Cat DuMayne


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Smashwords book reviews by Cat DuMayne

  • Molly's Lips: Club Mephisto Retold on May 18, 2012

    Well after reading 'Club Mephisto' I was absolutely itching to find out what happened to Molly next. I didn't expect to read Mephisto's POV so that was a surprise, a very welcome surprise. This was a short novella and it was beautifully written. I loved the style of writing and although heavy on the kink, the characters are so well developed that the ongoing romance development is a joy to read. This author is now top of my list of immediate buy writers.
  • Burn For You on May 18, 2012
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    This is the conclusion of the story that started with 'Club Mephisto' with our leads Molly and Mephisto. In the first their relationship begins when Molly is taken for 'training' by her existing Master and Husband to Mephisto for one week. Molly used to work at the club so already knows Mephisto and is daunted by the prospect. By the end of the week they have formed a bond of sorts with the promise that Molly will go to Mephisto should anything happen to her Master. In this conclusion of the story the worst happens and Molly has to be re-united with Mephisto. This story was more romantic than the other two (inc Molly's Lips - Mephisto's POV (novella), although still with strong kink. I just wanted to devour these books, the writer's style for such a strong and for some unsavoury subject is beautiful and the story was spellbinding - I literally could not put this book down. Molly's journey was sometimes so heart-rending and this book made me laugh and also get weepy (something I just do not do)! I know that the writer loved these characters, you really feel that throughout the book - she is remarkable and is now my top author or my must buy list!!!!
  • Unbeautifully on May 14, 2013

    Another gripping tale of life within a biker gang. Brilliantly told from dual perspectives of Danni and Ripper and Deauce and Eva. This is a raw and brutal romance with the realism that all happy endings come at a cost, oh and what a cost, reading this book is painfully beautiful. Stunning. You do need to read Undeniable first in my opinion as the story is part of an arc of the overall tale of this biker gang.