Dec 2, 2013

DeeJay Reviews: Fall into Winter by @edenbaylee #erotica #bookreview


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Fall into Winter 

by Eden Baylee

Publication Date: September 17, 2012

Genre: Erotica

DeeJay's Rating: 

In "Fall into Winter," a provocative collection of erotic novellas, four women seek pleasure in unique ways and are soon swept up in maelstroms of lust, seduction, and obsession.

After Ella Jamieson trades self-control for a stolen moment of unbridled passion with a younger man, he surprisingly pursues her, leaving her wondering if he could become more to her than just a boy toy. After Stella Christy's fantasy of a menage a trois with two men comes true, the rules suddenly change; she finds herself excited and terrified in ways she never imagined possible. Leah Jones isolates herself in a cabin to complete her latest book, but is soon distracted from her goal when she reunites with a man from her past. Ten years after Elena Lee enjoys a torrid love affair while vacationing in Austria, she is back in historic Salzburg with doubts about why she left.

Knee-deep in steamy affairs, these four women will make choices that eventually lead each of them on an unforgettable sensual journey to ecstasy.

Eden Baylee, Erotica Extraordinaire, has done it to me again. After reading “Spring Into Summer” I couldn’t resist grabbing a copy of “Fall Into Winter”. I’m so glad I did.

If “Spring Into Summer” was HOT, “Fall Into Winter” is SCORCHING. Every story was a treat and had great plots, something you just don’t find in Erotica nowadays.

“Seduced by the Blues” was just straight up sexy. The older woman, younger man thing is just so hot to me and Baylee made you believe that these two could make it last forever. In more ways than one.

I’m still trying to figure out why “Act Three” was not the last story of the book, as it blew the bulb off of the H.O.T meter. Stella is a FREAK and takes it out on not one, but TWO men. Threesome activity is usually pretty nauseating in most erotica novels, but again, Baylee managed to make me feel there was some sort of passion involved and it wasn’t all about the “freak”.

“The Norwegian” was romantic and sweet (Even though Baylee claims she doesn’t write romance! Blah!) This was a very passionate story that was written more around the emotional turmoil of the characters (with just a little “freak” on the side).

“The Austrian and the Asian” was my favorite of the book. It was everything: Sweet, sexy, sad, and sensual. The plot was very good and I couldn’t have hoped for a better ending. BEWARE: The Asian will remind you of someone you may or may not know. =)

Overall, loved this book. If you love Erotica, Eden Baylee is one of the best at it. Check out “Spring Into Summer” if you haven’t already. You will not be disappointed.


1 comment:

  1. Love this review, thanks Diantha, really appreciate it,


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