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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Review – Unashamed by Saskia Walker

Title: Unashamed

Author: Saskia Walker

Publisher: eXcessica Publishing

Buy Link: Buy Unashamed Here!

Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewed by: Mickey

Blurb:

Let Saskia Walker take you on an erotic journey of discovery with eighteen red hot stories of love, lust, and blatant seduction. Titillating, tantalizing, and totally explicit, Unashamed delivers diverse sexual scenarios from first love explorations to forbidden rendezvous, raunchy threesomes to playful committed couples. The characters in these stories revel in their sexuality—with delicious and climactic results.

Review:

I have said it before and I will say it again, Saskia Walker is the queen of steam and she does not disappoint her readers with this compilation of short stories in Unashamed. This time she has assembled eighteen of what have to be the hottest, most explicit and completely unusual tales that I have read in some time, stories that I am sure will become favorites after reading this book. The stories range from the macabre, to the strangely innocent, to D/s and anything in between; each one completely different from the next, illustrating Ms. Walker's mastery of the written word. This author is not presenting her readers with “cookie cutter” versions of the same stories over again, each one is its' own entity. Was I surprised? Certainly and, I was also more than pleased.

The short stories in Unashamed are not for the faint of heart however, they are also not for those looking for a quick thrill. These tales are truly artistic: the poetry and lyricism are apparent, and evidently one of the reasons why Ms. Walker decided upon these to be included in her book. I liked the way the one story ended so neatly and segued into the next, not leaving the reader wanting more, just seeming to be exactly enough to satisfy the senses. If you are looking for something just a little different, this is the novel for you. I guarantee you will not be disappointed.

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