Review: Rising Green by Sabrina York

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Review: Rising Green by Sabrina York

Chaos erupts for members of a scientific expedition on a remote island when Sage, the team's botanist, is impregnated with the spores of an alien plant form. She's always been the crew's "ice princess" but now something's changed. Now something is driving her, raging through her, compelling her to screw every man on the desolate, godforsaken rock. Again and again and again. What the very appreciative men don't realize is that each illicit interaction, each hedonistic commingling, takes its toll on them as well. And no one can survive the torturous pleasure unscathed.

Title: Rising Green
Author: Sabrina York
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Training Tess, Adam's Obsession, Trickery, Lust Eternal
Published by Ellora's Cave
Source: Publisher
Published: July 10, 2012
Genres: Erotic Horror
Pages: 38
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
Flames: five-flames

I have never read anything by Sabrina York before nor have I read any books from Ellora’s Cave Shivers line. I love paranormal and horror so when I read this blurb I thought that I just had to check it out plus I really love science.

After reading the blurb, about Sage becoming impregnated by an alien plant I thought okay this could go either way corny/silly or sexy. Well this story pulled it off. It was very sexy.

Rising Green was a very short read. Sage finds a strange plant and goes out to retrieve samples of the plant. Her life is never the same. Sage is the only women on an all man team but she has a reputation as being the ice princess. There is a reason for this but when she comes back she knows she is not right but doesn’t know what is forcing her to feel this way. There is much sex to follow.

This was a quick erotic read with just the right amount of creepiness needed for this story. The story was complete and when you finished you did not feel as though you were missing part of the story. The ending left you hanging and wondering but in a good way.

Rachel

                 

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