Women’s Fiction Reviews
Coffee Time Romance
This is a spectacular story. Ms.
Pita did an excellent job of creating a mystery in this erotic tale,
giving it even more spice. You will be enthralled from beginning to
end. A fast pace, steady dialogue and excellent characters will keep
your mind turning. The erotic love scenes are so incredibly hot, steam
seems to rise from the pages. An absolute must read.
certainly nice to read a story that takes place in a far away land,
adding more drama and mystique to the storyline. Maria Isabel Pita's
characters are full of life and experiencing exciting lifestyles. Crook & Flail has action
happening at every turn... the writing not only flows, it has its own
current. The style was intelligent, with lots of wonderful dialogue and
Pita, you have a special style of writing that's certainly not
commonplace--it's a breath of freshness--pure oxygen to the brain.
aspiring Egyptologist, Evelyn Taylor retreats to the sands by the
For anyone with even a passing interest in Egyptian history, the words and scenes in Crook & Flail will delight. The descriptions of the ancient world set in modern times, laced with the graphic telling of the world of the submissive woman and the domineering man, give good counterpoint of different worlds merged… The bondage scenes are framed with the nature of Evelyn's passion, and then journeys into the psychological realms for the reader to enjoy. The sex itself ties the intricate, keep-you-guessing plot together, and the reader is left with a mystery to solve between the spankings and tomb touring.
the true S&M/bondage world enthusiast, this book will deliver
excitement with a story line.
Reviewed by Lisa Hicks
Bitten By Books
Lucia is still
recovering from her husband’s death seventeen months ago. When she
arrives in Egypt, she meets a handsome young photographer who begins to
draw her out of the world of darkness in which she has immersed
herself. However, after all that time, she begins to see glimpses of
her dead husband and begins to wonder if he is trying to contact her
from beyond the grave. Will her dead husband’s reappearance in her life
come between her and a new start?
give this book 4 tombstones. The overall plot was interesting, and
there were some surprising twists and turns throughout the book. Ms.
Pita does a great job of explaining Egyptian history in the book. Lucia
is an interesting character, rather submissive compared to most of the
novels main characters. I do caution that there are some strong D/s
scenes in this book, so if that is not your cup of tea, then this may
not be the book for you. But if you’re interested in D/s books, then
Crook & Flail is a book worth picking up.