Monday, June 13, 2011

Samson's Lovely Mortal Review

Samson's Lovely Mortal by Tina Folsom





Product Description via Amazon.com
Erotic Paranormal Vampire Romance

** Please do not read if you're easily offended by explicit sex scenes **Vampire bachelor Samson can't get it up anymore. Not even his shrink can help him. That changes when the lovely mortal auditor Delilah tumbles into his arms after a seemingly random attack. Suddenly there's nothing wrong with his hydraulics - that is, as long as Delilah is the woman in his arms.His scruples about taking Delilah to bed vanish when his shrink suggests it's the only way to cure his problem. Thinking all he needs is one night with her, Samson indulges in a night of pleasure and passion.However, another attack on Delilah and a dead body later, and Samson has his hands full: not only with trying to hide the fact he's a vampire, but also with finding out what secrets Delilah harbors for somebody to want her harm. 90,000 words / graphic sex/ not for the faint of heart

Review: I will preface that this is not my typical genre of book. The author is not kidding when she warns of explicit sex scenes, as evident by the first line of the book. Under non-experimental conditions, I would have closed the book and moved on to something else. I admit to being a prude about certain vernaculars and “hard, thrusting cocks” never got me hot and bothered. But instead I continued, opting to give my typical three chapter test, {capture my attention by the end of the third chapter or be resigned to the incomplete stack}, and I am glad I did. Despite my objections to certain terms, this book is funny, charming, clever, and sensual. The sex scenes are not porn, but instead are both tantalizing and enticing. There is a tenderness that flows off the page and a delightful eroticism, in lieu of my above stated objections, that could steam up a mirror in no time. The mystery aspect was rather easy for me, but I am also the person who figures out 'Who Dunnit' in the first fifteen minutes of any crime drama, so I would not say it is blatantly obvious. Samson and Delilah are engaging, smoldering, and funny characters that you develop an attachment to very early in the book. I would definitely recommend this read. I hope to read the other volumes of the ScanGuards very shortly.


Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars



Scanguards Vampires Series:
Book 1: Samson's Lovely Mortal
Book 2: Amaury's Hellion
Book 3: Gabriel's Mate
Book 4: Yvette's Haven







1 comment:

DANI HARPER said...

I was sold by "funny, charming, clever, and sensual". What else could you want in a story? Downloaded the novel to my Kindle!