Before I start part 29 in my 26-Week Book Challenge I would like to say that it’s quite hard to keep on track with finishing your third book when you wake up at 5am because the characters from your previous book demand sex. Needless to say I’ve taken a little detour. On the plus side, this means I will have one more story for my erotic short story collection.
So, this week will be a post quite close to my heart, because I will be discussing my favourite side character, and from the title of the post you can probably guess that this one is a villain.
Description:“Do you think it’s possible to want to fuck someone you don’t even like?” With those words, Matt knew Jill was interested in having sex with someone else.
A stand alone story of sexy suspicion and sinful confession featuring Matt and Jill, the couple from The Uncertain Cuckold series.
As Jill is out on her work’s Christmas dinner, Matt waits for her to return. His jealousy and his imagination wreak havoc the longer she stays out, but nothing compares to the enthralling truth Jill reveals upon her return.
Confessions breed consequences, as Jill discovers when she wishes to keep her working life and her private life apart. Young Matt is adamant he will be attending the office party, the following week, in Jill’s place of work
Jill’s devastation and darkness entangle as one. She is forced to either ignore or embrace, unwrapping her own fantasies of control, of dominance and of exhibition.
Another Monday, another post in my 26-Week Book Challenge. I have no idea how long this one will be, since I’m still a little distracted with what I’ve been doing this past weekend, which is this:
Not to that standard, but the fantastic Mugenkyo run a taiko dojo and every now and then they do a workshop where you are taught the basics of how to play taiko, which is the most brilliant fun I’ve had in a long time. I’ve got the bug.
Why: Had to finish the series, and it was a Christmas present.
Rating: 4 Stars
Description:Elizabethan spy Mal Catlyn has everything he ever wanted—his twin brother Sandy restored to health, his family estate reclaimed and a son to inherit it—but his work isn’t over yet. The guisers’ leader, Jathekkil, has reincarnated as the young Prince Henry Tudor, giving Mal a chance to eliminate his enemies whilst they are at their weakest.
With Sandy’s help Mal learns to harness his own magic in the fight against the renegade skraylings, but it may be too late to save England. Schemes set in motion decades ago are at last coming to fruition, and the barrier between the dreamlands and the waking world is wearing thin…
Another entry in my 26-Week Book Challenge, and I have now officially exceeded the supposed limit suggested by the title, because this is entry number 27. Yes, I’ll do anything to write a weekly blog post, including devoting a number of weeks to a question which I said I wouldn’t answer. This is not one of those weeks though, because this week I’m talking about a series I wish had gone on longer.
Last week was a ‘proper’ post, so this week it’s time for another interlude, in my quest to try and balance things out a little bit more. This question wanted me to give you my most surprising plot twist or ending, and the title of this post kind of says it all, because for me most books are a surprise. Unless I’ve read them before, of course.