Graphic Sexuality

How many of us have read the comic books and fantasized about being in their world ourselves? Instead of going to their world Marie gets a visit of her own when Noble a character from a new found comic book arrives in her life. Noble's life only revolves around pleasing his princess and defending his world. Marie turns his life upside down and makes him see what love can be like but just like in the comics there is always trouble. It seems the princess wants her warrior back and has sent another to bring him home. Is Marie and Noble's love strong enough to defeat the evil princess?

This book is a cute and fast paced story. I enjoyed seeing the men open up and find themselves as they spend their time on Earth. Noble is a great man. He loves with all his heart and is more than ready to fight for his happiness. Marie is a strong woman who can stand on her own. The two make a great couple, so in love and ready to stand and fight for the other. Along with Noble and Marie we also get another couple's story. Libby and Omni have their own problems to work out as well. I liked Libby as well. She has goes through a lot in this story and I hope that she gets what she deserves. It was nice to see Omni grow and learn about himself and what he truly wants.

This book reads just like a comic book so if you are looking for a quick and fun read than this is your book. The author does a nice job of bringing the warriors and their world into ours and leaves the reader wanting more.

Book Blurb for Graphic Sexuality

Imagine what would happen if your favorite fantasy hero came alive in your arms; in the flesh and ready to satisfy your every need and desire.

Dream becomes reality when Marie Jenkins, an everyday comic book store owner comes face to face with Noble; a warrior and sex servant who stars as the main character of "O-Zone," an erotic graphic novel for women only.

Marie's raw, uninhibited needs call out to Noble, who vows to seduce her and make her his own. Yet to stay together, they must build a bridge between a world of fantasy, and the true adventure of real life.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2011 3.50