I'm an italian girl, a chocolate lover, an avid reader, and a beginner writer. I write mostly love poems and sexy short stories.
"Love is Blindfolded" is my first sexy short story and I'd be very, very, very happy if you purchased it!
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Love is Blindfolded
by M.Sara Forleo
It's a special day for Lisa and Luke. And Lisa intends to make it memorable for Luke, with a special, hot surprise.
A spicy, sexy short story about love, sex, handcuffs and a blindfold.
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- For Nothing
on Oct. 24, 2011
** spoiler alert ** A WARNING TO THE PEOPLE THAT HAVEN'T READ THIS BOOK YET: THIS REVIEW IS A LIVING SPOILER!!!
First of all, I start with saying that this isn't my usual genre. It was my first attempt to read a mafia book. Usually I try to avoid even mafia movies, though some I have seen (some bad, some good), like Donnie Brasco, it was a very good one (and Johnny Depp also got me so bad! Can you blame me for watching it?). But this book was A M A Z I N G !!! It really got me hooked and I was glued to the pages (virtual, since I was reading an epub).
My favorite character was Alex (obvious!): he also reminded me a little of Donnie Brasco/Johnny Depp. An undercover cop, pretending of being a mafioso. And I foud him sweet, determined, loyal, a good friend, good at heart... I loved him! I couldn't help but feel desperate with him when he found Jack's lifeless body... and feel so so sad for him when his wife Charlotte rejected him... and everytime he dreamed or remembered about past moments with her and their little girl Ella... it almost made me cry... (ok, I admit, once I have cried!). And then also when he thought of the times spent with Jack... I felt so sad :( And loved every desperate moment! Masochistic me, yeah, I know!
I also found myself loving some of the bad guys! I really didn't think I would have! I'm a good girl! But Sal and Jimmy weren't that bad after all... right? Oh well, doesn't matter.
It pained me, though, when Sal died. And what a death! Poor guy! Almost burned to death! It was heartbreaking when he begged Alex to shoot him. And I felt for Alex too. It showed he cared for Sal after all. Because he really wasn't that bad of a guy. It even pained me when Sal found out his son had died.
Another scene, among many, I liked was the fight that came out when the assassin, Rafael, got to Wizeguyz. God that was a hell of a bloody fight! Loved every second! Yes, I am a weird girl. So what?
About Rafael, the assassin... well, thre's so much to say, I don't know where to start and how to say it.. Some times I didn't like him, other times I thought after all he wasn't that bad... He even kinda "loved" a woman once... Maybe still loves her somehow... But he really is one of the bad, bad guys. So... not much to love about him, anyway...
The end... The end was WOW! I already knew it wasn't really the end and there's a 2nd book coming out soon. I knew it was unlikely that they caught the real assassin. But the way the assassin made clear his presence... made it clear he was still around... watching Alex and his family and his friends... I haven't seen that coming. It was unexpected. And creepy. And surprising. And amazing!
I can't wait to read the second book!
Nicholas Denmon is really an amazing writer! He always surprises me. Nothing was expected.
I enjoyed this book veeeery much!
And I recommend it to everyone!
- Buffalo Soldiers
on May 04, 2012
I have to admit Nicholas Denmon is always one of my favorite authors. I love his writing. I love everything he writes. And he never ceases to fascinate me.
But... Why, oh why did you leave me hanging on a cliff like that?
Well, wouldn't say it was really a big cliffhanger, but nontheless it left me open-mouthed and with a burning desire to read more. So, please write the 3rd book fast! Please! I need to read it!
Back to Buffalo Soldiers:
I loved this book! I was so absorbed in it that I couldn't stop reading! I read it while having dinner, I read it while having a bath, I read it in bed at night until I fell asleep for exhaustion, I read it while having breakfast, I read it while having lunch, I read it on my laptop and on my smartphone too!
I can say I probably liked this book even more than "For Nothing".
All this considering this is not usually my genre. Usually romances, vampires and demons are my favorite reads. But for this author, for these books, I had to make an exception. They are too good not to read them! They are so good that it didn't matter what genre I was reading. It had all I need in a book. Action, blood, fights, tension, suspence, investigations, kidnappings, escapes, some romance too after all, and fascinating characters.
Although in "For Nothig" Alex was my favorite character (well, okay maybe I was even a little in love with him) and I was also kind of disappointed that he wasn't a very active character in Buffalo Soldiers, I found it also kind of right after all, because it had to make room to some new characters, like Kira, Ivan, Sydney, Briggs, Uncle Dick and others.
Let's talk about Kira: I can't say I totally liked her, especially in the beginning, treating her friends like shit and everything. But she's a kickass heroine like the ones I use to like in my favorite books after all, so she wasn't that bad, just kinda cold, but understandable seeing the life she had and the way she was raised. And I got to like her in the end anyway.
Ivan: Nice character. At times I liked him, at other times I didn't. He wasn't that bad though. He did what he did to survive after all. That was his life. His world.
Sydney: Not the kickass I'd have liked to see, but still a hardass. She's strong and tries to do always her best. Though she seemed kinda naive at times maybe. Guess we'll get to see her in the next book? Maybe with Alex too?
Briggs: I didn't like him from the start. He didn't convince me. He was a weird character. I knew something wasn't right with him, though I didn't want to admit it because Syd liked him. Oh, well.
Uncle Dick: SOB!
Rafael: I really liked him in this book. Much more than in "For Nothing". And I loved the "forced alliance" between him and Kira. They made a great team.
I liked Bobby too.
The Black Widow: I wanted to kick his ass (and not only that) and shut his damned mouth for good! Irritating SOB!
Missing someone? Oh, well, they probably didn't impress me much.
I was sorry about Charlotte... although in "For Nothing" she really got on my nerves, and I didn't like her much, I was sorry for Alex. That part was really sad, together with what happened to Ivan.
So, 5 full stars for Buffalo Soldiers and 5 full stars for Nicholas Denmon.
Highly recommended book. This is a MUST READ. You just can't miss this!
- Demon's Daughter (Emily: Book 1)
on May 21, 2012
Well...what to say about this book? It was just AMAZING! I didn't think I would have liked it so much, but I did!
And I admit I fell in love with Sariel! He's soooo charming! And sweet!
I liked Emily too. She is so funny! And strong. Although sometimes a bit stupid. But I found myself thinking like her most of the time. I think we're somewhat alike, though not totally.
Seth? He just got on my nerves most of the time! I really didn't like that he got along with Asmodeus so well. But maybe he wasn't strong enough to resist Asmodeus's mind control? Might be. Or maybe he was just dumb enough. In that I agreed with Emily. Seth's an idiot at times.
Joanna, their mother, I don't know what to think about her. I just couldn't get either a good or bad impression. She's easily manipulated and it kind of sickened me. And made me sorry for her. And kinda angry.
But mostly, it was Asmodeus sickening me. Just as Emily was sickened and repelled by him.
He's just... Ewwww!
Adam.... uhm... well... I don't like him. It showed from the start that he's an ass. I couldn't agree with Emily there. I couldn't see what she saw in him beside the looks. And, seriously? She got Sariel and he's the greatest guy ever! Why she kept going after that dumbass of Adam?!?!
Annie and Dylan were ok. They're good friends.
What I didn't like in this book was the use of italian phrases. WRONG italian phrases!
One thing you should know about me, I'm italian. And reading all those wrong phrases, all those mistakes... God, my eyes bugged out! I could barely understand what the author wanted to say. It was awful!
-It doesn't exist "Dolce uno" in italian! To say "Sweet one" you could say "Dolcezza".
-What the hell means "Cassaforte di giorno, quella cara"??????? I have yet to understand.
-And "Lo manco anche, Emily"? If you wanna say "I miss you too, Emily" then say "Manchi anche a me, Emily". For God's sake!
-"Quello piccolo" referred to Emily? First thing, "quello piccolo" does not exist! Second, "piccolo" is masculine, not feminine. If you want to say "Little one" you say "Piccolo" if referred to a male, "Piccola" if referred to a female.
-"Lo gradico molto"??? First, it's not "gradico" but "gradisco". Second, it's all so wrong to say "Lo gradisco molto" to a girl when you wanna say "I like you a lot". The right phrase is "Mi piaci molto".
And it goes on and on... It was a herd of mistakes that made me grimace.
I'd like to say something to all authors out there:
If you want to put some italian in your books and you don't speak italian, or you're not at least familiar enough with the language, DO NOT attempt to do it alone! Not even Google translator or whatever stupid translator you can find on the internet or in commerce could help you. You MUST at least ask help to an italian person that knows english. Or go to a REAL translator who knows what he/she's doing!
English readers that don't know italian might be fooled, but if an english reader knows italian enough, would just grimace like I did. If some italian readers like me read your book with so many mistakes... well, do not expect them to give you 5 stars even though the book and the story and everything else were awesome.
In fact, I'm gonna give 4 stars to this book.
- Demon's Revenge: Emily: Book 2
on Aug. 22, 2012
I want to thank the author - Thank you, Ashley! - for this free copy of this ebook. It's been a pleasure helping you :)
Time to review!
So... how to start?
Did I mention already that I should thank Ashley for this free ebook?
This is one of the greatest books ever read! I couldn't put it down!
I enjoyed every minute of my reading, loved every word, almost passed out a couple of times, chuckled many times too, been on the verge of strangling Emily more than a couple of times, been on the verge of jumping on Sariel almost all the time, on the verge of tears a few times... And I also have my two favorite chapters I can't stop thinking about! Chapters 45 and 46 are awesome! Read them a few times. Give me goosebumps. WOW!
The end, though, left me like, "WTF did just happen?!?!?!"
Jeez, how can I wait until 2013 to read the 3rd book??? I can't wait!!!
God, Ashley, you're killing me! I swear!
Anyways, this book is amazing, awesome, wonderful, incredible, heart-melting, heart-breaking..! That's all you need to know to be sure that you MUST read it!
- Don't Fear the Reaper
on Oct. 16, 2012
Oh my God! I'm so out of myself! I started this book crying like a baby for a good 15 minutes at least. And ended it crying again.
This book's beautiful! So emotionally moving. And sad. And touching.
I loved all the characters! Keely, obviously! I was so emotionally involved and it was like I was feeling what/how she felt. And it broke my heart seeing her and Miles "saying goodbye". Banning: loved him from the start! Daniel: although I didn't like him at first, I got to totally love him after a very little while! Jordan: so sweet, though a little naive.
Pete gave me the creeps, and also all the other demons.
I wouldn't have minded some little romance, though. That's my reason for not giving it a full 5 stars but only 4.
I'm hoping for a sequel (and I guess I'll get it, seing that this book is marked as Book 1 of the Netherworld series). And I want more of Daniel! Yeah, I think I got a little crush on him, I know! But I can't help it. Strong, sweet, caring (and blushing!) demons are my Achilles' heel!
- Unlikely Allies
on Oct. 22, 2012
When I first started reading this book, I was somewhat reluctant and doubted I would like it all that much. But a few chapters through, and I was totally loving it! One of the most beautiful books ever read! I enjoyed it so much! It made me cry, smile, giggle, chuckle, got me annoyed when either Kim or Mason acted stupidly, got me worried when they were stranded and sick during the rainstorm, got me angry and sad and annoyed when things between Kim and Mason didn't go well after the accident...
I liked Kimberly a lot. A tough girl, passionate, brave, stubborn, sweet, determined, and with that touch of sarcasm that made me smile so often. A kickass heroine!
At first, I didn't like Mason very much, instead. He mostly treated her bad and was a jerk. It all changed the night of the accident. Then I got to know some of his traits that I liked. And he was good for Kim. Until something-I-can't-tell-you happened and he got back being a jerk again.
But the eding surprised me and pleased me.
And there were some hot scenes in the cave... I thought I was going to burn! Wow!
I immediately liked Rick too. A lot! He's a very nice guy and he cares a lot about Mason, Kim, all the kids and Kim's mom.
Kim's mom, Kate, was okay. Just a tad bit selfish maybe, but a nice woman.
Amy was so cheery and sunny and sweet and lovely! I liked her immediately too. And loved the way her friendship with Kim started out, it was like Friends At First Sight. Very sweet! Very different from Kim's friendship with Car. I don't know, I didn't see sparkles there. They were so different. I loved to see Kim and Amy laugh and get crazy together, instead.
Brad and Dan were cool guys too. Very nice. Both of them. And real friends.
Parker, Lyssa, Quinn, and some other kids I can't remember their names were also amazing. I'd like to read more about the characters of this book. I pretty much liked everyone. There was no hateful chick hitting on the good guy, no hateful guy hitting on our heroine. There were no villains in general. And for a change that was good.
It goes straight to my "Favorites" shelf with a full 5 stars.
- Forever Changed
on Oct. 22, 2012
Wow... will I ever stop crying reading books? I suppose not. And will I ever stop getting all hot and bothered when reading Tiffany King's books? Guess not.
I really liked this book, even though not as much as Unlikely Allies.
Maddon was really hot and I could feel the steam between him and Kass. I totally understand how her hormones got crazed because of him, whenever he was close and even more when he was touching her. I didn't like some of his behaviours, but that aside I found myself falling for him as much as Kass was. As for Kass, I liked her fine, though I didn't love her. Sometimes she got on my nerves, but still, I can't deny she's got balls and she's a tough girl.
Colton is a good guy, very nice and he really cares about Kass. I liked him.
Megan was super sweet and cute.
Most of the time I wanted to just punch Kass' mom in the face and make her face reality.
Lacey was hateful and so mean, I wanted to strangle her.
Miranda was a witch (to not say the B-word).
Drake was nice enough. And Carrie seemed nice too.
All in all, a very good book.
- Hook's Pan
on May 10, 2013
I thank the author and Lovers Of Paranormal group for this free copy. I'm glad I had the chance to read and review this beautiful book.
Although I just found out it was the last of 5 books in the Kingdom series, it can be read as a stand alone easily. I did and enjoyed it a lot. And I'm probably going to look up at the previous 4 books because a fairytale is sweet and cute, but a fairy tale with a sensual twist like this book, is very hot! I'm going to check Marie Hall's other books, because I like her style of writing. I'm especially curious about Red and her Wolf.
Trishelle was a good character and I liked her, even though she was a little too cynical at times. But other than that and the sadness in the beginning, I liked her. No wonder Hook fell for her so quickly.
Oh yes, Hook. There are no words to describe him, really. He was amazing. Such an awesome chracter. And Trisha and him were fantastic together! Fun and sexy! There were fireworks everytime they were in the same room. Very hot! So hot that I needed to fan myself while reading some steamy scenes. Wow! I want a Captain Hook too! Please?
I liked the mermaid, especially the tweens - King and Queen.
Peter Pan was an hateful, stupid, spoiled brat. And gave me the creeps. He and his Lost Boys friends.
The story was good, fast paced and new (well, new to me at least), it was cute, sweet and fun and I liked it. Although I didn't like much that Pan went unpunished.
Very recommended book!
- Waking Sleeping Beauty
on Jan. 19, 2014
I liked this story much better than Book 1, If The Shoe Fits!
It was cute! And way hotter!!
I loved Marcus, I loved Francie and Marcus' mother was soooo sweet!
I'm not sure I'll read book 3 though. Not because I don't like this series or the author or because I think it'll be bad. I just don't feel a connection to Priscilla. I felt that connection with Francie though, and I was curious to read her story. I'm not curious about Priscilla's story at the moment. It could change though.
on Aug. 26, 2014
This was hot and also kind of sweet! I loved it!
- Bound By Her Scent - Twin Canyon Shifters (A BBW Erotic Romance)
on Oct. 06, 2014
It was a veeeery short read but intense and hot.
There isn't much to say about the characters since the story was too short to even get to know them well enough. Ryke was frustrating as hell with his fears. And I am glad Ally took things into her hands (ahem...quite literally, I'd say) and worked that fear out of him. Really, that wasn't the only thing she got out of him, but let's stay on track.
So, this was a hot fast&hard read.
3.5 stars. Too short to give a higher rating.
- Deflowered By My Brother
on April 13, 2017
I feel robbed. Seriously, it was so short it should have been free reading. And it was also disappointing. Rushed. There wasn't even time to start getting hot that it was finished. And I don't just mean the story but the "fucking" as well.
Not worth my money or my time.
on May 16, 2017
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review (Shut Up and Read group).
Mmm... I must say I have some mixed feelings about this book. I'm not saying I didn't enjoy it. I actually read it with much interest and it was a fast read for me, I read it in half a day. But there were some things, some scenes, that left me a bit confused and like "uh, what? what happened?". As, for example, Cabello's end. And I mean Cabello as in the cat/demon or whatever he was. I mean, how did Petrika know who/what he was and how to finish him? And who the hell was she anyway? And how/why did she look so much like Mineau?
But let's get back on track. I liked Mineau, she had guts that's for sure.
I didn't like much Mateo. It's not that he was bad or something, I just didn't fall for him. I actually found him a bit pushy. And sticky. Especially in the beginning. Then he was just sort of.....boring. Peter on the other hand, I liked him.
Bud disgusted me. He really made me want to vomit for what he did to Mineau.
Cabello......well, he/it was just downright crazy and evil. He didn't even realize he had turned into the same things he was hunting. And worse. Well, I guess being a demon and all, it was obvious, uh?. And ok, sure, the "victims" had it coming and deserved punishment. Especially Bud and the sheriff. But still...
And the ending? What is it about Cabello's heir? What will happen? Will it also go after Mineau and Mateo? Guess I'll have to wait for the sequel now..