- Phaze Books
- Release Date
- June 2011
- Book 2 of O-Zone
Alternate Universe, BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Laryn is a top sex servant on the planet O-Zone, the exotic intergalactic setting of the O-Zone Adventures, an exciting graphic novel for women only. Yet even comic book heroes have feelings, and he yearns to find true life and real love via a visit to the planet earth.
It is here he finds Amelia, an everyday comic artist who is at first reluctant to succumb to his seductive charms. Eventually the couple falls in love; only to find their romance threatened by Princess Andala of O-Zone, an intergalactic princess who will stop at nothing to bring Laryn home.
Graphic Passions is the second chapter of the Adventures of O-Zone; a world of forbidden erotic fantasy where women rule, and no hot fantasy is left unexplored. Escape to O-Zone...
Book Review by Erinne (author)
Oct 19, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
137 people found the following review helpful
Does anyone remember the band, A-Ha, from back in the day? They had a fantastic music video for their song, "Take On Me". In it, the lead singer was a comic book character who came to life and fell in love with a real-life woman. I have always fantasized about that video coming true! Imagine my surprise when Megan Hussey wrote a short erotic piece about comic book men coming to life to serve and please their women! I squealed in delight! Oh, one of my fantasies written in detail made my spine shiver!
O-Zone is the erotic comic book that transcends the planes of reality and fantasy. There are many hunky men who serve a spoiled princess, Andala, but who find themselves hollow and lonely. After all, sex isn't all a man wants...
Laryn is so lonely that he finds a way out of the comic world of O-Zone and into reality in Florida! He finds his one true love but the question that is raised: will Amelia, the insecure heroine, accept him as her love? She has been betrayed before and she's not willing to trust that an honest-to-goodness fantasy man could be real! Added to that, Andala wants her sex slave back and she is willing to do whatever it takes to drag him back to O-Zone!
I absolutely loved the premise. It was so unique and creative but unfortunately, the writing was a bit slack. Megan Hussey is a fantastic author, a creator of ingenious ideas, but this short read seemed rushed and Megan's heart was definitely not in it. The erotic scenes breezed by as if they had somewhere important to be and even the character's emotions seemed hurried. I think GRAPHIC PASSIONS could have been a 5 star read if Megan had spent more time developing the characters and the love scenes.
That being said, I still appreciate the creativity Megan Hussey brought to this tale. It was both adorable and different!
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