"Daite." (Lesbian Erotic Romance)

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Jun has spent most of her life balancing her unfulfilled love life with her endless quest to be named heir to the Nippon Royal business empire, as is her birthright. But when she’s suddenly transferred to manage a hotel in Nagoya, she must restart life all over again: beginning with a mysterious young wanderer with a habit of disappearing after every encounter! More

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About Hildred Billings

Hildred Billings is a Japanese and Religious Studies scholar who has spent her entire life knowing she would write for a living someday. She has lived in Japan a total of three times in three different locations, from the heights of the Japanese alps to the hectic Tokyo suburbs, with a life in Shikoku somewhere in there too. When she’s not writing, however, she spends most of her time talking about Asian pop music, cats, and bad 80’s fantasy movies with anyone who will listen…or not.

Her writing centers around themes of redemption, sexuality, and death, sometimes all at once. Although she enjoys writing in the genre of fantasy the most, she strives to show as much reality as possible through her characters and situations, since she’s a furious realist herself.

Currently, Hildred lives in Oregon with her cat, with dreams of maybe having another human around someday.

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Review by: Melissa A. Giles on May 7, 2014 :
How Long Does It Take To Love?

4.75 Stars

This novel was my first experience with this author’s work, though I don’t believe it will be the last.

The writing style is both engaging and welcoming. Within the first few paragraphs, it is easy to immerse yourself completely in the lives and desires of the characters. The book has a good balance between the plot and the intimate scenes for it to warrant the claim of “romance” in description of being an erotic romance. The story didn’t feel like just a lot of slim set ups for continual sexual encounters. The chemistry between Jun and Saya is unmistakable within moments into the hotel restaurant scene and carries through to the last page.

I would recommend it to readers looking for passionate romance with a hint of spice and dose of drama. Would probably be deemed a bit too tame for the tastes of those seeking an intensely erotic exploit, with maybe a dash of story.

** Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review.**
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Review by: Sylvia Storm on Jan. 4, 2014 :
An absolutely wonderful book, full of feeling and drama. Excellent text-quality - nicely done. More story than heat for some, but I enjoyed it all the more for the wonderful balance of plot and sex. The characters came alive, and a really wonderful book. One of my favorites for the new year! Full review here:

(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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