Burned

Adult Erotica
Rated 1.00/5 based on 1 reviews
An erotic short story of love and betrayal. Alexandria, a reserved school teacher falls for Heath, a struggling writer with a rock star meets boy next door persona. It all started so innocently and what followed was Alex's sexual awakening. Heath was insatiable, unleashing his inner animal that left Alex gasping and wanting. Soon Heath’s hidden agenda would leave Alex exposed and venerable. More

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Erotica themes: None

Words: 14,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310246876
About Cara Lily

Cara Lily is freelance writer and erotica book author. She has published several novelettes. Her latest project is the story of a girl who had privileged upbringing and was unaware of families ties to the underworld of the city. Her life takes an unscheduled twist when she falls for a bad boy biker.

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Review by: aishareads on July 19, 2014 :
So, I received this book to review and I read it. And here I am reviewing it. I've given this novella 1.5 stars. I was hoping it could be better. But anyways. The book's storyline wasn't out of the ordinary. It was actually, pretty boring, considering the genre I'd erotica. There were many errors throughout the book. Like, many times, someone's arrived or someone's saying something or doing something, but you don't know who. "Hi there." He said. He moved around the room trying to find something. (This is my own example.) Who is the HE? You don't know.
It was too fast-paced. It just skipped from one scene to another. There was no character building or anything, which made me not really care about the characters. And of course, it doesn't help that the novella is barely a 100 pages.
Other than that, I really liked Tom Hunt. He was a good guy. The erotic scene was pretty well-written, I mean, it certainly had room for improvement.
Other than that, I really don't know what else to say. Personally, I was not a big fan of the book, but you'll probably like it. You never know.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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