Helle Gade lives in Denmark with her little diva dog. She is a poet, hobby photographer, nocturnal creature and chocolate addict. She has been writing poetry since 2011 and published four poetry collections since then.
The author draws you into an amazing story where there are magic, dragons and an epic battle of good and evil, in a well build world with relatable characters. What more can you ask for.
I greatly anticipate the sequel in "The Circle Of Talia" series.
From Where I Stand is a heartfelt collection of poetry. You get a glimpse into the poet’s life and mind. It has clearly been a tough journey and I admire him for writing it down for us all to read. My favorite is Cold Morning On The Lake Shore.
I need a cigarette, cold shower and a huge box of chocolate!
Oh my! An Aussie and a Texas cowboy is the perfect recipe for a scorching read. Alyssa is a hot Aussie chick that is crazy about the hired help in form of a sizzling hot Texas cowboy. They soon get down and dirty with some light bondage and lots of screaming and moaning.
His Favorite Everything
In this book, which is the second story in the “Favorite Things” series, the author certainly turned up the heat. Robert has a huge surprise for Jane that will lead them down a hot and sweaty path. Noel joins the fun and a newcomer is introduced to take you on a lustful ride.
I highly recommend these two naughty tales to anyone who enjoys erotica.
The author is treating us to another deliciously hot story, causing the blood pressure to jump through the roof.
Logan is the hot young student who is in lust with her professor and now she is ready to seduce him. Luckily, the professor is easy to persuade to have some fun.
This is an intense book of poetry. It reveals raw emotions of the author for all to see. I admire the author for putting her feelings and experiences down on paper.
My favorite poems was “Shattered” and “Guidance”
This is an intense book of poetry. The author opens op and shows you a glimpse of her past self, working towards her present self. She tells of abuse and sorrow, but also of love and joy, not to forget the appreciation for the seasons. The poem "Peter" brought tears to my eyes.
This is a short collection of poetry about the bitter time of leaving the one you once and perhaps yet love. It accurately captures the churning emotions of that time.
My favorite poem was:
The Eve of Leaving