Graphic Sexuality

Megan Hussey
Graphic Sexuality
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Phaze Books
Release Date
August 2011
Book 1 of O-Zone
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance

Imagine what would happen if your favorite fantasy hero came alive in your arms; in the flesh and ready to satisfy your every need and desire.

Dream becomes reality when Marie Jenkins, an everyday comic book store owner comes face to face with Noble; a warrior and sex servant who stars as the main character of "O-Zone," an erotic graphic novel for women only.

Marie's raw, uninhibited needs call out to Noble, who vows to seduce her and make her his own. Yet to stay together, they must build a bridge between a world of fantasy, and the true adventure of real life.

Book Review by Erinne (author)
Dec 11, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
219 people found the following review helpful
When fantasy becomes reality, expect to be swept off your feet!

GRAPHIC SEXUALITY is the first in Megan Hussey's O-Zone series. In the comic book world of O-Zone, Princess Andala and all women reign supreme. If they want a man to please them, then the men do just that. But being a sex slave has its downside...

Enter Omni and Noble, two hunky men bulging with muscles and lacking in love. They serve the sexually greedy Princess night and day and although their stamina never wears out, they find themselves tired. They are tired of not being cuddled, held, and they long for real conversation.

Our heroine, Marie, quickly fixes that! When the fantasy man, Noble, enters her life, she knows that she has found love. But what she doesn't know, is how far Andala is willing to go to get her sex slave back!

Unfortunately for Omni, his tale remains incomplete so I will read more of the O-Zone series to see if he ever finds a soulmate.

This was a quick, fun read! The only real qualm I had with this love bite, was that the love scenes were very short. I like a great deal of intimacy and detail when it comes to wicked cravings and GRAPHIC SEXUALITY left me wanting in that department. But the story was solid and delightful and definitely original!
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