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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Madeline Pryce's Illicit ✧Review✧



Blurb
An angel trapped in darkness, a sinner imprisoned, and a lust borne of destiny.

Eva has no explanation for the tattoo wings shimmering on her back or her ability to heal.

Peter Marx, a reluctant alpha leopard shifter who is more rebel than he is hero doesn't want to rule, and he sure as hell doesn't want to fall in love.

A night of unforgettable passion leads Peter and Eva down a dangerous path. The killer's trap grows ever tighter, forcing the two lovers to fight with everything they have.

Warning: This paranormal romance includes explicit sexual scenes, dirty talk, light bondage, anal sex and dubious consent.


Disclaimer: This title was previously published under a different penname and has been revised/expanded for republication


Illicit was a book that had me running the gamut of emotions. Madeline Pryce has always been able to incite strong emotions as well as the less all consuming ones with her descriptive writing and her character's interactions. This book was no different. Her ability to inspire anger, lust and compassion is an incredible skill. One she seems to use with ease.

The vivid story that Madeline Pryce has written is not only suspenseful, it is also hotly erotic and full of power struggles. And not all power struggles are about who is dominant, some are about getting someone to dominate. Peter and Eva have the most challenging start and one of the worst beginnings. Peter's jealousies can ruin everything but Eva can heal him, if he lets her.

This book seems so different from Madeline Pryce's other books. I love it. Her characters are just as lusty and just and dominant. But the story is new with twists that you see coming but seeing the how is fantastic. Peter doesn't treat Eva like porcelain and she refuses to be cowed. This was a fast paced book and one I didn't want to stop reading til the last word was read. It has some dark moments, though they had a purpose. The book was fantastic and has a suspenseful ending. I highly recommend it to paranormal romance lovers as well as erotic romance lovers out there.


Meet the Author

Madeline Pryce wrote her first novel when she was ten, penned with neon-pink ink in a loose-leaf binder. Captivated by romantic literature, yet intrigued by the paranormal, she continues to develop her own voice, writing the kinds of stories that inspired her as a teen.



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