Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Cereus: Building

Title: Cereus: Building
Author: Sean Michael, Julia Talbot and BA Tortuga
Publisher: Torquere Press
Publisher URL: www.torquerebooks.com
ISBN: 978-1-61040-570-6
Genre: {M/M} {M/M/M} Paranormal
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx  

Jonny, a vampire and the owner of the club called the Bloodrose, has been offered a wonderful business opportunity from his friend Daniel, an undersized dragon who owns six hundred acres of land in the Cascades Mountains.  The deal is Jonny can build a kinky resort with a house for Daniel on the outskirt of the resort.  This is a win, win situation for both business parties, Daniel will be afforded a safe haven from the big dragons and Jonny will have plenty of land for the weres to hunt.  However, like with any project, a few problems arise. 

It's Elemental by Julia Talbot - 4 Nymphs

Construction manager and wolf shifter Chayton has a schedule to meet or suffer the wraith of newly appointed club manager Duke, a wolf shifter with a bad temper.  Chayton’s problem is the little decorator Kenny, an earth demon alarmed that Chayton’s window seat will ruin the feng shui in the room.  

The Third Course by BA Tortuga - 4 Nymphs   

Twin cat shifters Stephan and Marco are the Chefs, in charge of supplies.  When wolf shifter, as well as bar manager, Faelen enters the kitchen to place an order, he discovers there is more the trio can do together than work on the supply list. Warning: Twincest 

Smoke and Gold by Sean Michael - 3.5 Nymphs

Demon Zee, master of the playrooms, is on a rampage; none of the rooms had panic buttons installed.  On his way to rip someone apart, Zee plows into Daniel, a fire breathing dragon.  Their meeting becomes an ongoing debate of who will be master and who will be submissive. Warning: BDSM 

The theme in each story is the exploration of finding a balance with your mates.  Discovering each other’s desires and sexual kinks is the basis of each plot. Cereus: Building is a mixture of humor, a dash of emotional turmoil and plenty of intimate scenes.  Overall, Cereus: Building is remarkably enjoyable.

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