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miércoles, 16 de agosto de 2017

This is the best Bait

Hey, book buddies :-) How is your summer going? Enough bait to keep reading? :-D


Author: Jade West 
Genre: Romance, Suspense 
Photographer: Wander Aguiar
Model: Jonny James
Cover Designer: RBA Designs 

A stranger online. Dark hair and even darker eyes that knew my dirty desires before I did. 
A fantasy that should never be spoken. But he pulled the confession from me. 
And now he’s coming for me.
Rough. Dirty. Dangerous.
It’s supposed to be one night to get me off and make me forget.
He’ll make me his and I’ll pretend I don’t want him to.
I’ll run and he’ll chase. 
Because I asked him for this.
I begged him for this.
Tonight, in the darkness, he’s the hunter.
And I’m the bait.

Curious about my opinion? 

Brutal, honest, erotic, frighteningly tempting.

I always start a book by this author with a little (a lot) trepidation. I know I will love her wild imagination, I know I relish her beautifully dark writing. Yet I never know if what she writes will break my poor mental protections. Sometimes I love everything, sometimes I cringe at a taboo that's too much for me.

This time, I found myself totally mesmerized. Abigail is broken inside. You can feel her emptiness and despair when she finally gives in and seeks to turn a recurrent nightmare into reality. She wants her monster in dreams to chase her for real. And grab her with carnal intent. Willingly unwilling. She plays with the devil with her eyes wide open. That's a premise bound to be unforgettable.

The raw writing reflects a keen sense of the darkness within, and the cleansing freedom it brings when it is embraced. Every phase this taboo pact goes through is masterfully played out. The fear of making a mistake, the implicit trust that it won't end up in murder or even accepting that fate. Then the first taste of requested violence. I thought it was all incredibly fascinating even though I recoiled a bit in my own fear of the situation if it were real. What a paradox. The stalking, the planning, the actual taking of the fleeing female, all of it was detailed in earnest and with care. Loved every little twisted thing.

Of course, both characters deserve their chapters with independent point of views. They both have secrets and tortured real lives. The final part when those lives collide packs so much tragedy that it is palpable. Tears, heartbreak and violence all combine before hope breaks like the dawn.

My only complaint is that the F word is sometimes used every three words, repeatedly. I love the F word, when it is used wisely. Otherwise, it misses the point.

I'm completely satisfied with this intense story, it's dark romance with very steamy encounters for the connoiseur palate, and two souls with matching deviant behaviours. Decadently good.   

Enjoy these teasers!


Jade has increasingly less to say about herself as time goes on, other than the fact she is an author, but she’s happy with this fact. 
Living in imaginary realities and having a legitimate excuse for it is really all she’s ever wanted. 
Jade is as dirty as you’d expect from her novels, and talking smut makes her smile. 
She lives in the Herefordshire countryside with a couple of hounds and a guy who’s able to cope with her inherent weirdness. 
She has a red living room, decorated with far more zebra print than most people could bear and fights a constant battle with her addiction to Coca-Cola.
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