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Season's Spankings by Evangeline Anderson
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Season's Spankings

by Evangeline Anderson

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Bad sign when a novella is a DNF. The bulk of the story was sex scene, with scant characterization. This would be great if the scenes didn't make me cringe. Something about them - the unbelievable dialog, probably - made me feel like an awkward voyeur. ( )
  Ridley_ | Apr 1, 2013 |
Reviewed by Stephanie
Review copy provided by Ellora's Cave
Evangeline Anderson is at it again! I requested this novella from Ellora's Cave because Anderson is one of my favorite erotica authors. She incorporates somewhat "porn-like" material (not the actual erotic content, but little details like the names -- Lucky Starr? Mr. Payne?) that almost makes her stories parodic, as well as hot BDSM. In the case of Season's Spankings, the BDSM is light -- just a few spanking scenes, as well as dominance and submission; very, very hot.

And the sex scenes. God, the only way I can describe them is that they're scorching! The plot isn't very realistic (back to the porn), but it still makes for a quick, indulgent read. I mean, how likely is it for your boss to have sex with you in his office? Not very, but hey, it's erotica. It happens.

There's a teeny bit of paranormalcy in this book. Lucky discovers a perfume store that carries customized products that claim to "open the door to your soul" -- another example of Anderson's comedic writing. Lucky's concoction transforms her into sexpot, the kind all the guys at the office are lusting over, and it just might be her ticket to Mr. Payne's attentions. But Mr. Payne's got other things on his minds -- things like how to find his way to Lucky's heart -- so in the end, we discover, that sometimes love (and lust) cannot be manipulated. Sometimes, love (and lust) happens on its own. ( )
  RtB | Feb 26, 2012 |
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