- File Size: 801 KB
- Print Length: 120 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 31, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017TR9Z02
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #910,459 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Of course, desire and sex often occur together (the former usually being the cause, the latter the effect), but that’s not always true. I’ve read far too many self-styled “erotic” stories in which the author’s primary concern seemed to be who was doing what to whom, without much attention paid to how anyone felt about the process. Meanwhile, it’s possible to write (though difficult to sell!) erotic tales that include little or no sexual activity. For instance, I have a BDSM story (“Stroke”, originally published in the anthology Please Sir) in which the hero is a Dom half paralyzed by a cerebral hemorrhage, who seduces his kink-curious nurse without ever touching her.
I’ll lay out my bias clearly before I continue. I’m far more interested in the infinite variations of desire than I am in the ultimately limited repertoire of sexual acts.
Elisabeth Joye’s debut novella Invisible Ink is almost one hundred percent sex scenes. At the same time, it’s one of the most erotic books I’ve read in a while. The book’s premise is a bit implausible—a woman so ensnared by sexual need for one particular man that she will do anything to be with him, regardless of the consequences—but Ms. Joye focuses so strongly on Lex’s inner life that I could suspend my disbelief, at least while I was reading.
Jake is literally a rock star. Lex begins as a fan. When he singles her out from the crowd of adoring groupies, she falls deeply and permanently under his spell.Read more ›
Jake Reed is the front man for the band of Inkjet. Taking questions from fans one night leads him to meeting Lex. Lex is instantly drawn to his beautiful eyes and handsome looks. But as time goes by and she attends one of his concerts she is asked to stay after. Jake has never forgotten Lex since the first time he met her. And he plans on giving her a choice that she cannot refuse.
This is a very hot read. Jake and Lex cannot get enough of each other. While reading this book I was conflicted about how I felt. Yes the chemistry is very hot and everyone dreams of being in Lex’s shoes at one time in their life. However this is the unhealthiest relationship for them both. I am not saying that in a bad way. It works for them.
This book consists of three parts. A large amount of time between the characters separation. Between break ups Lex tries to move on with her life but one text from Jake stops everything. They are addicted to each other. He is in complete control at all times. With that being said anytime Lex does break up or ask for space Jake really gives her what she needs. Sometimes that is for years at a time.
This was a good and quick read. I felt better about the relationship towards the end of the book. You learn that they really do love each other, it’s just on their terms and what they are willing to live with.
My Favorite Moment: Okay, I actually have two all-time favorite moment.
I really laughed out loud when Lex was on a date with Nick and Jake just happened to be at the club.
My other all-time favorite has to be in Part three when Lex gets her tattoo.
How do you go on with your life when someone else has invaded EVERY cell of your body and soul but something happens and makes your world come crashing down? You try but you can't. You cant get that person off your mind if even for a second, you try to put other people, things etc in their place, but it just doesn't ever work. That is what Lexi has been trying to do for 2 years and for 2 years, she has not been "happy". Until she gets a certified envelope with something inside that changes everything.
This book is an amazingly hot steamy sexy story of Jake and Lexi and you need to go pick it up on New Years Eve 2015 to read it for yourself and see for yourself. I look forward to more books by Elisabeth Joye!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was a bottle of mixed emotions reading Invisible Ink. In the beginning I was a little unsure of whether or not I was really going to enjoy this. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Reviews from the Heart
A great novella to indulge in all your dirty rock star fantasies! Jake Reed is not only kinky, but creative. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
From page 1, this book draws you in and I could not put it down. The writing is rich, descriptive and a fairy tale story anyone would love with their Hollywood crush. Brava!!Published 7 months ago by Sharon J. Parks
Loved storyline & characters,lex has never felt more exposed,jake reed lead singer of rock band inkjet,to undress & tie her to chair backstage after a show,only have him leave her... Read morePublished 7 months ago by dc
erotica with some romantic elements added but you do get a happy-ish for now ending. With that being said, it’s definitely worth the read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sarah Mel (Smut and Bonbons)
This is a sexy, sassy story. I could not put it down once I started it. I love how a obsession can turn into some kind of romance.Published 7 months ago by Jeanette Hansen
Who says that writing about realistic sex relationships is boring? Well, as realistic as the story of an unlikely dark romance between a rock star and his fan can be. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lilah E. Noir