Her Royal Hotness, Sabrina York, writes naked erotic fiction for fans who like it hot, hard and balls-to-the-wall, and erotic romance and fantasy for readers who prefer a slow burn to passion. An award winning author in multiple genres, Sabrina loves writing hot, humorous stories for smart and sexy readers.
FIERCEby Sabrina York
Celebrating her divorce with a girls’ weekend in Vegas, the last thing Katie wants is a one-night stand. Her best friend disagrees and submits the divorcee’s profile to Madame Eve. When the mysterious owner finds her the ‘perfect’ match, Katie knows it won’t matter…she certainly doesn’t need
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Celebrating her divorce with a girls’ weekend in Vegas, the last thing Katie wants is a one-night stand. Her best friend disagrees and submits the divorcee’s profile to Madame Eve. When the mysterious owner finds her the ‘perfect’ match, Katie knows it won’t matter…she certainly doesn’t need more proof she’s frigid.
Intrigued by Katie’s faithfulness to her inconsiderate, former husband, cynical Sebastian relishes the challenge of overcoming the damage they’ve both suffered at the hands of their respective ex-spouses. Drawn to the fiery spirit in his 1Night Stand match, Sebastian will have to prove he’s the lover who can help her embrace her passion.
Paired for a night of temptation and release, will these two damaged souls find ice turning to fire?
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Fierce was another great story in Decadent Publishing's 1NS series, and once again, Madame Eve hit the bullseye with this couple. I liked that the hero and heroine shared the same kind of pain, that of a stinging betrayal in their marriages. Even though they had both sworn off relationships, Katie couldn't deny that she was physically attracted to Sebastian. He stirred something in her she couldn't recall ever feeling during her ten year marriage. For Sebastian, Katie's allure was in her fidelity; giving him a flicker of hope that most (married) women weren't like his ex-wife. I didn't have a problem believing their chemistry because I felt they understood what the 1NS service was about, they understood each other's pain/weariness, and they were obviously physically attracted to one another. Dear Madame, the sex was hot, Hot, HOT! Sebastian was so sweet for wanting to take his time with Katie, to show her that she was anything but frigid. He made her feel desirable, sexy, and gave her some of her lost confidence back. Everything about her just showed Sebastian that he'd simply made a poor choice with his ex-wife. I liked the plot, I liked the execution and I really liked the characters. While we learned enough about Sebastian to get a good feel for his character, I thought Katie could have been fleshed out just a little more. It wasn't mentioned why she had stayed married for ten years if there was no chemistry. Did she even love her husband? "She knew what she wanted. What she needed. Men just couldn't get it right" sounded, to me, like she was lumping all men in the same category as her ex, but how would she know when she'd only been with one man? I think a bit more background on Katie would have made her a more well-rounded character. Nevertheless, I was engaged from start to finish. The ending was sweet, and I'm grateful for their mature handling of the situation and communication. I'd definitely read this again and recommend it to anyone who wants a short sexy read with mature characters. Rating: 4 to 4.5 Disclaimer: I received an ARC from the author for the purpose of an honest review.
If you haven’t read any of the 1Night Stand series of contemporary erotica, you should give them a try. Quick light reads that are all about the one night: the sensuality, pleasure and connection between the characters. And since they are all created by different authors, each one has a particular flair and voice that gives a great bit-sized introduction to the author. In Sabrina York’s Fierce, the story is given some clever background while providing characters that are both realistic and complete: obstacles, embarrassing friends and first time jitters included. In fact, I think everyone has a “Joy” in their life, that friend with great intentions yet no mute button when drinking: I know I have one or two of those. Katie is having a girl’s weekend in Vegas, to celebrate her divorce. What her friend Joy knows, and we are to learn, is that Katie needs to find her groove. She didn’t have it to get back, not if Joy’s standards are anything to go by. Joy has graciously gifted Katie and her new-found resolution to swear off men a night with Madame Eve’s service. Sebastian is the client, who actually was listening to some of Joy’s more outspoken revelations as the women were talking, and his interest in Katie only grew more intense the more he learned about her. There is so much to love about this story: first the wounded and guarded characters, and their determination to be done with “relationships’ yet their realization that they are special together and fit perfectly. It is rare to have a short story that isn’t missing some character elements: but from conversation to interaction all the way through their chemistry: it is there for these two. Both arrive well defined yet wounded, in ways that every reader can relate to them. Their chemistry and their steam is evident and apparent, and really does give those moments of “ooh” to the reader. And, as a quick pick me up bedtime read – this ticks off all the boxes. Without losing what is her trademark humor in dialogue and setting, there are giggles, sighs and moments of inspiration to be had in this story. I received an ARC from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.