DON’T CALL HER ANGEL by Cara McKenna

Description: Emily, a sweet Georgia blond, and her husband, Rasul, a hard Middle Eastern man, have created a mutually-beneficial, Dom/sub marriage for themselves. Will inviting another man into their bedroom disrupt or further fuel their passion?

The Good: This is a really, really, really unusual read. It’s not quite BDSM, but not in any way your run-of-the-mill romance. The narrative is more slice-of-life than straight-forward, and in many ways this story feels more like a character study, with the author digging deeper and deeper into the three people at its center. The sex is written incredibly hot, and I have never read a couple quite like this. I love that they’re both in direct conflict with the way they were raised. If you’re looking for something different, something edgy, pick this book up.

The Bad: Those who are fans of plot-driven novels with straightforward HEA narratives might want to avoid this one. This is two commercial erotic romances what edgy indie films are to commercial movies.

The Naughty: Erotic. Threesome. Role Play. Possible Triggers for those with SA in their past. 

Editing issues: One typo found.

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave

Length: 110 pages (Amazon estimated length)

Final Grade: A-

Click on the book cover to buy at Amazon for $5.20.

 

Love IR romance as much as I do? Then pick up THE OWNER OF HIS HEART and HER RUSSIAN BILLIONAIRE, the first two books in my 50 Loving States series for $4.16 each at Amazon.

 

 

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