Review: The Midnight Masquerade by Monica Corwin

August 20, 2013 Uncategorized 2

Review: The Midnight Masquerade by Monica Corwin

Rumored to be the most debauched party of the year on the East coast, The Midnight Masquerade has only two rules: no one leaves and the masks stay on until midnight.

But what kind of trouble can Hannah and two handsome strangers make before midnight?

Title: The Midnight Masquerade
Author: Monica Corwin
Published by Decadent Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: August 2013
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance, M/M Erotica
Pages: 35
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Stars: four-stars
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.
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It’s time for the most desirable party for the fashionable and open minded in the city: Masquerade. An anything goes as long as it is consensual party: no one leaves before the doors re-open, and everyone’s mask stays on until midnight.

Hannah is going with her friend Ben, but they are meeting at the party. When she is first approached by Ashton, the party planner and club owner, and led off to one of the private alcoves, the sexual tension ramps up. After leaving to freshen up and regroup, Hannah returns to the private alcove to find it empty. In a bit of a pout, she heads back to the bar to start drinking and wait for her friend Ben.

Moments later she catches the sexiest sight: Ashton and an unknown man are kissing, groping and generally turning on anyone in viewing radius, including her. When Ashton reclaims her, with the mystery man – she leads them to the alcove and things take a steamy and sexy twist.

One woman, two men and utterly orgasmic and incredibly hot sex in multiple permutations including Hannah’s first introduction to a M/M scene wrap up the time until midnight and just after when masks are removed and Hannah finally sees who the mystery man is.

Quick, steamy and incredibly sexy this is a whole new perspective on a masquerade party, and is simply a well-written erotic short meant to entice and entertain. And it hits every bell.

 

Kallysten


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