JULY 25.

25) A book that is your guilty pleasure


Dartmouth Cobras series by Bianca Sommerland

Yes it is another book series!

I got the first book as a Kindle freebie and loved it. It was one of those books you find by using search words such as: free kindle erotica, free kindle romance, free kindle menage.

It started out as a porn seeking adventure and now I’m even interested in hockey – I’m not a sports fan of any kind. In short this is a story about a hockey team called Dartmouth Cobras whose players have one thing in common – they all into S&M scene. The main coach is the owner of a private club which most players are members of. They are a  team who participate in playoffs and want to win the cup one day. There’s even a team listing in the books.

Then I went and bought a Kindle edition boxset of the first three book. Because I’m still not completely into spending money on e-books and I prefer buying paper books so this was a nice way to tell myself I’m saving money with the boxset edition

After that I bought book four


While I’m peeking out on buying the book five

I see the book six has come out!

I like how author made her promo page for the books.


A word to the wise:

This is a book about S&M ( and it is nothing like that fluffy Fifty Shades of Grey books).

In this book there are things which many will find provoking and even distasteful.

There is hardcore BDSM, polyamorous relationships, group sex, kinky sex, bisexuals who aren’t afraid to show it, some really daring characters


JULY 24.


24) A book that reminds you of an English teacher

Abstinence Teacher
The Abstinence Teacher by Tom Perrotta

The reason this book reminds me of my high school English teacher is the similarities I see between her and the main character of this book. Both are very caring in what they do and think of well being of others a great deal.

This is what I like to refer as a *vanilla book*. By that I mean a contemporary real life based book – no supernatural, no kinky business – ALL PLAIN STUFF THAT CAN HAPPEN TO ANY OF US AT SOME POINT IN OUR LIVES.

Main character of the book is Ruth Ramsey who is the high school human sexuality teacher whose openness is not appreciated by all her students—or their parents. This book illuminates the powerful emotions that run beneath the placid surface of modern American family life, and explores the complicated spiritual and sexual lives of ordinary people.

It also touches to some issues that I figured I feel rather strongly about.

I will not start on the issues I have with organized religion for the sake of ones who might stumble on my blog and read it – it would be a frustrated rant filled with negative comments.

I think the author did a fine job at writing about this topic.