Saturday, May 12, 2012

Review: Immersed in Pleasure by Tiffany Reisz

Review: Immersed in Pleasure by Tiffany Reisz

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Release Date: March 1st, 2012

For backcover blurb and more information on Tiffany Reisz visit her website here.

A erotica world that strips away your secrets and touches your innermost desires....

Welcome to Fathoms-- the exclusive club run by the infamous Kingsley and home to the mermaids, the most beautiful virgin women available for visual perusal only. Derek Prince is infatuated with mermaid, Xenia, from the moment he spots her. So infatuated he's willing to trade just about anything to be with her, except the choice isn't his... it's Xenia's.

For a Spice Brief this story is certainly hot! A continuance into the realm of Kingsley, The Priest and a slew of other unforgettable characters, whom lucky readers may have met in some of the Reisz other tales. If you haven't felt the need to submerge yourself in this erotic world I encourage you to commence the drowning. From the inner bowels of clubs that pride themselves on submission, domination, and any fetish in between to the realistic catalysts that drive the characters paths, Reisz is brutal and unrelenting.

Dialogue and plot are delicious drivers, along with a delicious way through intimate scenes which will leave a few marks. In Reisz's word the marks are a necessary sign of pleasure and successful navigation. Immersed in Pleasure is told from main character Derek's POV only, and surprisingly this made the story even better. Xenia through Derek's eyes is perfect visually and flawed internally, which doesn't stop his desire or growing need to be hero. This is Reisz's singular talent to make a knight in shining armor out of original lust.

This quick story ended right on time, another talent of the author's, and is perfect precursor to the recently released The Siren. If you want nab a look at the other realm's within Reisz mind then Immersed in Pleasure is a way to start.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds interesting! I love that it's mostly in male POV.

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