This book contains graphic depictions of sexual activity including oral sex and masturbation. It is intended for mature audiences not offended by explicit representations of sexual activity between consenting adults.
His striking blue eyes and hot caresses haunt Raven’s dreams leaving her longing each day for more, but are they dreams or something more?
The memory of the dream from the night before continued to snake its way into her thoughts, and her nipples hardened in response. The memory of his fingers stroking her swollen clit caused her to slip her hand beneath the waistband of her yoga pants, on past the barrier of her cotton panties, until she found the wet folds of her pussy.” (description from Goodreads)
Parkerson delivers a great erotic story with Of Ghosts and Dreams. I can see how readers can get all “hot and bothered” by the steamy parts, but what I more focused on in reading it was the story. That’s not to discredit the author’s ability to write erotica. That, as I said, was very effective.
The relationship between Raven and her dreams (and the man of her dreams…yes, I just said that…you’ll understand there’s a joke in there when you read this story) was intriguing. I don’t think that I fully understood it, though I don’t think Raven did either. The only one who seems to know what’s exactly going on it the man she’s been dreaming about. I was left wanting to know of what he knew. I was left wanting to see how Raven continued on living.
It’s a good wanting though. It’s not agonizingly painful where I need a sequel or to ask the author. It just has a good way to keep me thinking about the story. And I think that’s a good thing for a short like this to leave a reader with.
About the Author
Charity Parkerson was born in Tennessee where she still lives with her husband and two sons. She made the bestsellers in Contemporary Romance list with her book “A Secure Heart”, and her paranormal Sinners Series, was voted as one of the top ten “Best books by an Indie author in 2011”
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