Sunday, 23 November 2014

"A dark and gritty story that keeps you turning pages long after you should have turned out the lights and gone to sleep."

St Sebastian and the Angel,  Gustav Moreau (1826-1898)
Cover Him with Darkness has once again been messing up people's schedules and sleep patterns! The title quote above is from a review by Horny Geek Girl, who added: "As soon as I finished it I was eager to find out when sequels will be forthcoming." 

You and me both, Horny Geek Girl!
"WOW, it had me enthralled from beginning to end. Read it in one sitting instead of doing chores on a holiday weekend" said  3 Chicks after Dark.

I'm sorry ... well, no, not really ... I'm delighted!

Reading ... Dreaming is full of warnings too:
Cover Him With Darkness is a sexy, dark, intense and powerful story ... good doses of sexiness, danger, action all packed in a book that you won't be able to put down.
 Eroticism is always present. The author creates an atmosphere that is almost toxic. The attraction between Milja and Azazel is almost too much for moments.

I can't ask for a more wonderful warning!

But there is more - Sacchi Green wants to see it as a movie ... but then has second thoughts:
"On further reflection, while it’s true that the book (or books) would (and maybe will) make a great movie if some producer and director could be trusted to do the project justice, don’t wait for that. For one thing, no mainstream movie is likely to dare to do full justice to the erotic aspects, sometimes grimly harsh, sometimes tender, often complex, always ecstatic in their way, and always compellingly arousing. For true sense surround, read the book.
And search out Janine Ashbless’s writing wherever you can find it."
If all that hasn't frightened you off, you might dare the interview over at Malin James' blog, where she asks me the, *ahem*, easy questions like What is it that connects sex and religion?

And Jacqueline Brocker is on my case too, wanting to know what it is with angels and bondage!

After all that, you might want to nip in and grab a last-minute chance at a free copy of the book over at Rafflecopter.  But only if you dare ignore all those warnings ;-)

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