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bsnick's favorite authors on Smashwords

Annika Robyns
Latest book: Programming Lucy. Published June 11, 2013. (1.50 from 2 reviews)
Aphrodite Hunt
Latest book: Bared and Spread-eagled: The Painted Girl. Published April 22, 2017.
Latest book: Holes. Published June 5, 2015.
Cindy Atherton
Latest book: Fetish Hospital: Kinky Doctor. Published August 19, 2016.
Cindy Sutton
Latest book: Every Man's Fantasy. Published May 23, 2017.
Dirk Rockwell
Latest book: Slamming The Perverted Escort's Ass. Published January 23, 2017.
Irma Marazza
Latest book: Milfania. Published October 2, 2017.
Jenevieve DeBeers
Latest book: Pet MILF. Published May 25, 2017.
Michael California
Latest book: Anal Erotica: The Complete Collection. Published December 15, 2011.
Michael Scott Taylor
Latest book: Filthy Erotic Sex - 4 Dirty Stories. Published March 15, 2017.
Nicole Draylock
Latest book: Breeder of the Pack. Published February 13, 2018.
Nikki Fox
Latest book: The Perverts 4: Brainwashed into BDSM. Published September 3, 2015.
Raquel Rogue
Latest book: Busted. Published March 17, 2016.
Rosa Otori
Latest book: Her Shrinking Skirt. Published March 2, 2012.
Tabitha Kohls
Latest book: Busted. Published November 27, 2015.
TJ Holland
Latest book: Tasty Treat - 8 Dirty Stories. Published November 18, 2014.

Smashwords book reviews by bsnick

  • Degrees of Delusion on Aug. 22, 2013

    I'd love to see this character as the subject of a new book, or a series of shorts. Granted, being homosexual (or at least a man with a crush on another man) will probably limit the market some, but he's a schemer like so many other Buroker main characters. It would be fun to see him run across members of Amaranthe's crew. I'm sure he'd give them flashbacks to their time in Emperor's Edge. The story does come across as somewhat stunted, given that we see the beginning, we see the result of the plan, but we don't see the plan in action. The middle part was sort of skipped over, and though I can see why it did sort of make the story leap forward unexpectedly. I'm loath to give this less than 5, but all things considered it feels a little bit like a section of the story was removed, so I'll go with a 4 and a recommendation that people read this anyway.