Saturday, January 22, 2011

Review: Lust (The Sins & Virtues #1) by Charolette Featherstone

Lust (The Sins & Virtues #1)
Charlotte Featherstone

Paranormal Romance / Erotica
Publication Date: 1/17/11

Of old, humans and Faeries have dwelt side by side in parallel realms. Only the canniest mortals recognize the alluring creatures that often walk--and lie--among them.

The righteous Fae of the Seelie Court cherish an ancient quarrel with their Dark counterparts: a curse born of anger and deceit. The Unseelie Court will perish unless one of is princes can win a woman's love--honestly, without coercion... and love her wholly in return.

To halt the slow demise of his people, Prince Thane--the embodiment of Lust--infiltrates the Georgian court to seduce his mortal inverse. Noblewoman Chastity Lennox is pureity incarnate--a sensual prize well worth winning. But Thane's carnal quest proves more challenging than he ever dreamed.

No other has ever been able--or willing--to resist his erotic charms. Chastity's resolve is maddening... and intriguing. It makes him want her all the more. But how best to seduce one who truly seems above temptation? Discover her greatest weakness and become the intoxicating essence of her deepest, most forbidden desires...






Excellent Writing! Boiling Hot Erotica!

Wow, the built up sexual tension in this book will blow your mind away and when the climax comes, Damn! All I can say is have your significant other nearby so you can pounce on them or get ready for a cold shower.

The story line between the Seelie Court and the Unseelie Court fighting over the seven virtues was brilliant and the seven sins being blessed upon the Unseelie Feys is fitting. The Unseelie Fey’s in this story are wickedly erotic and darkly direct. Just the sound of their voice and their single touch will have you under their spell and surrendering in every way possible.

It took me a little bit to get into the story but after the first chapter I was totally hooked and couldn’t turn the pages fast enough and now I can hardly wait for the next book in this series to come out. I liked how the author showed that even the supposedly good/light side of the Faeries have an evil side and are full of revenge and the bad/dark side of the Faeries has a good side.

I personally fell for the Unseelie Feys because of their passionate personalities and dark erotic sides. I found the Seelie Fey boring and too uptight with no personality which turned me off immediately regardless of how beautifully hansom they were. Great Read!


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