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  • Posted September 10, 2010

    Scorching read

    If you love erotica or are new to reading it, this book is for you. Ms. Walker does an excellent job of sprinkling the erotic magic throughout the book like a baker sprinkles cinnamon on a cake.

    I think Ms. Walker wonderfully blended the background information of the town, the characters and the witchcraft along with the modern day connections.

    This is one of my favorite books

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  • Posted April 24, 2010

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    A Sensual and Haunting Story of Magic and Ghostly Possession

    "The unmistakable sound of a woman being pleasured echoed through the woods above the village of Carbrey. The sound was deeply sensual, and powerful - as if she dared anyone to defy her needs." So begins Rampant, Saskia Walker's sensual and haunting tale of witchcraft and ghostly possession in an enchanted Scottish village. Zoe Daniels is a practical personal assistant from London on holiday in Carbrey. She rents a seaside cottage called Her Haven, which unbeknownst to Zoe is haunted by the restless spirit of the former owner, an 18th-century witch named Annabel McGraw.

    Upon arrival at Her Haven, Zoe finds that the entire town of Carbrey has an eerie, powerful hold on her. She senses her control slipping as she is taken over by her sexual desires. Her encounters with certain locals add to her unease. She meets Elspeth McGraw the cottage caretaker and postmistress, Crawford Logan the local boat builder, and a mysterious restaurateur named Cain Davot. But the one she is most captivated by is her sexy neighbor Grayson Murdoch who seems just as intrigued with her. She soon discovers that a coven of local witches lead by Cain Davot who practice the dark arts and thrive on sexual energy want to use her as a vessel to reincarnate Annabel. White witch Grayson is determined to keep that from happening. And Annabel's spirit seems to have an agenda all her own as she desperately tries to communicate with Zoe through visions.

    I loved this story. It was beautifully written. The descriptions of the characters, town and surrounding landscape were amazing; I could easily picture myself there, sharing the experiences with the characters. The coast of Scotland sounds like such a beautiful, magical place! The book flows nicely, and the erotic scenes blend smoothly into the story and never overshadow the plot. I really enjoyed the paranormal aspects of the story. I couldn't wait to find out Zoe's fate and the real story behind Annabel's death centuries earlier. I highly recommend Rampant to fans of erotica and paranormal romance.

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  • Posted January 22, 2010

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    New book for lovers of erotica

    If you are one of my GoodReads friend you probably saw my reaction on the prologue of this book. Although I know that this is on the Erotica side of our bookshelf, I was not really expecting the first sex scene in there. It was not really shocking, I was just surprised. haha. I don't read much Erotica, my reaction was probably sounded virginal. Anyway, let's get back to the book shall we?

    The moment Zoe reached the small town of Carbrey in Scotland, she immediately felt horny. Horny like she have never experience before. In fact she has to pull over to get some fresh air, and what a coincidence, a biker dude pulled over and ask her if she was lost. She wanted him do all sorts of sinful stuff to her at that very spot, it was like an invisible force was turning her on. Nothing transpired, she had it under control but when she finally got to her rental cottage - Her Haven, weird things and uncontrollable and intense "need" happened. A crazy coven member and apparently a brilliant Chef named Cain Davot is out t get her. He plans to do a little necromancy and re-embodiment for his beloved Nymphomaniac She-Witch Annabel McGraw, also the previous resident of Her Haven. It was said that her spirit haunts the place and influence the occupants staying in it. Well that explains why Zoe's libido is on a haywire. But like all other erotica/paranormal/love story. Zoe have a savior and his name is Professor Grayson Murdoch. Also known as the biker prof. Described as tall, with blond hair (chin length), to die for bod and well endowed. In short it reminded me of my beloved Eric Northman, only this Grayson guy sounds bookish and is obviously a witch. Like what the blurb said, Zoe is a skeptic and I am going to add stubborn and sometimes totally irritating. Doesn't she find it weirder than usual when she saw Grayson taking a shower and pleasuring himself through her bathroom mirror? Sure it was a wonderful sight but I would totally freak out and ditch that town. And how about the insane and wild sex orgies, mild, BDSM, threesome, etc... that she keep dreaming / seeing? It must be a pain being turned on 24/7 and not being able to think about anything but sex.

    As far as the story goes, I am actually pretty impressed. It's not everyday that a book takes me to a European country with a spectacular view of the sea and coven of Witches living such debaucherous way. I was also fascinated with the history of Annabel. Her wild ways, the intrigue on who she was, the path to her demise and exactly how powerful was, I think that is the main reason why I kept reading. At first I thought she was evil, that she asked Cain to bring her back after 3 centuries and then she seems to be friendly towards Zoe, then I realized that there is only one evil in this book. Murdoch's lack of history intrigues me too. What is he hiding? What's his dirty little secret? And what exactly is his purpose in purchasing the house beside Her Haven?

    Rampant is definitely recommended for the lovers of erotica with paranormal elements in their character. A hot book Smut at its finest.

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