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There was just so much going on with the seven dwarves lineage I found it hard to keep up. And seriously, what's wrong with characters having commonplace names, you know, like Rosemary.
Obviously this title was not for me but I bet it's someone's shiny read apple.
Rosemary is a cambion - a succubus-cross-breed - and needs to have a `nest' of men to support and `feed' her. She thinks her nest is complete, but it becomes apparent that it needs a Prince to complement and strengthen it, in order to resist potentially fatal attacks from her biggest rival, her jealous mother.
In order to take a Prince, she needs to release one of her current nest and this will be a heartbreaking decision to make. For if she doesn't take this step, she puts her entire nest at risk - if she dies, her nest will die along with her.
Writing a book with 7 lovers gives plenty of opportunity for erotic action and the sex in this book was as hot as you expect any Bianca Sommerland to be, but balanced with tenderness and musing. In other writers hands this could have turned into a tacky romp, but not here. Ultimately though, I felt the first half was a little slow, mainly with the need to establish so many separate characters and I didn't really feel gripped and engaged until half way through. As such, I'm awarding it 4 stars.
Hook you. It did take me a while to get into the story but i am so glad i read it, i really enjoyed it!