Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Wicked Wednesday

Wicked Wednesday is pretty much self-explanatory. 
It's the day for those book reviews of select nommy tales that are so super steamy and erotic, they must come with a warning label. So hang your cloak of virtue on the rack and join me in the debauchery.
Mature ~ 18+



*Book source ~ A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.
Published ~ 27 February 2016
Genre ~ Anthology | Erotica | Horror
Pages ~ 133

My Rating ~ 4 bites

This is an anthology of stories based on superstitions and folklore. I was familiar with none of them and found them to be quite interesting. And they are most definitely not Disneyed-up. They contain sex and horror and are not for the faint-hearted. Well-written and creative, they will both titillate and horrify usually in the same story. If you enjoy having the creepy and the scary make the hairs on your body stand on end then by all means read this at night. However, if you prefer not to jump at unexpected noises and have your heart beat out of your chest then it might be best to read this in the day. Bright sunlight recommended.

Each of the titles gives the main point being addressed in the tale. Ewwww, is my main reaction to all of these but they are so wonderfully written that I can’t take off points for grossing me out. Very few of these have a happily ever after, so be warned.

Foreword: Voices From the Edges ~ Written in poem form. Poetry is not my thing.
Against Murder
Against Faithlessness
Against Indolence
Against Deceit
Against Envy
Against Miserliness ~ This one is my favorite.
Against Blind Rivalry ~ This is my 2nd favorite.
Against Prolonging the Torment of Grief ~ This is my least favorite.
Against Greed and Ingratitude
Against Lechery
Against Trickery in Love
Against Caution

2 comments:

  1. Erotic horror, that is an interesting idea. I've read retelling, but this sounds interesting. I'll have to see if my library has this. At 133 pages, it would be a quick read. I might grab it for my vacation that I take in the summer. I like it when I have some stories that are completely different on that trip. Thanks for sharing.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads

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    1. It's definitely different. :D You're welcome!

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