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His task is to initiate her into the pleasures of the flesh and train her to entertain the insatiable carnal appetite of the demons. But Lilith’s coming was foretold long Accused of witchcraft, Lilith, the lady of the forest, is offered to the demons that dwell within the Labyrinth of the Beasts.
But Lilith’s coming was foretold long ago, and even the powerful demon, Gaelen, can not escape the destiny that fate has planned for him. Contains explicit sex and language, bondage, oral sex, sexual mastery. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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This was my first and last read by this author! The hero was a sanctioned rapist, the heroine was a slutty moron, the plot was absurd even for a PNR, where suspension of disbelief is a mustthe first half of the book was filled with unpleasant sex scenes where the heroine was raped by the hero and the demons again and again until she couldn’t tell the difference between pain and pleasure anymore, nasty incest vibes made me shudder when the hero revealed he’d been in love with her mother Should I go on or is that enough to explain my 1-star rating?
The whole thing was too crazy for me. I need a mind scrub! View all 35 comments. Dec 10, Carolyn F. Read as part of the An Alpha Christmas: The romance at the end was good but all of those angst riddled pages before were a little daunting.
Other than that it was enjoyable. Jul 26, Brutally Honest rated it liked it. This was a weird book. A lot of it held no interest for me, the repeated sexual adventures of the heroine at the hand of the demons was just What kept me going was the tantalising glimpses of Gaedan or whatever his name was.
And then halfway through the book, the entire book changed, and became much more interesting to me. I really enjoyed that part, even though the heroine must have been born under a rock not to have noticed what was going on, lol!
Jan 10, Tori Macallister rated it liked it Shelves: The writing showed a degree of skill, despite the author appearring to not know the difference between shuttered and shuddered, but I agree with many of the reviews regarding the lack of warning about rape issues. There’s a fine line in erotica between being erotically overpowered and raped and Acuba trampled all over that line, to the story’s detriment.
Without the second half of the story where the hero sets her free and helps her vesiree disguise, this story would have none of the appeal that it m The writing showed a degree of skill, despite the author appearring to not know the difference between shuttered and shuddered, but I agree with many of the reviews regarding the lack of warning about rape issues.
Without the second half of the story where the hero sets her free and helps her in disguise, this story would have none of the appeal that it manages to retain. Written by Kaitlyn O’Connor. Desiree Acuna is one of her numerous pen names.
Labyrinth of the Beast
I didn’t like the beginning of this book, but the last part was sweet. A better ending than some of her works; abrupt, labyrlnth you knew it was a HEA.
Kind of a strange book. I wasn’t disturbed by the non-con I never really got a sense of them together. The sex scenes were o. Overall I gotta go with it was o. That was my general feeling of the whole thing. Aoi rated it it was ok Dec 04, Sophie Lahaie rated it it was amazing Jun 11, Amarine rated it it was amazing Jan 29, Melissa rated it did not like it May 01, Brina rated it did not like it Albyrinth 26, Lede rated it liked it Nov 19, Kat rated it liked it May 14, Jaycee rated it really liked it Jan 26, Melody rated it really liked it Apr 15, Courtney rated it did desiiree like it Aug 25, Riley rated it it was ok May 05, Kelline rated it it was amazing Jun 21, Jojo rated it liked it Feb 01, V rated it it was amazing Feb 11, Burmesecat rated it acnua liked it Jun 17, Casey rated it it was ok Jul 08, Rachel Johnson rated it really liked it Jun 28, Loretta rated it it was amazing Mar 09, LaBelleMel rated it liked it Oct 08, Emmy rated it did not like it Feb 13, Jen rated it liked it Dec 04, Caroline rated it really liked it Jan 09, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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