Layla Cole moved three thousand miles for love and is now living out her happy ending in the mountains of North Carolina with her wonderful husband, who can't quite understand why she prefers rainy days to clear blue skies. It's the Oregonian in her, she says.
Layla's stories range from erotica to romance, dark to lighthearted, but often include paranormal elements (werewolves are her favorite), strong characters--usually men who can't stop pushing each other's buttons--a dose of humor, hot sex, and (sometimes) true love.
When she isn't writing, Layla enjoys gaming, reading, spending time with her husband and adorable but crazy puppy, and (attempting) to cook. She lives for good coffee, good food, lazy days in bed, and last, but definitely not least, her fans. Find her online at laylacole.com or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. She'd love to hear from you!
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on May 05, 2014 :
A bit ridiculous
(review of free book)
Sadie S. Forsythe
on Jan. 31, 2014 :
I was surprised by this one. I had VERY low expectations, but ended up enjoying it. Despite one character being blindfolded and tied to a pole it managed to avoid feeling like (or being) rape. Amazing that. I liked Christopher's shyness as well as his dominant streak. Hard to imagine the two in the same person, but it worked. I got less of a feel for Logan, but liked what I saw. It well written and fairly well edited.
I do have a complaint about it being the first in a series. I seriously dislike serial short stories. If you're going to write the pages anyway, why no just publish it as a book so I don't have to buy each chapter? When it comes down to it, that's what I see a short story series as—a book you have to pay each time you want the next chapter. The fact that it's called an instalment is just semantics, IMO. I refuse to buy subsequent chapters on principle. Then again, it's possbily a stretch to call this a chapter even, it's more like a 29 page scene and little more.
As a freebie I enjoyed Hazing Moon, though.
(review of free book)