Wake Me Up

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Wake Me Up

Caitlyn Willows went out on a limb combining the neighborhood-haunted house, which Isabelle cares for, and time travel to 1901. At first you wonder how she's going to interest us in something more than the haunted house thing, then she has 2007, 25 year old, sexually frustrated Isabelle casting a spell to find a master at loving.

The Isabelle character is well developed but Daniel seems a little short of character, although he does seem to prove he's the man for the job. Ms Willows writes sexy sex scenes in Wake Me Up and sure to peak a readers interest. There is some favorable closure to the story; it's a quick read, and shows imagination so I gave Wake Me Up a 3.75.


Book Blurb for Wake Me Up

Genre: BDSM Erotic Time Travel Length: Fling The house on the hill has fallen into disrepair, yet no one troubles to fix it. The rumors it was once a whore house, run by a man with a taste for bondage, discipline, and orgies, and that he disappeared one night without a trace, fascinate Isabelle. She's convinced herself she's a terrible sex partner. What better way to improve her skills than to channel the spirits of the house she has loved since she was a child? Only a miscast spell thrusts her back in time into Daniel, the missing owner's, arms. Why not indulge her curiosity? That's what she wanted in the first place. Daniel wakes her up inside, both her passion and her heart, but it's too soon time to go. But that's all right. Daniel's not above casting a few spells of his own, and when Isabelle arrives back in her own century, there are a few surprises waiting for her. Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: BDSM, including flogging/spanking.


Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2007 3.75