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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Review – Divine Matches Edited by Selena Kitt

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Title: Divine Matches


Author: Selena Kitt, editor


Publisher: eXcessica Publishing


Buy Link: Buy Divine Matches Here!


Rating: You Want to Read


Reviewed By: Janelle


Blurb:


From Greek to Roman to Norse and everything in between, you will be transported to faraway lands and immersed in the stories of mythical beings and sexy gods and goddesses in this fourteen story eXcessica anthology.


Stories included by Dakota Trace, Ava James, Cherry Lee, Carl Hose, Erin O'Riordan, Ursula Grey, M.E. Hydra, Deb Varva, Elliott Mabeuse, Raev Gray and Aleksandr Voinov, J.E. Taylor, Selena Kitt and J.M. Snyder.


Review:


This is an anthology of over a dozen erotica stories with the only overarching theme being mythology. Now generally with anthology, especially one done by different authors, I review each story individually. However, in this book, no story really stood out from the others. They are all fairly average.


That said, this book is really a grab bag and it is a great mix of stories, from heavy BDSM to a very touching M/M. It also features several other pairings, including menage and voyeur. Some of the mythology is a bit dodgy, but for erotica this really isn't important unless you are an absolute mythology buff.


Overall, I actually recommend this book. While none of the stories excel in their own right, together they make a nice collection with a great variety, good for anyone who want to venture beyond their comfort zone without getting into a full book.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you, Janelle, for taking the time to review our book. Our latest eXcessica anthology is called 'Happy Endings.' I hope you'll check it out.

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