Lucee Lovett


Introduction: Hi I’m Lucee Lovett, wife and mother by day, romance erotica author and publisher by night. I live in London, with terrific kids, husband and a great cat named Lila.

I’m started publishing my own ebook series in January 2013. I’m as pleased as punch with my achievements. I write across quite a few genres, but my favorite and main works are in erotica and the erotic subgenres.

I love it because it allows me to remove the mask on my own desires and fantasies and share them contextually with others, in the guise as fiction.

Location: London England UK

Interest: Books on Paranormal/Supernatural, Sci Fi and Erotica Romance. I love reading and writing in these genres.

Music: I have an appreciation for all kinds of music.

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Shadow Billionaire
Price: Free! Words: 10,280. Language: English. Published: August 26, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Action/Adventure, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Sasha Trenton a beautiful heiress is being forced to marry some rich stranger by her controlling mother. Sasha meets a masked man who has stolen her mother's jewelry and possibly Sasha heart. Gabriel is a servant in the Trenton household who is in love with Sasha. However, Gabriel has a secret, one that could shatter his relationship with Sasha.

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  • Cherishing Destiny on May 07, 2013

    Lucee Lovett Review of Cherishing Destiny by Noelle Blakely Initially I did not think much of the introduction to the story as it started off with the lead Character waking up in a cave with broken bones and other injuries. The descriptions were long and did not feel necessary for creating intrigue when leading up to the plot. I started to feel bored and a little inpatient. It did not help that the book is written in several different fonts. Shifting from Capitals, to bold, italic and so on. However as the story moved along initiated by the lead while waiting to heal – as she began reminiscing – using the memories inherited from her mother. The story took on an entirely different nuance. I became absorbed with the new characters introduce and their stories as they unfold. The author has created quite a new thread to the usual Vampire and Were-people tales. One which I liked and am fascinated by. Within this one story the authors as given rise to several different stories that could easily take on a life of their own and I’m interested to see where she take it. I’m not comfortable giving a synopsis to this story as I don’t think it would do the book the justice it deserve. There are so many creative twists and turns that I think to summarise such creative thinking would be a crime. Nonetheless I think cherishing destiny has been let down by a lot of repetition in description and dialogue. That being said it was not difficult to follow just a little frustrating. I loved the ideas presented in this story and feel that anyone who can look past the technical and grammatical errors and just accept this book for the uniqueness of it. Will enjoy it. I am looking forward to reading the second book ‘Following Destiny’.