Monday, 16 March 2015

More Middle Eastern Temptation


Blurb:
Celestina and the Sultan
In the palace harem, the beautiful Celestina eagerly awaits instruction on the erotic arts so she may learn to please the Sultan.  Taught by one of the palace's most gifted instructors, Celestina explores her insatiable appetite for pleasure.  But with every lesson, Celestina's hunger for her deliciously strict instructor grows stronger.  All too soon she will lose him when she is summoned to the Sultan's bed ...

Celestina Warrior Queen:
With the Sultan at her side—and in her bed, and anywhere else he chooses to take his thorough pleasure of her—Celestina has learned that life offers delights and exquisite punishments. But she not only faces the erotic challenges made by her very potent Sultan, but those of being married to the land's fiercest warrior. She will be tested—by her people, her enemies and even herself. And Celestina will have to choose between accepting her destiny … or being destroyed by it.


Review:
There are two books in this collection but I will be reviewing them as one because that is what I felt they should be.

They basically did what they said in the tin but I didn't particularly like Celestina who was too na├»ve and gullible to be true with regards a certain person.  These novels are historical romances in a lovely setting 

These books were written to a tried and tested formula so there were no real surprises at all in the novella.  The balance of the story and the erotica is just so which means the reader connects with the characters in more ways than one.  

This book does what it says in the tin.

ARC received from Netgalley for an honest review.

I rated this 2 stars on Netgalley and 'It was OK' on Goodreads (2 stars) and Amazon (3 stars).

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