Inescapable, by Saskia Walker

By: Saskia Walker
Published date: Nov 29, 2013
Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Cheeseball rating: 3 out of 5.
How hot is it: For erotic romance, 4 out of 5.
Heroes: Seth and Adrian
Heroine: Lily
So this was a pretty short read, and so I’m going to make the review short. I’ve been reading a lot of erotic fiction lately, mostly because the covers are so dark and secretive and naughty-looking! But anyway, because of this recent foray into the genre, I also know there’s a lot of terrible stuff out there (like super terrible — like beyond butchering the English language terrible, but just almost like crime against humanity terrible), especially the shorter novellas, so it was nice to run across one that was decent in storytelling, voice, character drawing, and heat.

Lily and Adrian have been engaging in an online BDSM relationship, and finally meet up, except when they do, Lily sees a criminal on her way to Adrian’s office. The two of them are forced to go into a witness protection type deal, I don’t know what they call the UK equivalent. Seth, the cop protecting them, suspecting foul play within his own organization, takes them to his family home until further word comes his way.

Basically, at this point, all three of them are stuck in a remote location, so you can kind of guess what happens, and by that I mean some kinky sexy sex. It’s not the most graphic erotic lit I’ve ever read, but it’s a three-way scene so naturally orifices are breached, so that’s all up to you, friends. Though as a matter of course, I’m not sure who is reading this kind of book for the witty banter… That said, I liked these characters. They had thoughts that made sense and sentiments that felt real. I’ll definitely read this author again!


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