REVIEW: Tie Me to the Bedpost, Del Fantasma by Celia Kyle from Aspen Mountain Press

Title: Tie Me to the Bedpost, Del Fantasma
Author: Celia Kyle
Publisher: Aspen Mountain Press
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Genre: Contemporary Paranormal Erotica
Publication date: July 2008
Publisher’s Rating: Menage, M/M
ISBN: 978-1-60168-123-2
Length:61 Pages
Format: e-book
Reviewer: WitchGiggles

Lush, curved Niccy wanted just once to live out one of the scenes in one of her favorite romance novels. Before she settled into the ho-hum routine of a marriage with a ho-hum guy, she wants two guys to tie her to the bedposts and ravish her. The problem with that? The two guys she finds the hottest, that turn her on, are already mated—to each other, of course. Maybe it was time to ask Cody for help.

I LOVE DEL FANTASMA. Although I usually like my stories longer (cause these just leave me wanting more), these are always full of all the good things of life and Celia Kyle has just kept that tradition going. The central character in this piece full of humor, wit, and eroticism is a curved, full-figured woman seeking what we all want. Niccy is vibrant, the bar is its normal, unusual self, the objects of her fantasy are YUM, while the tale itself is told in such a way as to let us see and know the hunger and yearning to be loved in a manner to let the heart sing. I want more, please.


Author: Sassy Brit, Author Assistant

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