Playing with Tigers

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When Keel's father borrowed money from the Sahrketh Empire, a nation ruled by competitive and brutal women, he could see that his future would become complicated. Even so, he had never expected the woman who came to reclaim their debt to take him as compensation. Inspired by yaoi, erotic literature and fantasy, this novel is an attempt to satisfy anyone who enjoys every genre at it's best. More

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About S. Hart

I was raised in a community that still hums with folklore and superstition, and has a flair for drama that would put most to shame. Although that may not come across in novels such as these, I have a separate hard drive that holds my other work. I prefer to write stories centered around dark humor, drama and terrible circumstances mixed with folklore crashing into daily life. I'm thin as a rail, listen to music while I write and have been caught on multiple occasions dancing in my chair while I edit and proofread. I've tried many outlets for creativity, and the one that I enjoy the most is my writing, closely followed by my artwork.

I do not enjoy long walks on the beach, I am not overly fond of watching the sun rise or set and I have not yet traveled to see anywhere far off and fantastic. I am, however, a damn good shot in a FPS. I drink beer, hate bananas for no good reason and my favorite season is winter because someone needs to love it. I write fast and often, and if my first novel wasn't enough of an indication, I like to please everyone.

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Review by: fluffyrhino on March 09, 2014 :
My only complaint about any of S.Hart's books is that there just aren't enough of them for me to completely submerge myself in them forever. I genuinely enjoy everything I've read from this author (which as of the time of writing this review is everything I can find online), and this series did not disappoint.
The author has a great talent at creating interesting, distinctive, and relatable characters that you grow to genuinely care about. The plots are unique, as well .. believe me, as someone who has read a lot of both fantasy/fiction and erotica, I know all the typical storylines. S. Hart has just enough of the familiar to make the stories infinitely satisfying (and I'm not talking about erotic satisfaction, though believe me, that is thoroughly covered.)
If Keel can boast a talented tongue (and he can!) his creator must lay claim to infinitely talented fingers.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)

Review by: Eric F on May 25, 2012 :
Fast paced, inventive, action=packed, and incredibly erotic.

I have to say that i have marvelled at the ability of women to write most mm action, but they all seem to a do a fantastic job. This one is slightly less explicit than most - only slightly, and not detracting from the fact that overall it is the most erotic I have read.

I enjoy a good long book, and the only points that might have been picked up by a suitably educated editor are:

1. Misuse of apostrophes - if they can't be right, this would be less jarring if ALL apostrophes were left out ("it's" used incorrectly a dozen times on a single screen is distracting.

2. The word "smirk" is overused and misused - it is far more descriptive and accurate to use an expression like "smiled ruefully" to say exactly what is meant each time - "smirked" has a specific and narrow meaning.

3. The word "whined" is overused - and it's not very erotic.

But I wouldn't change a thing if it delayed the sequel - I'm waiting!
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

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