Good morning and welcome to this week’s edition of In the Books, featuring Dreamtime Sensuality by David Russell.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary ebook copy in exchange for an honest review.
Okay, I only feel it’s right to say I’m not a fan of romance. It’s not really my thing, but I do enjoy a good story or stories. That’s the part that caught my attention with Dreamtime Sensuality. It’s a collection of four stories, each following the same basic formula of highly intelligent women that look to fulfill their needs and desires through voyeurism and self-control. Each woman firmly controls their desires until the perfect moment of their seduction scenarios that relate to their profession.
While the stories were similar to one another, each had a different take on various professions of the women and kept it fresh throughout. The one thing I do have to say is there are some moments where I wanted to see the scene fleshed out more, but that was balanced with the poetic style each story was told. I actually caught myself reading it like a verse and that’s something I rarely, if ever, do, so props to the author on eliciting that from me.
This was a pleasant surprise and I truly enjoyed it. It felt like something better to read outside relaxing than anywhere else, and I found that to be an interesting development.
If you’re looking for a quick, relaxing romantic read, this could be just the thing.