Monday, August 18, 2014

"Naughty Wives Collection" 1 by Reed James

Naughty Wives Collection 
by Reed James

When I started reading, I couldn't put it down. I read it in one evening. The book just grabbed me, and pulled me in. 

Husbands and wives always want to spice up their marriages, and these couples do it. And you can't help it, but follow along and read. 

Only once did I get drop jaw, and that was with the Police Officer. Frank and Evie play "naughty hooker" but for real on the streets and out of the bedroom. I knew when they were taking it to the streets, right there was a mistake. 

And low and behold an officer of the law sees her strutting her stuff on the corner, and than "A John" pick her up, and her accept money. Mistake number one. They try to convince the officer their married, and it's just for fun, but he won't hear of it. Instead he cops a feel. And in the long run, he gets the deal of a century, and makes out with the money too! 

Eventually Evie confesses to her best friend Cherry, and eventually she gets involved. Cherry's husbands job causes him to travel a lot, and he cheats, but he still loves his wife. 

My favorite is that no matter what happens, these people see and work their problems, through sexual frustration, and stay together. 

Personally, I think in the long run, the should become a four some, or swingers or something, together. But.... That's just my opinion. 

However, I enjoyed this book very much. It's very well written, easy to understand, and I very much; enjoyed it. I give it five out of five stars! 

My Interview Questions for Reed:

Image of Reed James 

1. Did you live these fantasies out, out of curiosity? If not, are they your fantasies?
No, I didn't live out any of these fantasies, they are all the product of my over-active imagination.

2. Are any of these characters by chance, you?
Afraid not. I'm far more boring than anyone in my stories.

3. How did you come up with these sexual idea's?
I don't know how it is for other erotica authors, but these are my own sexual fantasies. So when I'm 'brainstorming' I think about scenarios and keep thinking about them until they really excite me. If I'm excited, so will someone else.

4. The story behind the Evie & Frank and Officer Connolly and him stealing $160, wherever did you come up with that story? In the end, I kind of laughed. The story was intense!
The stealing the money was an after thought. I had written the story and during editing I realized that the officer had pocketed the money Frank had 'paid' his wife as part of their roleplay and it struck me as funny and a nice way to end the story.

5. Some couples might have broken up over these situations, like cheating, yet these people just became more horny and sexual. Why?
Because it's hot. Because they love each other and it gives them pleasure to see their partner experience their fantasies and have some joy. It takes a strong bond of trust to delve into the world they do, but trust is a fragile thing and it can so easily be broken. Evie skirted that line, praying that she knew her husband well enough while she enjoyed her fantasy.

6. How long have you been writing?
I have been writing off and on since Junior High. When I turned thirty a few years ago, I realized I had never seriously pursued my dream of being a writer and had let my twenties slip away. Even then, it took me a while to really develop the discipline to begin writing. I started writing a Fantasy novel and felt my writing skills weren't honed enough. So I decided to write other things for practice and I had always liked writing dirty stories, so I began doing that and posting them on free stories sites. I received a lot of great feedback and encouragement, as well as tips on cleaning up my grammar, and felt I was ready to self-publish erotica while writing my non-erotic novel.

7. What kinds of education have you had?
High School graduate and a community college drop out. Dumbest decision I ever made.

8. What all have you written thus far?
Besides the Naughty Wife Series, I've written a lesbian series called 'Seducing Straight Women' about Aurora who makes a bet that she can seduce any woman, no matter how straight, and it chronicles her various seductions. I have a supernatural story called the Virgin Possessed, a series on wifes who cheat right under their husbands noses, and I'm writing Futanari stories.

9. Have or are you currently on book tour?
I'm not on any book tours.

10. Why did you choose to write erotica?
When I was in Junior High my parents bought me a computer and I had internet access in my bedroom. This was the nineties when it was dial-up on 33.3k modem. Within the first hour I was browsing porn. No it took forever to download a single, low-res photo and that wouldn't do, but then I found, a now defunct XXX story site. I was already an avid reader and here was porn I could easily download and enjoy. Soon I was writing my own stories, but I never finished them or posted them, and then I graduated high school and started working and I stopped writing. So when I took up writing again, erotica seemed like a great way to practice my writing as well as write the sort of stories that excited me.

11. Do you yourself get horny as you write? (IE: does your own writing turn you on?)
Yes. I'm always turning myself on. If you can't turn yourself on with your erotica, then maybe you're doing it wrong. Even during rewrites and editing when I'm rereading my erotica I often get turned on.

12. Who is your favorite Author?
Robert Jordan who wrote the amazing Wheel of Time series. Not only is he my favorite author, he also has had the most profound effect on my writing style. I also enjoy Tolkein, Brandon Sanderson, David Eddings, R. Scott Bakker, Steven Eriksen, and Jim Butcher.

13. Please provide for us all of your links, to your Facebook, Twitter, web pages, etc, so your fans can find, follow and buy your books:

14. Anything you would like to add:
Thank you Deneale for providing me with this opportunity. I had a lot of fun!

"His Reign" by Sascha Illyvich (the Opeth Pack Saga Book 1)

"His Reign" the Opeth Pack Saga Book 1 
by Sacha Illyvich

As usual, here I sit, tantalized by Sacha. Wolves and sex. Oh wait..... And cigars. Oh... And more sex. This book is very interesting indeed. 

You learn of family values, per the Wolves. You end up hating Kiba, who is the current Alpha of their tribe, but has went seemingly insane. You fall in love imagining Ilona and Lukina long for, try to fix, repair and want for their Alpha and lover Józsi to protect them, and become the new pack leader.... If only they can first conquer and kill Kiba. The story takes place in America and Hungary, back and forth.  

The three wolves grew up together, but Józsi left as a young teen, because he didn't believe strongly in the prophecy, fought with Kiba, and knew sooner or later Kiba would prove to be a lousy leader. He left, but secretly came back, to check on his pack mates. He made a new life for himself, but still missed the women he loved deeply. 

One day, she arrives and fetches him to take him back, to rescue his other lover, and try to put an end to it. Eventually, he does so, and brings them back to America, it wasn't an easy task mind you. There were fights, turmoils and problems along the way. 

The book is very understanding, very deep, and heart felt. The book totally pulled me in, and kept me wanting more and more as I read! 

I give this book five stars, and encourage others to check it out, it is a very unique and deep read. Also very sensual. I found it well worth my money spent, and time reading too! 

 My Interview Questions for Sascha:

1. Is this Hungarian/Wolf language real?
Yup. Hungarian is a real language. 

2. As a frequent reader of your books, is it normal for the male Character to resemble "You" or is that just "me" doing that?
Józsi isn't actually one of "me" per se, he's actually more based on Vin Diesel from Chronicles of Riddick and Pitch Black, with some good old angst thrown in for good measure. 

3. Do you create your own wolf rules?
I do indeed.  The world itself was loosely based on the anime "Wolf's Rain" which is a very empty, almost apocalyptic world where wolves are extinct or nearly so.  Mine is not so much the same though.  Not so much extinction, just fear of the wolves from mankind.   

4. Are you "secretly" a wolf? giggling?
Come closer, Red…

5. How many wolf books have you written?
Five in the Opeth Pack Saga, Torn to Pieces makes five, Endangered coming soon from Red Sage, makes six and I'm sure I have a few more from other publishers. 

6. I've also notice cigars are in your books, and that you also smoke them. Is that too; on purpose?
As of now, it is.  The uniqueness of characters who smoke cigars is a rarity, a trait in manly men we are seeing sadly disappear from books, TV and movies in favor of some health and control nonsense.

7. Out of your books, all of them- which is your favorite and why?
Probably so far, ENDANGERED, which you'll get to review again as it comes out September first from Red Sage

8. Other than yourself, whom is your favorite Author?
Even though I heard less than great things about The King, I'd still have to say JR  Ward.  I have to read the book and make up my own mind, obviously. Her dark worlds and characters inspire me to bring out the inner demons of my own characters. 

9. What are your favorite books to read?
Paranormal romances mostly. 

10. How much time do you spend writing?
Depends on if I'm on deadline or not.  I can knock out a first draft in two months with a total of 400 pages written, or about 100,000 words just in the draft alone.

11. What is your favorite cigar and why?
It's a toss-up between the Don Cervantes Masaterpiece Platinum, the Tres Maduro or the Propio Léon all by ACC Cigars.  All three cigars are masterfully made by the folks at ACC Cigars using the finest tobaccos to create a complex, rich flavor that's satisfying and rewarding to those who can afford the price of quality. 

12. Do you pen pal or epal with your fans?

13. Currently how big is your fan base?
Ginormous and growing!

14. Are you married or involved?
Those involved know the answer.

15. Do you get "horny" as you write your own sex scenes?
I fap it twice a day, so…maybe.

16. As always: please include all links, and ways to contact you:

17. Any additional comments you'd like to include:
Look out for Fall Into Love, Book Four of the Opeth Pack Saga coming soon from Secret Cravings, and ENDANGERED coming out from Red Sage September 1st!  On that note, I hope you enjoy reading my books and I thank all my fans, old and new for supporting me.  You're a part of my world!