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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Cecily is a go getter type of personality and she takes her duty as a spy very seriously. Rajasthan should have crumbled after the the Empire withdrew its backing and she has been sent to see just how well they are getting on. When her carriage is waylaid early into the mission, things go decidedly awry and Cecily finds herself naked and seduced by a bandit as her coach is taken from underneath her. Angry, but very aroused by this feisty blackguard, she falls under his spell and is striped, tied up, caged and has wild and unparalleled sex like she has never known, but has always dreamed of. Will Cecily complete her mission, or will the beguiling eyes of Pratan, the king's brother bewitch her into forgetting why she journeyed to the fall off land to begin with?
At first the story rolls out like a very spicy abduction story, with some very graphic and delicious sex scenes that quite frankly curled my toes. Lisabet Sarai never fails to delight with her tales. In this one, we have the exotic culture of an Arabian Nights kind of set up, complete with a jealous sex slave and a king that will leave no stone unturned to explore all the carnal delights he can conceive of. Pratan, the king's brother, is a hunky yet conflicted hero. He was cursed at birth by a witch to become a rutting beast and that is exactly what he is when the moon casts its wicked spell. Cecily's arrival has put Pratan's change into overdrive and it becomes dangerous for everyone around them. Cecily must use all of her skills as a spy to find out the secrets of this exotic land and stop a curse before it destroys everything she begins to hold dear.
This book really took me far and wide. At first you have a kidnapping fantasy with rip roaring sex that honestly left me breathless. Then you have a ménage with kinky toys that made me crunch ice. ( A lot). Then you add a paranormal twist and I couldn't decide what I enjoyed more. It all worked. Every part of it. The hero was alpha male all the way, but had a soft side too and that made me fall for him too. The heroine was brave and adventurous and embraced every experience that came her way. I loved that. The action was amazing and the sex scenes sizzled through my e-reader. The other thing about this book was the steampunk elements that added spice to an already fun plot. Gadgets that tie you up by oral command, collars that kill and more await in this fast paced and stimulating read.
If you want a scorching summer read that will take you back into the past for a spy story that is like no other you are likely to come across, then you have to give this one a try.
Originally posted at Long and Short Reviews
So far, so good. At first glance Cecily Hammersmith is a typical steampunk heroine--independent, strong, resourceful. Yet underneath the tough demeanor is a woman rippling with sexual energy, an untamed lionness whose strong willed nature belies her desire to yield control to her fiercest adversaries--or make that two. Amir and Pratan are the yn-and-yang of Rajasthani Moon, one gentle and erudite, one rough and crude, Yet in the same way the novel is no less complex, with twists and turns so steamy one may want to keep a fan nearby just to cool off afterwards. But such is the beauty of Lisbet Sarai, a storytelling seductress who weaves her charms and prose--and weaves them well.
Far be it from me to give up the ending, but if you like your erotica extra spicy with a hint of danger, Rajasthani Moon is for you. Five Stars.