I am always a work in progress... We never stop learning to master our craft.

Some of my favorite personal quotes..

"Everything I do, everything I am, all that I breathe is 18+ and will contain sexually suggestive material. ~ Gina Kincade 2011

"If you never have any expectations of other people then you will never be disappointed. When a positive experience occurs it is always a reason to rejoice." ~Gina Kincade, 2009

"I have learned, as a rule of thumb, never to ask whether you can do something. Say, instead, that you are doing it. Then fasten your seat belt. The most remarkable things follow." ~Julia Cameron

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Review: 31 Flavors by Cari Silverwood & Leia Shaw

Overall Perspective: Highly Recommended. Therepudic in its own way to be honest.

Warning: There may be some triggers for those who have an unsavory history containing sexual abuse.

A gripping erotic romance.

I found 31 Flavors to be a very difficult book to put down and one I couldn't wait to pick up again as soon as I could.

The writing style of the two authors is incredible. Their ability to seamlessly weave the story together left no idea at all that it was co-authored. The plot and pace of the read was perfect.

The conflict of Sid's past and how it affected her marriage almost mirrors my life in most respects. I felt like I was reading about a friend, one I knew so very well, as their relationship went through peaks & valleys throughout the book.

I throughly enjoyed the analogy of the title and the reference to each person having their own preferences & way of things in BDSM. This is so true in my opinion, no two people ever fit the same mold, want/need the same things, whether they are in a lifestyle or a vanilla relationship.

Personally, I think 31 Flavors was an excellent read and one I'll be very likely to enjoy again in the future.

31 Flavors by Cari Silverwood & Leia Shaw

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Gina.
    This review made my day.
    Distracted me from writing too but I don't care at all!


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