Thursday, July 31, 2014

Craving Caine by Erica Lucke Dean with Elise Delacroix [Book Review}

Women's Fiction, Erotica
March 2nd 2014
Published By:  Cinnabar Silk
WebsiteErica Lucke Dean

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My review copy:I received a copy of this book from the author, in exchange for an honest review. 

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Emily Chambray wants a divorce. Unfortunately, her husband believes in “’til death do us part” with an emphasis on “death.” She won’t get another chance, so her get-away plan must be foolproof. When a ruggedly handsome stranger comes to her aid, she definitely doesn’t expect to fall for him in her hour of deepest need.

Xavier Caine has ulterior motives when he offers Emily refuge in his rustic cabin. Against his better judgment, he is drawn to her innocent allure and natural beauty. Together, they explore a sensual relationship that rocks their world. But once Caine sets the stage for his own agenda, Emily could end up directly in the eye of the very storm she’s been trying to escape.


Those monsters were just in her head. The monsters chasing her now were entirely too real. 
She may be young, but she's a total ice queen. Hicks spit out the words as if they tasted bad. See, that's the thing. From what I've seen of her so far, she seems well... Caine scratched his head. She seems nice, if I didn't know who she was I might actually.... The line crackled for a long moment. This isn't going to be a problem for you, is it? Nope. Are you sure? I'm sure. Caine glanced at the building in the distance. She knew the world she was marrying into. I have no sympathy for her.   
She knew if she died tonight, it would be worth it for the few days she'd spent with Xavier Caine. He'd changed her life, and no matter what happened from that moment on, she would always be grateful to him for that. 

Craving Caine is fast paced and on point. It is a story of romance, danger, secrets and lies.
We first meet Emily as she is trying desperately to flee her abusive husband. The only problem is he owns the whole damn town. If she fails this time, he won't let her live long enough to do it again.

Caine finds her on the side of road after her car breaks down and comes to her rescue. He asks her to his cabin in the woods and although Emily isn't sure, she knows it is better than the alternative.

An instant attraction sparks and the two do their best to stay away from each other. Caine doesn't need the complication and Emily doesn't need another man in her life. Despite their best efforts, they both find themselves caught up in the other. When they find out each others hidden secrets, will they still care?

I read this novel in one sitting which seems to be the theme of every novel I have read by Erica Lucke Dean. Her writing is always easy to love and she tells a passionate story like no other author I've known. I get beyond excited when she has new books out and this one was even better than the last.
A Indie Lover at heart, I just love supporting authors that don't have those HUGE marketing campaigns backing them. As a seasoned reader, I read all different types of genres and authors but the ones I usually end up connecting with most, are the ones by new authors, with smaller audiences than the ones that write"fangirl" books.

About the Author

After walking away from her career as a business banker to pursue writing full-time, Erica moved from the hustle and bustle of the big city to a small tourist town in the North Georgia Mountains where she lives in a 90-year-old haunted farmhouse with her workaholic husband, her 180lb lap dog, and at least one ghost.

When she’s not busy writing or tending to her collection of crazy chickens, diabolical ducks, and a quintet of piglets, hell bent on having her for dinner, she’s either reading bad fan fiction or singing karaoke in the local pub. Much like the main character in To Katie With Love, Erica is a magnet for disaster, and has been known to trip on air while walking across flat surfaces.

How she’s managed to survive this long is one of life’s great mysteries
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