Helen Howard

Farmington, MO

Just another dark fantasy nerd who thinks she can write. I hope to share my works and indulge my dark fetishes here.

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A Tantalizing Blood Rush!

I have to point out that I have become biased with Morgan's work and have come to expect the best. I have not been disappointed.

Everything is just perfect. The tone, the pacing, the characters. The atmosphere has this wild, strange/unknown feel, the characters feel real and relatable. The raw animalistic nature of it all is superbly sexy.

This review is shorter than most of my others and that's because I just don't have anything to criticize. Overall it's a wonderful experience and must-read for any romance and erotica fan. Thank you to Morgan Tonkin for giving us another masterpiece. All hail, the Queen of Romance!

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Wholesome & Ethereal

Robert Sytnick is a master of his craft.

I'm quite speechless, the flow was amazing and every rhyme worked perfectly. The raw emotion in each poem is overwhelming (in a good way). This is one of those collections of poetry that is a must-read for anyone who appreciates the time and effort put into this.

There's not much else I can say except that if you want to read some great poetry then look no further. I do hope that Robert continues to create magical heart-warming poems.

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A Tight Spot Indeed

This was quite an interesting take on the zombie apocalypse. The idea itself is fresh and exciting and the characters are likable and some of them you want to strangle. I wish there was more to the story. The writing style, punctuation. grammar was (in my mind, others may find issues) stellar.

"Tight Spot" is an amazing short story and no amount of praise can justify just how entertaining this really is.

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A Wondrous Tale

Again, Ms. Lord Writes ceases to amaze me with their writing style and presentation. Many have had and written such works related to the whole "mate" idea but none of them have yet to impress me as this author does. Every time I read any of Ms. Lord Writes I become engrossed and captivated with the style, depth, and descriptions.

I truly have no words, I thoroughly enjoyed reading "Labyrinth" and I yearn for more as I simply cannot wait until Ms. Lord Writes fully delivers the entire package. This series has great potential to become a grand collection of short stories of the ever-changing, evolving labyrinth and the tales of those who have survived and thrived because of it.

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Delightful Read!

This was quite an adventure to read - I laughed my ass off at many of the sayings (which made day). Surprisingly the idea of the novel felt fresh in a genre not lacking. I was grabbed from the get-go, it's fast-paced and easy to follow.

The characters themselves are what made this story interesting. Few novels in the erotica genre focus on a male perspective in the first person only which I generally loved. Kian (Beast) was very likable; he's a straightforward honest man and a strong character with flaws who understands the basic desires of the everyday person. He's not cruel, in fact, he is quite kind and neither is he a representation of "toxic masculinity." In the beginning, the author explains Kian's want to protect Gia and make her happy (mutual feelings we can all understand no matter the sex) and this is what makes him a strong male character - protecting those that he loves and adores - a basic human instinct that everyone has.

The presentation of the very rare male perspective and how it was delivered was (in my opinion) a perfect style. I might have been laughing too hard to notice any grammatical mistakes.

I feel I must stress this (because this was a great read; likable characters, action, sex, hilarious bits, and perfect structure and grammar): This novel (a fictitious story) is in the genre of "EROTICA" and therefore the ideas and how they are presented are targeted towards an audience that ( or shall we say "turned on") desires a commanding, dominating male presence. If this is not what you like for any reason and may become "triggered" then it would be best to skip this novel (cough) a fictitious story.

My congrats to the author and a tip of my hat (pretend I'm wearing one, alright) for this masterpiece. I do wish and fingers crossed for a sequel because I'm selfish and want more Kian!

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Filthy Good!

VAddison's "Filthy Virgin" was an amazing read that kept me hooked the entire time. While I normally don't go for romance stories I was certainly glad I did because this was an experience. Fans of erotica are sure to love this gem even if they aren't the biggest fans of romance. The plot was spectacular (in my opinion), it had an effective beginning/middle/end with many roadblocks the main characters worked around. I'm sure someone else may disagree with my opinion but I can't deny how satisfied I was with the outcome and the bumps it took to get there. There are few grammatical errors I spotted but it never got in the way of my understanding and enjoyment.

If more authors are like VAddison in the romance genre then I can say I've been fully converted into the biggest sap there is.
I absolutely loved the entirety of "Filthy Virgin" from start to finish.

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Confessions of a Lonely, Pondering Soul

"Confessions of a Stargazer" is a wonderfully written poem, easy to follow and a quick read for any poetry addict. I won't nitpick on the writing style, punctuation, and grammar because this is poetry and the majority of poems written these days are free verse. I realize that time and effort have been put into each and every verse and I commend that.

This is a night sky star-worthy collection of shorter works for those who enjoy poetry but don't want to read ballads or the Norse sagas.

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