WereSlave

This book has a very high level of sensuality but also a very high level of clichés. Cliché not necessarily a bad thing in erotica but to many of them and it gets pretty distracting. The characters were pretty vivid, except Kaide, he was the mysterious one of the book, the author might have done that on purpose. The pack dynamic and prejudice between humans and the supernatural seemed a bit to easy to overcome in this book as well. This book did offer up a pretty unique idea on how one becomes a werewolf or vampire though, very interesting.

This short read has some pretty heated paged and some great new ideas, worth the read.


Book Blurb for WereSlave

Length: Shot Novel

As the Queen of Paqualette, Nayla is forbidden to have a husband or a human lover. Her life is a lonely and disciplined existence, so when she’s given the opportunity to choose a Were from her dungeon as her sex slave, she takes a chance. Werewolves, she knows, are nothing but senseless monsters, but after the one she selects to be her WereSlave turns out to be more of a man than she’s ever known, she must question her beliefs. 
 
As the alpha leader, Mace is responsible for his pack. He’ll do anything to keep them alive, even give into the Queen’s sexual demands. But not unless he’s in control. Turning his enticing captor into the submissive is the only way to show her he’s more man than she realizes. Falling in love is out of the question, but so is leaving her behind.

Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2010 3.50