Friday, June 11, 2010

Review: Deliciously Wicked by Jenika Snow

Deliciously Wicked (Dimi of the Seven Moons, #1) by Jenika Snow

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Sci-Fi Romance

Heat Rating: 2



When Mena is transported into a strange world, she comes face-to-face with a towering seven foot tall man named Demariak. She can't help the desire that just one look from him sparks in her. When Mena is literally swept off her feet by Demariak and brought back to his home, she experiences pleasures she had only thought about in her most erotic fantasies.

Demariak is the leader of the ZorZack tribe, respected and feared by all who meet him. When he meets the beautiful Mena, he can't stop the possessiveness that consumes him. When Mena is thrust into danger and her life hangs by a thread, Demariak will do everything in his power to protect what he has already claimed as his own.

Ashira Datya’s Review

Two young women, friends and roommates, are sleeping one night and are woken up hearing swishing noises outside of their apartment. They go out to investigate and get sucked up into a vortex which takes them to another dimension. The girls, frightened to be in a new place that is so unfamiliar to them, huddle together and fall asleep. The next morning, they investigate their surroundings, walking through a dense rain forest to come across a cool cavern of water that they use to rehydrate themselves and clean up in. While they are cleaning up, a group of men find them and carry them to their village.

Mena forms a close relationship with Demariak, the leader of the village, and falls in love with him. Her relationship with him is jeopardized when her friend Kitty becomes determined to find a way home.
Demariak explains to Mena that the vortex appears one night each month and that they cannot go home until then.

Kitty decides to leave the safety of the village with Mena following as she tries to talk her friend into letting the men of the village search for the vortex. Kitty's escape ends up disastrous, leaving Mena to hope that Demariak would look for her. He finds her just in time.

I happily gave Deliciously Wicked 3 1/2 Tea Cups. The story was an entertaining read that left me wanting to read more; my only regret was that the story wasn’t longer than it was. The sex scenes were entertaining as well, and I give them a heat rating of  2 because they weren't overly graphic. I would readily encourage anyone who likes romances to read this story.

3 1/2 Tea Cups!

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