Naughty Bedtime Stories: Second Chances Series: Naughty Bedtime Series #2
on April 20, 2015
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It’s not everyday an opportunity for a second chance drops into your lap. Tuck in with eleven erotic shorts, poems and art from eight amazing writers. Naughty Bedtime Stories: Second Chances explores the sexy side of Memory Lane with smoking hot tales of redemption, lust, love and forgiveness. Explore an opportunity at redemption. RSVP to an invitation to start over. Take a walk down memory lane to rekindle the flames of what used to be. Find the means to rectify a wrong. Whatever it is, whenever it’s given, grab hold with both hands and don’t waste a second.
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This was a sexy anthology filled with short stories and poems, all based around the concept of Second Chances. Rather than bore you with a long, detailed review, I’ll just say it’s worth the time it took to read.
There are some outstanding stories, unlike anything I’ve read before. The one that stood out above all the others was The White Wolf by Kathryn M. Hearst. It was a NEW fairy tale, which I haven’t read since childhood. The author made up her own story, with hints of the fairy tales of old, and a splash of erotica.
There were also a couple stories that were in serious need of editing work. Though the stories came across okay and would have been really good, the authors should respect themselves and their readers by doing the work necessary to put out the best story possible. This collection would have been five stars without those distracting errors.
Overall, I recommend to anyone who enjoys erotic romance. Four shiny stars!