Leelou Cervant


Adorer of history, books, romance, movies, all genres of metal, and all things DIY. When I am not behind my computer, clicking away to complete one of my many stories, you can find me pouring over a new research book, prowling thrift or book stores, stooped over my sewing machine, checking out a new or favorite flick, relaxing with a great metal playlist blaring, or hanging out with my guy. I do not consider myself any kind of authority on any subject, but I absolutely relish reading about history, and writing is my greatest passion. The only thing that gives me more pleasure than writing a book itself is learning that someone has found joy in reading it.

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Smashwords book reviews by Leelou Cervant

  • Bred by the Troll on Nov. 30, 2014

    I enjoyed this erotic monster/fantasy tale very much. The writing was excellent and the sex steamy. My only complaint was that it was way too short, especially for the price. This is one I think would be awesome as a full length novel. I am looking forward to reading more from this author!
  • Plushie: An Erotic Romp on Nov. 30, 2014

    Wow! This was like Ted, but without all the prophanity. The idea behind the story is what I found erotic rather than the actual sex scenes. And funny! I have not been this entertained by a story in years! I could not put my eReader down! For me, this story, this author, deserves 10 stars! Thanks for such a great read! I loved Mr. Biddlesworth and I hope he and Sierra get a sequel!
  • The Eviction on Dec. 01, 2014

    Loved it, loved it, loved it! I loved that the characters were just normal people just trying to make it through life as best they could. And even though the rough bad boys are so irresistable, in my opinion, the handsome sweet guys are just as sexy. Awesome read, especially as it ended as it did. And, of course, as I've come to expect, the writing itself was excellent!
  • Cherry Float on Dec. 06, 2014

    Another win for the amazing Clea Kinderton! For a writer to create a character who sounds and acts like the real thing is an amazing thing; something I don’t think all writers can do. But Kinderton does it superbly. Kayla’s every word and thought, every expression and action truly mirror that of a real life teenage girl in love with her stepfather. There’s been so many times that I’ve tried to read a book and wound up rolling my eyes and tossing it aside, saying: “God this chick (female character who was SO not a teenage girl) is too pathetic!” Cherry Float’s eighteen-year-old Kayla is inexperienced and juvenile, but that’s EXACTLY how most teenage girls really are. This true to life tale of forbidden desires was cheerfully erotic and a truly refreshing read.
  • Breeding the Bad Girl on Dec. 09, 2014

    I am not much into the whole spanking thing, but I went ahead and purchased this one because I love this author. Kinderton has a knack for getting us to see the stimulating side of things otherwise considered distasteful or taboo—well, at least she does for me. As anticipated, the writing was great and the story was entertaining.
  • The Beast's Lust (Monster Erotica) on Dec. 26, 2014

    The writing was pretty good and the story entertaining, especially the comical parts.
  • Fucking for the Rent on Dec. 27, 2014

    A well written, funny, steamy read. I had hoped it would end a bit more romantically, and it was a little too short, in my opinion, for the price, but enjoyable all the same.
  • The Pregnant Mother Down The Street on Jan. 02, 2015

    I found this one more sweet than erotic. The writing wasn't too bad, either.
  • Curves and Milk (BBW Lactation Sex) on Jan. 02, 2015

    A well written, fun, enjoyable read. I only wish the boss had turned out to be unmarried, which would have created a well-deserved hook-up for the lovely, curvy Erin. My only real complaint, though, was the length of the story. I thought it a little too short for the price.
  • Milk Money: Anything He Desires (Lactation Erotica) on Feb. 13, 2015

    This one was OK. It started out promising, but I found the end a bit lacking. I prefer solid endings, not ones that leave you hanging, unsure of how things will turn out. There were grammar issues throughout the book, but nothing that detracted from getting through the story. I give it three stars because I think the author has potential to be a good writer.
  • The Enchanted Elf on Aug. 08, 2015

    Another fabulously scintillating, well written read from the amazing Kinderton! The only things I found dissatisfactory about this one was its ending (unless they are part of a series, I prefer solid finishes with all issues settled) and its short length (for the price), which is why I have given it four stars instead of five. Overall, however, I do not feel it was a waste of my time. Far from it. Once I started reading I could not stop till I was finished.
  • Big Business, Beautiful Curves on Aug. 08, 2015

    This was a cute, sexy little tale. It would have been even better had it been longer—an inclusion of Travis’s perspective of the curvy Julia would have been great—but I enjoyed it all the same.
  • Lemons In Their Slippers: An Erotic Romance Retelling Of The Twelve Dancing Princesses on Aug. 29, 2015

    I have to say: I find Guillaume’s writing style somewhat reminiscent of those classic author’s I so love—Hawthorne, Dickens, Heyer… Theirs were works dedicated to much telling rather than showing, but they did it so well. Long, flowing paragraphs of intricate portrayals to draw you into the worlds in which they wrote about. Now days, authors and publishers and readers outright condemn this type of writing, calling it “a dead style,” but it has always been, and always will be, my preferred method of reading a story. Sure, dialogue can hold tremendous power in a story, but there is something so beautiful and endearing about pages dedicated to a place, person, or thing that just thrills me to the core. Guillaume’s Lemon’s In Their Slippers is a nice little retelling of the classic fairy tale—with some very titillating additions—filled with just the kind of lengthy, evocative descriptions that I so enjoy.