Monday, 18 February 2013
Big Bad: An Erotic Tale by Tricia Fleming
Author; Tricia Fleming
Publisher; UpsetAppleCart Press
Publication Date; November 22nd 2012
Description; Ruby Sanguine is about to inherit a family legacy that will steal away her innocence in every way. Her grandmother has hidden their family’s dark secret , Ruby’s own time for torment closing in as an agent of evil hunts her down. His methods of conquering her soul are seductively alluring but will Ruby be able to resist the ultimate call to darkness or has her fortune been cast with the demons in her blood?
The debut erotic novella by popular Wattpad author Tricia Fleming, also known as Trewest, takes a supernatural and seductive twist on the traditional 'Big Bad Wolf' of fairy tales. Join Ruby Sanguine on her provocative journey of self discovery to find what really lies within.
Goodreads Average Rating; 4.5*s
My Rating; 4*s
Would I read anything else by this author? Most definitely, because she is one of my favourite authors on Wattpad.
Would I recommend this book? Yes, it's possible.
My Review; Tricia Fleming is also known as Wattpad user Trewest. This was how I first heard of her, her book Queen of Spades was one of the first books I ever read on Wattpad and I love it. I have since read a couple more of her books and liked them just as much. This book however, I did not like as much.
Don't get me wrong. I still liked the writing and such, I just felt I couldn't connect with the story, and also, like, there could...maybe be some more information. The book felt like it was set in historical times, but, was it? I don't even know.
This is still a good book, and I still love Tricia Fleming's other books, and will still read anything she publishes, but this book didn't work too well for me. I'd still recommend it, because I have had a bit of reader's block lately, which makes me judge books more, but, yeah. This book still got 4 stars, and is still worth a read. It's a quick read at only 90 pages.
It is definitely a first for me, though. The retelling, and the subject. It's quite interesting.
Okay, this review doesn't make much sense, I'm rambling really.
That's because I don't really know what to think about this book.
A short, interesting read that I'd recommend. Basically.