Sylvana Farraday

Sylvana Farraday is the pen name of an authoress who believes sex works best when mixed with a little humor

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Great chemistry between the two leads

Nice vampire story, quite the long introduction before the main part comes. there is a nice unfolding of the mythology and hierarchy of the vampire world that give this story richness. There is editing required, some chapters could benefit from being shorter, words are meshed together, and quotation marks are all over the place. But all that is easily repairable and doesn't hurt the flow of the story. An enjoyable read .

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Loved the premise Loved the story

This story deals very beautifully with a very painful subject. It does so with a lot of sensitivity and awareness. The parts that are written in David's POV especially when he pleasures his wife are beautiful. I loved it that the woman is sixty and the guy even older and it is OK and natural to have an active sex life. The relationship with the 'solution'- Ben is also depicted nicely. Hot man, hot sex!
David and Alice feel like real people - like our neighbors next door. Their worries and their discussions are portrayed in a realistic way. The reason I gave four stars to the plot is that at times I felt there was too much talking and that the pace could have picked up a little. Apart from that- great story- loved it!

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Great ideas , a knowledgeable writer

This has very intriguing premise, good plotting, but the writing style needs to be improved. Liked the main character and Helen, liked the research that was done and the main idea .

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Gripping story , good pace

This is a very good tale. The opening scene is suspenseful, and the dive into the character's head is immediate and powerful. She likes to kill, yet cannot understand many of her reactions. The addition of Prince Gallen is a good one. You like him and root for him. As Selene's past is unfolding the reader wants to know more. Keep at it!

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Good story with natural development very funny and very sexy!

I really loved this story from Mr. Writer. It is all told from the point of view of Rick and feels very realistic. The conversations feel natural, the development of the plot- how it starts from a drunken outburst, into deciding to better their marriage by experimenting with their sex life. How they go about it is also realistic: the search online, the fact that the wife gets to choose (which only makes sense). The sex scenes were good and very arousing . Liked it a lot!

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Nice idea, fair execution

The idea is quite original. The woman who gets burgled and finds it arousing and the game within a game that is played between her and the thief. The jewlery gets center stage and it is quite funny how the man gets turned on by the sparkle of the gems as well as by the lady. Well done.

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Engaging characters

This a nice tale with a very engaging and sympathetic teller. The chapters are a bit too long, but the story rolls away nicely.

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Loved the world and the main character

I liked the story a lot! The family background, the history of the land, the specific magic- all unfold nicely . The supporting characters are convincing- the spineless uncle, the evil aunt climbing the social ladder and finally the woman who takes Esther to the academy - she has traits that bring to mind the great Prof Mcgonagall . So- Great beginning- like it a lot and looking forward to updates!

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Beautiful thought evoking poems

I read all three poems and loved them very much. all deal with everyday issues that young women deal with. Mainly body image (first and third poem), or just plain teen age depression (second poem). The writer has a real voice and expresses herself beautifully.

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Fun read , I like the main character a lot

The writer pulls off writing the main character as believable, not a very easy task as she is both a model and a biker . I liked the fight scene from ch. 1 , it was well written and wild. I also liked a lot the fashion show. Keep at it, a great read!

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Nice introduction to the characters

I like stories that happen in New York and the writer uses the setting to give us places' names and the feel of the Big Apple. Both characters are sympathetic and there is a lot of humor, especially when we get a glimpse into Sophie's mind.

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Like the mix of thriller and erotica

I liked very much the beginning of this story. I love grumpy detectives who drink a lot and liked the character of the lady detective. I didn't give this story the maximum number of stars because I was confused by the plot. Nothing a good developmental editor cannot fix, though. Keep up the good work, there is a real voice here.

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Different, in a good way

I liked the story a lot. The development of the relationship was written with patience and the reader really cares about Lucy and Bill, and distastes Paul. The reason I gave only 3 stars to the plotting is that I felt the writer had a good base on his hands and could have really used it to build in some more twists into the story: An altercation with Paul when she asks him to leave, and Bill has to intervene, or threats from Paul he'll take the babies, that sort of thing. But, all in all, a great satisfying read.

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A fun read

This is a nicely paced book. The characters are well drawn, the dialogues entertaining. However, there were many grammatical errors and the punctuation is all over the place. The story is there, the characters are there it just needs polishing (i.e, serious copy-editing). Nonetheless I recommend this book wholeheartedly.

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Interesting dystopian setting

The story takes off immediately as we experience the narrator's difficulties and feelings. The meeting with Thomas is well written and the emotions relatable. Keep at it!

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Enjoyable reading

Nice story, the different terms of the shifter world are interlaced in nicely. The writer changes tenses a bit going from past to present and vice versa and it threw me off a bit. I think the plot is nice and the sex was hot!

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Captivating story

The story is told an a sort of a breathless manner which actually works very well. It moves on nicely and although it depicts horrific happenings it sounds believable. I must admit that at a certain point the lack of correct punctuation and the odd use of capital letters did bother me. That is of course easily fixed. Very good job Evelyn!

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Good story great set up

I liked the story a lot. The beginning is a bit intimidating but not overly so, and it serves the fantasy with just the right touch of reality. sex scenes are very enjoyable. had a bit of a problem with the therapist having sex with the patient but reminded myself this was pure fun and should be taken as such.

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Great reading

This is very enjoyable. The two guys are depicted very convincingly as well as their emptions. The sex scenes are great. My only critique is the girl, Olivia, a bit of a sex doll really a tool for the two men to use. She seems to be very sexual but her emotions and motivations arent that clear.

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