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Reviews by jl201334

2 Ratings
Avg - 4.00
Zombie Girl (MF) by Melissa Hosack (Published by: Evernight Publishing )
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Categories: Horror/Twisted Tales, Paranormal, Short Stories

This reviewer's rating: 3 - Average

This book was pretty good but I didn't like reading it from the perspective of the male character, Karik. Plus, the theme didn't seem realistic with Elizabeth claiming to be a zombie which seemed more in line with her possibly being more believable as a vampire. If she was a zombie, how could she substitute draining blood out of someone for constant sex to survive? Why were her hair, teeth, skin and bones not all rotting away which is typical of the zombies that we know? I think the fresh minty breath that she supposedly had really made the story more unbelievable for me even more. Though the story never really got into it due to lack of character development, the couple sounded like they were really young, like in high school; I don't like my main characters to be that young unless they were featured in the prologue portion of a book. The best part of the book were the sex scenes, of course. Overall, though the book was slightly disappointing, it was interesting to see a different type of "zombie" in literary existence.

Reviewed by: jl201334 (Date: 07/05/2014)
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26 Ratings
Avg - 4.04
Phantom Lovers (MMF) by Marie Medina (Published by: Evernight Publishing )
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Categories: Fantasy, Menage a Trois/Quatre, Paranormal

This reviewer's rating: 4 - Good

This is a charming, albeit, predictable quick read about a woman discovering two sexy ghosts in the theater that she works in. She takes advantage of the situation once she realizes that they can fully materialize for her. Who wouldn't want to interact with sexy ghosts in the flesh if you were in Lynsay's shoes? Besides great characters, the book also has an obviously fascinating theme and scorching love scenes and encounters. The best part came in the end with an expected surprise that the ghosts, John and William, has in store for her, concerning their future together. Although the book was mostly predictable at times, Phantom Lovers really delivered well and was fairly entertaining with a satisfactory ending. This would be a book that Menage a Trois readers would enjoy, if they haven't read this already.

Reviewed by: jl201334 (Date: 07/05/2014)
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6 Ratings
Avg - 3.83
Pleasure Android 7.1 (MF) by Ela Stein (Published by: Evernight Publishing )
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Categories: Science Fiction, Short Stories, Futuristic

This reviewer's rating: 4 - Good

For such a short story, I liked how the sexy android, Nico, was described in such a life-like, human-like way. It was really nice to see the possibility of him developing feelings in the end for his new owner, Zola, despite him being a droid and all. The best part was Zola's decision in the end, regarding the choice that she's made regarding Nico, after the 30-day mandatory period. Though the book was too short for my liking (43 pages), it was very well-written with a great theme and interesting characters. Kudos to the author for a job well-done.

Reviewed by: jl201334 (Date: 07/03/2014)
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