*NSFW* *I read this so you won’t have to!*

Kissing the Corona Virus – M.J. Edwards

Erotica, vialerotica, fantasy, fiction.

Rating 7/10

Dr. Alexa Ashington is suppose to find a cure for the corona virus. Instead she ends up having an sordid affair with the virus. First being within the test tube and the second time was when it was released onto one of Dr. Ashington’s coworkers body. Covid, he calls himself, uses his new body to give himself over to Dr. Ashington’s wants and needs. This becomes one of her most exciting affairs she ever has.

I have had seen this book all over the place and I knew I had to read it. I decided to read it so you won’t have to endure the utter weirdness that is of this novel. The writing style is very good and I liked the writing overall. But the genre itself and the contents I had an issue with. I don’t typically read erotica of any kind as it is not one of my preferred genres. This novel was meant and served as a purpose for the author to entertain others whilst make some money after losing her job. I did find this funny and weird that she wrote this. I feel a lot of women who are quarantined alone without a lover might find solstice in this novel as that being disconnected from intimacy can generate some serious allusions of sexual fantasies. I didn’t further research whether or not the author was experiencing this but as it would seem she might have been feeling this way herself. The writing was really good and excellently detailed.

I would not be willing to reread this book because this felt as a one time read and be done with it. I cannot say same for others. If one is into erotica of all types then I guess this book is for you.


Don’t Play God

Eeny Meeny – M.J. Arlidge

Mystery, thrilling, fiction.

Rating 8/10

Detective Inspector Helen comes across one crime scene that had been kidnappings and only one victim survived to tell their tale. The dark twist is that they committed the murder of the other due to a decision. As more of these types of crimes happen, all seem familiar to Helen. As Helen is facing her own demons, everything is at risk to save more lives and to catch this murderer mastermind. When she does, the truth is ugly and darker than she had thought.

I really had enjoyed this mystery thriller. The narrative was incredible, and the story line was deeply thought into. There was a great slow build up to the climax. The idea of the victims choosing who will live and who will die is intense. and I felt exhilarated from reading this novel. I couldn’t put this book down. Sadly, there was some problems with the writing mechanics such as there were a few spelling errors and grammar issues. Overall, I quite enjoyed this novel. I do and would recommend this novel for sure.