Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Review: Blyss by J. C. Cliff

Blyss
by J. C. Cliff
Series: Blyss Trilogy (#1)
Published by: Self-Published by Author
September 14th 2014
Genre: Dark Erotica
Format: eBook
Source: Author

Rating: 4 Stars



     I have read books about slavery and human trafficking but this is a different story. We still have drugs and no real consent but there is a difference in this drugs. This drug lowers the women's inhibitions making them slaves to their sexual desires and willing to do anything or be with anyone to quench their appetites.

     Julianna is the daughter of a very rich and powerful man. She is kidnapped from her house by the men of a man who's been obsessed with her since he saw her at a dinner party her dad threw. He has been planing for her capture for years and when the time came he made his move to acquire her.

     She is taken to a facility to be trained to be the perfect woman for Nick without braking her into a mindless, spineless robot. There she captures the attention of Travis, her trainer. He tries to keep it impersonal but he feels things he hasn't with any other woman and he's helpless to resist her charms.

     Julianna takes every opportunity to thwart their plans to turn her into a sexual nympho and retain her ability to make her own choices. She is successful, but at what cost?

     The story and characters are well developed, there is a lot of things going on in a short amount of time (the book develops mostly in just one week) and although it leaves you with many questions of what's to come it also leaves you satisfied with what is already been revealed.

     The only reason this book is not a 5 Stars for me is that it's in first person POV and I just HATE that POV.

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