The Brat With the Phoenix Tattoo (Summer) by Lilah E. Noir (A Review)

Well, I’ve previously dipped my toes into the erotica genre and found it fascinating, a little bit exciting but very interesting, up till now. With Lilah E. Noir’s Summer (The Brat With the Phoenix Tattoo #1), I think we can say I’ve dived headlong into the world of kink and depravity. Forget your 50-Shades, if you want heart-pulsing BDSM, domination, toys, the works, then I wouldn’t go past this book, the first of what we’re promised is a series focused on the relationship between Paul and Sage. Summer, takes place eight years after Paul and Sage had their first sexual encounter back in high-school. Paul was the archetypal geek and Sage, the stereotypical, white, trailer-trash, slut. Forced to tutor Sage in Maths, Paul makes a bet with her that will change his life forever.I liked the author’s technique of flashing back between what occurred between the pair at high-school and the current situation, with Paul, as a rising, successful, actuary and Sage, the owner of a struggling tattoo studio. We start to see where Paul’s dominant nature began to develop and we get a great feel for the impact that event made on his life.This book is truly not for the faint-hearted. The steamy, erotic scenes are absolutely that – hard, descriptive, and to the point. I felt myself cringing inwardly at times and almost wanting to shout out the “safe word”, to get Paul to stop. That having, been said, I found the authors writing addictive.Within its genre, Summer is a wonderful start to what promises to be an enthralling series. A good Job Ms Noir and five well-earned stars for Summer.Please feel free to visit my website and check out the hundreds of books I’ve reviewed. You may find your next, great read there:

Source: The Brat With the Phoenix Tattoo (Summer) by Lilah E. Noir (A Review)


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