
I definitely will be continuing, & can’t wait for the conclusion 😊
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
AJ Hobson reviewed on April 3, 2020

First off let me just say whoa! I literally did not move from the first word to the last word while reading this one. This book was absolutely riveting. As usual, Meraki Dark built such compelling characters and demonstrated a masterful sense of world-building. Duncan and Axel are stunning in their complexity and absolute faith in each other. Clearly please heed the content warnings, as this is a very dark book. As with all of this brilliant author’s work, this is about exploring how screwed up our world can be and the bloodletting so many survivors must do on their own to cleanse the festering wounds committed the rampantly toxic treatment of survivors of violence. So often it is battered, bruised, broken, and oppressed folks who tend to the needs and injuries of others who are battered and abused. I see here an indictment of countries and cultures that have allowed economic and social structures that say some people’s wealth and even their entertainment is worth more than other people’s lives and humanity.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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