Review: Arraya’s Addiction by Jocelyn Dex

Posted May 21, 2013 by Ginny in Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance, Reviews / 1 Comment

Review: Arraya’s Addiction by Jocelyn Dex
Araya’s Addiction by Jocelyn Dex
Genres: Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance
Published by Ellora’s Cave on January 11, 2013
Format: Ebook
Pages: 97
Source: Author

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Overall Rating:

Book Description:

Book Description:
When Kean wakes up naked, collared and locked in a cell, he knows thinking with his dick has finally gotten him into trouble.

Kean, part Incubus, enjoys scorching and frequent sex. One night, he finds himself a prisoner forced to help a Sempire rescue her daughter from certain death. To gain his freedom, Kean must provide Araya with his semen to save her life, but she refuses it, even though the lust between them is undeniable.

Determined to escape and to help Araya, Kean ups the stakes and forces Araya into a situation that makes it impossible for her to continue refusing him. Feeling betrayed, Araya enacts a scheme to get Kean out of her life. Her best laid plans may awaken emotions that will bind them to each other forever.


Ginny’s Review:
Okie dokie… well… I have heard of vampires, and incubi and succubi, and a vast array of demons species… however, I don’t think I’d ever heard of a sempire — a vampire, but instead of needing blood to survive, they need semen.  I don’t find myself to be a prude at all, but can I just say, “well…. ew.”

This very short book had me wavering between giggling, getting kind of hot and bothered and wrinkling my nose. There are some amusing parts, and some weird parts and some lovely parts. As something to just quickly read to say you have, it’s good. It’s less that 100 pages long, and is a very simple read. I can’t really say much in here about the book without giving something or other away.

It was an ok short story, very sexy at times, but the storyline is a little odd and I do not think it rates a $5.00 price tag for the eBook, especially as it IS so short.

So a three out of five from this reviewer. It has redeeming qualities but not for the price and such a short book.

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