Anyway, I read three books on my kindle while I was there. Two I bought from Changeling Press, because I love their erotic novellas! Especially the ones written by Cynthia Sax! Boy, can she write hot scenes! Enough to make my eyebrows melt!
I read 2 of Cynthia's Demon Chronicles, and I'll probably go back for more!
Demon of Convenience: Mina is a "vessel", which means that she needs to bond with a demon, hold onto his power, and magnify it for him, so that he will become invincible. She wants to do this with a friend, so she will still be able to have sex with others, but he sends their mutual acquaintance, an icy demon named Taurinus...he's also a deadly assassin. She thinks he dislikes her; in fact, he's been fighting his attraction to her for a very long time. When they mate, the fireworks begin, and repeat over and over again! Phew!
This Enchanted Demon: Augustine, the "friend" from the previous book, needs to bond (mate) with a vessel to save his sister, who is being held against her will. He goes to a sorceress seeking a vessel, but finds the sexiest woman he has ever seen, who loves hot sex and plenty of it! Misunderstandings abound, mostly so that they get to have make-up sex! Who cares about the plot anyway? Lots of hot erotic scenes abound!
Black Dog and Rebel Rose, by Danielle D. Smith.
I've never read anything by this author, but her blurb on Goodreads described the hero as "hawt", and hinted at erotic scenes to make you sweat. Plus it was being offered at a reduced price by Amazon, so I bought it.
I was not pleased that I didn't get a cover with my novel.
I was pleased that on the first page she quoted from Puscifer, one of the bands featuring Maynard of Tool. Maynard loves women and sex, and many of Puscifer's songs celebrate that in the most sexual way that they can.
Black Dog and Rebel Rose are both demon hunters...each has a different reason for doing it, but they are both very good at what they do. They hunt, torture, and kill demons...vampires among them. Since I'm really tired of sexy vampire romances, I was glad to see vampires more like Nosferatu than Twilight. These walking dead deserved to die, and they were spectacularly dispatched by both hunters. That's what I found unpleasant. The descriptions of the killings of the demons took up a whole lot of space. I guess if you are writing for a male audience, that's what you do. As a woman looking for the "hawt" hero and the erotic romance, I was a bit let down. They do get down to it, then they do some more killing. Then they fight, then kill more demons, then do the deed again. Repeat again. There is a HEA ending, because these two are fated to be together. I guess.
If you like zombie-killing and demon-blasting, this is your book. I may let my husband read it before I delete it. And maybe my sons who play violent video games like Duke Nuke'em might enjoy the splatter. Me, not so much.