Monday, April 24, 2017

Noir's "G-Spot"

Title: Juicy
“G-Spot” by Noire  

Reviewed by T’s Blogging

Good morning family, friends, and page watchers. It took me only one day to finish this book. Talk about AMAZING! Okay, so most readers will automatically draw a few similarities between The Coldest Winter Ever and G-Spot. However, in truth, the only similarities between the two novels would be the heart and soul both urban authors had while writing their books. G-Spot has this urban flare, with an erotic and sexual tension that is entangled with a storyline that will have you screaming, blushing, and praying as you become so involved.  
     Noire’s invites readers into Juicy’s life, which is filled with hardship, grief, death, loneness, drama, and the need to survive. No surprise Juicy ended up with G, Harlem’s heartless, big timing drug dealer.
       Without giving too much of the story away, I must tell you this, “Do not be like me and assume that this book is only about the sweet spot most woman crave to have touched.” Noire offers more than the obvious. This story was masterfully told and there is nothing I would change—well, except what happened to Juicy in toward the end. It was difficult getting through those last few chapters, but it was indeed sweet after reading the last page.
    Thank you Noire for giving us more than just the same ole’ predictable erotic read.

I give "G-Spot" 5 STARS!

Until next time,


T’s Blogging 

Monday, April 17, 2017

Sparrow Beckett's "Finding Master Right"


Product Details  

Title: Hooked!
"Finding Master Right" by Sparrow Beckett

Reviewed by T's Blogging

Hello Saints, Sinners, and Page Watchers. It's Monday, and I have another review for you. Last week, I had a chance to read "Finding Master Right." Let me start by telling you that this author has really taken the erotica genre up a notch. When I invited myself into Kate and Banner's dominant and submissive world, turning to that last page was upsetting. Yet, that usually happens when a book lover finishes a great read.

Honestly, I am beyond thrilled that Beckett wrote this story, because folks, the erotica genre was starting to become saturated with romance novels, which were incorrectly categorized. It appears that some authors felt they could piggyback off E.L. James explosion. And round of applause to those romance authors that succeeded. However, just know, by incorrectly labeling your book, you jeopardize crippling a flourishing genre. But then came Beckett.  

From the first two sentences of Beckett's book, the tone is immediately set, and the author never waivers from the kinky and vigor storytelling. Now, this is a short read. But rest assured, it is packed with so much naughtiness as well as vivid details, that the length of the novel is made up by the mental porn. 

I'm sure you're wondering, "Well, T. if it's that good, why did you only give this book 4 1/2 stars?" And my answer honestly would be, there was one major hang up. The character Kate was so uncertain that her back and forth personality drove me crazy. And while some readers may argue that Kate's behavior mirrors an individual that's trying out the BSM relationship for the first time. I would disagree. When Kate was introduced to readers, they are given this impression that deep down she's aware of what she wants, she just needs someone to drag it out of her. So, the hang up is simple, at times Kate's behavior did not always match her personality.

Nonetheless, my erotica lovers, kink is back!!!

I give "Finding Master Right" 4 1/2 stars.

Monday, April 10, 2017

Opal Carew's "His to Claim"

Product Details
Title: Short but Decent
“His to Claim” by Opal Carew

Reviewed by T’s Blogging

Good morning family, friends, and page watchers. I truly dread reviews like this one, so please brace yourself for my two cents. Author Opal Carew's novel, "His to Claim," was okay..., but it was missing something. Before I go into explaining my opinion, let me first tell you that overall, this was a good read. The sexual scenes were explicit as well as arousing, and exciting. And though this book is now currently listed under the romance genre, I'm unsure if some of you romance lovers will agree with the classification. So, let's get on with what happened in the story.

There's this woman, Melanie, and she is totally into her boss, Rafe. Due to Melanie's feelings and Rafe's oblivion in regards to her romantic emotions toward him, she quits her job as his secretary, and decides to work at a coffee shop. Talk about strange, but okay, let's go with it. Rafe questions Melanie about why she quit, and her reply was something along the lines of, I want to pursue a career as a freelance artiest, and waiting tables frees up time to do so. After that conservation Rafe and Melanie so happened to bump into each other, and out of nowhere a sexual relationship emerges between them too. Melanie is instantly smitten with Rafe; however, Rafe has some internal issues he needs to work through before he can fully commit to another woman. And though Melanie is willing to wait, temptation keeps knocking on her door.

Overall the story was good. And as I mentioned before, the sexual scenes were extremely entertaining as well as vivid. My issue, however, was how quickly the story was told, which takes away from reader and character bonding. I never found a rhythm with Melanie. And her emotions, including her sexual ones, read as if they were only surface feelings. In essences, Melanie's character was under developed, where's Rafe's character wasn't. 

I give "His to Claim" 3 stars.  

Monday, April 3, 2017

Julie James' "Just the Sexiest Man Alive"

Product Details 
Title: Blushing
“Just the Sexiest Man Alive” by Julie James

Reviewed by T’s Blogging

Good morning family, friends, and page watchers. Well, it's safe to say that for whatever reason I cannot, for the life of me, stop browsing through the erotica and romance genres. I stumbled upon Author Julie James' novel by accident. Or shall I say it was by fate? Almost immediately, I fell in love with the main character, Taylor Donovan. And could not put this book down. I found myself blushing, giggling, and yelling as Taylor, briefly relocates to L.A. to work on huge case, and finds herself in a mess of all sorts. So, what happened?

Without giving too much of the story away here's a quick recap. Taylor is forced to work with a cocky, gorgeous actor, by default I must add, by the name is Jason Andrews. With women practically losing their minds whenever Jason is seen, he'd developed the idea that he's this irresistible god sent man. And that all women desire to be with him, which includes the head strong Taylor Donovan. As the story unravels readers learn that an issue from Taylor's past, along with Jason's enormous ego and whorish tendencies, keeps her from entertaining the idea of dating a man like him. However, as many of us know, sometimes we ignore all the ringing alarms and find ourselves dating a guy that totally goes against our better judgement. And guess what readers? Taylor is no different. 

Honestly, this was a really great read. For you book lovers that enjoy romance novels without the explicit scenes, this book is for you. This conservatively written novel is charming.

I give "Just the Sexiest Man Alive" 4 1/2 stars.  

Monday, March 27, 2017

Bella Jewel & Lauren McKellar's "Til Death: Part II"

Title: Erotic Part II
“Til Death: Part II” by Bella Jewel & Lauren McKellar

Reviewed by T’s Blogging

Good morning family, friends, and page watchers. After reading Bella Jewel's book one, I could not help but to read book two. OMG moment! As well as a roller coaster ride. Katia is a hot mess and readers will see just how a scorn woman behaves, what she looks like, and just how far she’s willing to go for the sweet taste of revenge.

While Part II picks up perfectly where Part I leaves off, I promise, readers will be shocked by how different Katia is. It’s as if she did a complete 180. And honestly, booklovers will be applauding her strength as well as become frustrated with her inability to see pass the betrayal. 

Instead of Katia being this venerable woman, Marcus slips into that role and that makes for a very interesting change.

Author Bella Jewel and Lauren McKellar stay true to the cheek flushing erotic sex scenes and the fast pace of the story. Honestly, there is nothing that could be added or taken out of this novel. I was excited by the many chin-dropping sections and innocent humor. Readers grab a tissue because Jewel and McKellar will demand it!

I give Til Death Part II 5 stars 

Until next time,


T’s Blogging 

Monday, March 20, 2017

2016 Reader Choice Award Winner!

We here at WeSaidIt: Literary Reviews, would first like to thank everyone for participating in our 2016 Reader Choice Award contest. It is with great pleasure and excitement to announce that our 2016 winner is...
Congratulation L.D. Rose!  

Sunday, February 26, 2017

2016 READER CHOICE AWARD

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Monday, February 20, 2017

Thomas Rottinghaus' "Graywulf"

Title: No Connection
“Graywulf” by Thomas Rottinghaus  

Reviewed by T’s Blogging

Good morning family, friends, and page watchers. Let me take a deep breath before I pour out my soul.
      The first few chapters of any book will either force the reader to continue onward or halt their progression, which forces them to find another read. As for Author Thomas Rottinghaus’ fantasy novel, Graywulf, I fell in love with the first chapter. The written artistry is so vivid and imaginative that readers can mentally visualize Lynch and Ned Roark trudging through a mountainous terrain; they can witness the evil and fear of the two children, and see Ned Roark’s soul leaving his body as he reveals that the magii’ri are coming for Lynch. However, something happened halting my connection?
     I am unsure what transpired along my journey into Rottinghaus’s world, but I laid this book down and picked it up a total of four times over the past year. And each time I was unable to proceed pass chapter three. The first chapter truly stimulated my need to figure out what happened to Lynch, who were the magiir’ri, and so forth. However, chapter two really soiled this book for me. I was so captivated by Lynch that I desired…, no I needed the next chapters to be about that character. Instead, when the story began to discuss Scribes and Nish, I was completely turned off and just could not get into the feel of the novel.
     Although my next statement is unprecedented and so unlike me, I have decided not to rate this book. I’ve also decided to write another review on this read once the connection is made. Call me crazy, but I must finish this read to give an honest review. I ask that the author be patient with me, or simply take this review for what it is worth, which is informational. The excitement in chapter one quickly declined, and though Graywulf is only book one of the series as well as the point that some of the boring information or the foundation needs to be established, some readers are unable to remain connected with such a huge falling-off.  
    
Until next time. Happy reading.


T’s Blogging 
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