Review of Sexpossessed by Ian Saul Whitcomb

I'm deeply involved in the Indie industry. Editing, Writing, Book and Cover Design, Marketing... I love helping authors publish high quality books. To be honest, I have no patience for those who don't even try. See, I love to read. The first picture of me holding a book, I was in the crib! So, sloppy books offend me on a personal level. To me, it's no different than serving spoiled food in the restaurant.

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I started reading thinking, Oh it's the usual erotic supernatural story. But from the first page, I was hooked. The words dragged me along like a strong current I couldn't escape from, not that I would want to. In the beginning, it was the usual erotic paranormal story. Tim's girlfriend wanted him to do something to her (which I won't mention here). He finds a way to divert her and ended up with an amulet that contained a soul. Wear it while having sex and the ghost will possess the wearer. Ho hum... Same old, right? But then it worked, and the ghost of Julia entered their lives. Tim and Liv obviously didn't think things through. Now they can't get rid of her. To do so, Tim needed to have sex with her, a gazillion times it seemed, and make her pregnant with his seed so she can birth herself and be free of the amulet. But how? She was dead. They needed to go to the afterlife, in the Dionysian fields, so they can have physical contact. And this is where the story got really interesting.

 

 

 

 

As the story progressed, I was astounded by the imagination required to come up with the characters and scenarios. Yes, it was highly erotic, with graphic sex scenes that a sensitive reader wouldn't appreciate, but it had more

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