5 Smut Scale Stars
As many of you know, I have my regular scale for books…and my smut scale.
Meaning, I rate the two classes of books differently as they are just two completely different types of reads.
That THIS book – just because I rated it a 5 – is not going to be the same kind of read as some of my favorite regular scale 5-stars, i.e., Transcendence, All the Ugly and Wonderful Things, Nine Minutes, to name a few.
Because they just aren’t the same thing in my mind.
And just like I don’t think it would be fair to rate this:
The same way as this:
I don’t rate smut/erotica the same way in my head as I do other types of books.
Both are different.
And BOTH have value in the their own way.
Thus, the smut scale.
And, holy gang bang, did this book rock it.
This ARC has been sitting on my kindle for-fucking-EVER.
And I think the reason for that is because, before this, I had only read one other book by this author.
And let’s just say that didn’t go too well…(ahem, aka DNFsville).
Needless to say, I wasn’t in a hurry to read another one from her.
So why request this from Netgalley, you say?
Well, that’s because one of my whore friends (that’s an endearment and she knows it, so calm down GR police), Shelby, said it was sex on a stick and told me I should read it.
And being that I am the type of person who, if all my friends jumped off a cliff…
…I would videotape tape said idiocy and post that shit on Instagram, I decided I should maybe check it out.
And I’m glad I did, because I MUST read more of this abject FUCKERY.
Being that this was book three in this series, I had NO fucking clue what was going at first.
And I had no idea what this “Wicked Horse” “Silo” business was.
So let me educate you, my friends.
The Wicked Horse is a bar, apparently(?)
…is where everyone comes to fuck everyone else.
Seriously though, I think every character in this book has fucked almost half, if not all, of all the other characters.
It was like a buffet of sex acts and sexual partners.
But it was done in a way that I didn’t feel like the characters were betraying any loved ones.
Regardless, I really enjoyed the “kinky fuckery” of this book and I even liked the story line.
Cat married for money – which she openly admits and is forced to deal with on an emotional level at one point- and was forced to perform sexual acts that she didn’t necessarily want.
Rand was unknowingly a part of those sex acts, and this book is about how – now that her husband has kicked the bucket – Cat moves on and comes to figure herself and her situation out…and Rand helps her in this endeavor.
So I guess what I am saying in this long-winded as fuck review that – no one will actually read because this is an old book that has already been reviewed, and way better than this I might add – is that I really enjoyed this smutty book and I look forward to reading more from this author.