Publisher: Ravenous Romance
Genre: Thriller, Erotica
Length – 206 Pages
Other: M/F, F/F
Pagan & Pagan Elements: YES/NO
Card Rating: — 3/5 cards
Reviewed by: Monica
About The Book:
Chastity Flame loves her job as a secret government operative. She
foils criminal masterminds, travels the world, and finds new lovers in every city. Then she meets art historian Damien Michelet in front of one of her favorite paintings and discovers there’s more to life than just lust (although there’s plenty of that, too).
But Chastity doesn’t have time to think about what this sexy distraction means while she’s trying to uncover a vast computer virus scheme that will destabilize European currency and amusing herself with various lovers across the continent.
It’s hard work saving the world-it can be lonely, too. Before Chastity can make a decision about what to do about Damien, she takes part in a daring rescue of a geek genius, only to discover that the fellow operative lending assistance is none other than Damien! On the plus side, now she won’t have to explain her job-but what to do about that rule about no romance between agents? Will she risk the security of her country for some really wild sex-and the possibility of love?
Chastity Flame by C. Margary Kempe was a pretty quick read. One thing that was ever present was the fact that Chastity is a slut, and has sex as much as she eats and sleeps. Not a bad thing, just an observance. Chastity is a strong female character and is totally confused by the feelings she develops when her lover starts to become more. The feelings Chastity develops arrive pretty quickly and without explanation in my opinion, but Damien and Chastity have a ton of heat. Damien is the perfect partner for Chastity, he is strong enough to keep her on her toes but not so strong as to over power her sense of freedom.
Speaking of heat, this book is practically radiating steam. There are lots of different things to chose from, Ms. Kempe doesn’t write the same scene over and over, and even throws in some F/F love.
The villain in this story is practically seething evil, right down to the evil, maniacal laugh. He’s got everything you could want in a villain: betrayal, treason, kidnapping, etc. He has it all. If you like lots of steamy variety and a thrill ride that keeps you on your toes, this book is most definitely for you.
Pagan Elements: NONE, however the author is Pagan.
Cover (Rated 1-10): 7 Cover isn’t too bad and fits with the story.
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