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  • Posted December 29, 2013

    Naughty little novella Remember in my review of My Shifter Show

    Naughty little novella

    Remember in my review of My Shifter Showmance, the first in the Shifting Realities series, how I said R.G. Alexander’s erotic novellas are quirky? Yeah. My Demon Saint takes us past quirky and into…did I just read what I think I just read territory.

    My Demon Saint is the story of our favorite half-demon, Saint. He’s also known as Sinner in the online video game he created. He gets his demon rocks off by “connecting” to people as they play online, sinning and fighting and being not-themselves in an altered reality. The technophile of the three Showmance roommates, he’s constantly logging in – whether it’s by computer or his trusty Blackberry.

    With me so far?

    Through a chance encounter, Saint connects with Ume. Bedbound after a car accident left her physically damaged, she loves to play around in Saint’s game. Running, jumping, fighting…it’s become an addiction to her. And then one night she meets a warrior within the game.

    And that’s when things get a little outside my comfort zone.

    Let’s be blunt – the two characters have sex within the game though both people who are technically in control of those characters can actually feel everything happening to their characters. Got that? And then Ume gets pulled INTO the game…and we get to experience an altered-reality ménage. Like you do.

    Overall, the writing is pure R.G. Alexander – naughty and witty with pure heat behind those sex scenes. My issue with the novella had more to do with me being way outside my area of reference. And I mean because of the video game stuff.

    I don’t play video games – never have – so the whole world within the game and subculture is completely lost on me. I liked the novella but couldn’t relate as much as I wanted to. And I really wanted to – something about Saint makes me stand up and do the hair-flip-shoulder-lift-half-smile, you know? I still give this 3.5 stars for being naughty and spicey and all kinds of fun. Plus we got to see a lot of Liam.

    Mmmmmmm, shifter Liam. Love it!

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  • Posted December 13, 2010

    Great Read

    Half demon and half human Saint is too sexy for words. Ume Wu was just enjoying pictures with her cousin Julie when her world changed. After one night of ghostly passion she shuts down from the computer world only to be dragged back ... literally. Now in a world that's not her own she shares in desires she never knew she had.

    Saint has become bored with his life, even the world that he created. When by helping a friend he stumbles across Ume. Now that he has laid eyes on her he can't and won't let her go. Pulling her into his virtual world was a last resort, but little did he know she would soon turn every world he has come to love upside down.

    This book was magnificent. Ume is such a strong female even through the bad things that life has dealt to her. The reaction of her first encounter with Saint was both comical and steamy. And Saint didn't disappoint me in the least bit. He was comical in the first book and even more so in the second. I loved his unique skill it would be so cool to possess that skill.

    I could not get enough of this book! From beginning to end I was eagerly anticipating the next page and then the next. R.G. Alexander has this way of conveying the world she has created so well you can almost picture yourself in it. All in all this is one great book and I can't wait to read more in this series.

    Originally posted At Whipped Cream Reviews

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