Feb 8, 2013

DeeJay Reviews: Hot Flash by Eden Baylee

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Hot Flash by Eden Baylee

Publication Date: November 17, 2012
Genre: Erotica
Source: Bought

DeeJay's Rating: 3.5/5 STARS


Flash fiction is defined as short, quick written pieces. Twenty stories and poems with an erotic bent make up this collection. 

The themes of love, lust, adultery, and regret are told in different voices, sometimes with an irreverent sense of humor.

Some will touch you, others will sear into your subconscious. Don't be surprised if you flinch from the heat. Warning: Contains two non-erotic entries. Pun intended (Goodreads)

Let me say off the rip, that I LOVE Eden Baylee. I was first introduced to her writing when she submitted her erotica novel, Spring to Summer, to the Masquerade Crew for review. I chose it, and boy, am I ever so glad I did!

Hot Flash didn't give me the same tingling feeling I got as I read her other two novels. It's like this: every time I got sucked into a story, it was over. Though I went into this book knowing that there were twenty stories/poems, I still groaned each time a good one ended and I wanted it to keep going. I mean, I think Eden has such a way of expressing romance, love, and sex, that you just get taken by it, and you can't stop reading. She knows what she's writing and she writes it well. And she is a darling! I totally love her, and I enjoyed this book, even though it didn't speak to me as well as the others did. I would recommend anything Eden writes, but just don't get too attached to any of the stories in Hot Flash, because you'll be mad as a mutha when they end!

My review of Spring Into Summer
My review of Fall Into Winter

2 comments:

  1. "...you'll be mad as a mutha when they end!" <--- Holy god girl! You have one hell of a way of expressing yourself!

    Thanks for the review. Flash fiction is meant to be quite short, so I understand what you mean -- they're mere snapshots.

    I SO appreciate your honesty and always consider your words.

    eden
    xo

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