Blind Love

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Explicit Adult Fiction
40,000 + Words
A collection of eleven short stories.

Blind Love
First Date
Weekend at Reba’s
Dim the Lights
Black Lace and Diamonds
Lunch Date
Better with Age
We’re Just Friends
Life Unexpected
Late Night Dreams More

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Words: 40,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458195463
About Damian Santiago

I write erotica. I enjoy creating characters my readers can identify with. I try to stay on the more realistic side of things, but I am known to throw out a wild fantasy or two from time to time.

I dabble in poetry as well, but still working on my first poetry book.

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Review by: Katy Sozaeva on July 16, 2011 :
“Blind Novel” is an anthology of highly graphic erotic short stories; while there are hints and pieces of the story surrounding each encounter, the bulk is mostly taken up with the erotic encounter itself, described in great detail. It was sort of like watching a XXX movie and fast-forwarding through the “boring” bits that are inserted to provide a plot.

That said, it is obvious that this writer has talent. I would like to see a longer work, including actual plot and character development from him. While there are some issues with editing and use of clichés (all the women are thin and beautiful and have huge … tracts of land; all the men are handsome, in shape, romantic, and well-endowed), and that cost a star, still I can see where he could create a really vivid story – I especially noticed it at the end of the short story “Weekend at Reba’s.”

This is for fans of erotica, and for those who read romance novels and dog-ear the pages with the “good bits” to re-read again later. The especially nice thing about this anthology is that the stories are fairly short; adventurous lovers might read them and act them out together. Just an idea!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

Review by: Dawn Vidrine on June 25, 2011 :
Hot! Hot! Hot!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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