Review: Dangerous to Know by Lily Harlem

November 3, 2016 Review 0

Review: Dangerous to Know by Lily Harlem

For too many years I’ve hidden a sinful, erotic craving in the darkest corner of my soul. Within this deeply buried sliver, shameful fantasies rule and images—seedy, degrading, filthy images—burn through the dark of night and hold my dreams hostage.

Luckily, the center of my whore obsession is keen to play my slutty game. I know nothing about him, other than his taste, touch and smell, but that’s how I want it, because of one thing I’m certain—this man is dangerous to know. But despite the risks, in the very heart of New York, in open view, I’ll tempt him with my wares, show him my skills and prove I’m up for the job.

*Please note DANGEROUS TO KNOW was previously published with different cover art. Also this book is pure erotica, not a hint of romance, so if you want hearts and flowers, this isn't the story for you!*

Title: Dangerous to Know
Author: Lily Harlem
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: High-Sticked, Grand Slam, Berets and Bras, Christmas Crackers: Candy Canes and Coal Dust
Source: Author
Published: August 16, 2016
Genres: Erotic Romance
Pages: 50
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: five-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
300 Review

Gritty and scandalous describes Lily Harlem’s Dangerous to Know. This short story brought me to the edge of sexual fantasy and depravity and back again. The protagonist, Karen, has a whore fantasy that she desires to explore. Lucky for her, the hunky thug that hangs out in the park is willing to entertain her fantasy, bringing danger to her doorstep.

This short story leaves nothing to the imagination. Dangerous to Know is completely in your face with steamy, perverse sex, proving that sometimes twistedness and depravity is a fantasy in the making. Ms. Harlem delivers dark imagery that will shock and entertain. A must read, but not for the faint of heart. Open-mindedness and free-thinking are a must when reading this short story. I loved it and hated it all at the same time, thus telling me that Ms. Harlem is one hell of a writer of erotica!

Evelise 300
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