HELL by Elena M. Reyes

August 17, 2015 Swan Creates 0 Comments

This book promised me a sexy, dirty and satisfying sexual relationship between two consenting adults. Instead what I got was a confusing jumble of words and barely there emotions. Let me show you what I mean.

Joshua Timbers wants something new in his life after his father died. That's why he decided to leave the job and the home he had for many years and move to another city and start over.

After losing his mother at a young age and seeing how it destroyed his father, the strongest man he knows, Joshua vows to never let a woman have that kind of control over him.

But that does not stop him from curbing his enormous appitite for finding himself buried in the sweet heaven between a woman's legs.

All that changes, when he walked into his new job sight and got a sight of a sexy lady bent over a desk, shaking her sexy behind to a tune he did not know.

She gave him attitude and matched him word for word and when he decided to go in for the kill he found out that she is the one that would be signing his paychecks alongside her brother as one of his bosses, Janelle.

Now he must watch her everyday day in her sexy outfits that outlines the assets God blessed her with, Joshua thought that he would go mad, but he promised himself one thing, he would not touch her until she gets down on her knees and begs him for it.

He wants to make her completely his and his alone! 

Elena M. Reyes wrote a book that was very confusing.  Full stop the end.  I was expecting this to be so much fun, but this book was just not fully structured nor did it explain most of the things that were happening on in the book.

The book was written purely in Joshua's point-of-view and it was a new twist since I've not read a book where we saw only the man's view.  Apparently, Joshua is a cocky bastard that has abandonment issues.  After his mom died, the book states that his father was broken. That's all I got about his father, he was a hard worker and fell apart when his wife died and raised Joshua by himself.

Joshua fell in lust with his female boss Janelle who apparently wore inappropriate clothing to work, knowing that it would drive the men in the company crazy and likes it.  I'm not saying anything is wrong with that, but I did not like this woman.  She was playing a game that only she wanted to play and hurt people on purpose. Yet when she gets a taste of her own medicine, she feels hurt and betrayed.

Maybe I would have liked her, if her situation was explained better, but again all the information on the subject we got from the book was that someone was not there for her at a sensitive situation and that caused her to turn bitter and a ball buster.   

I really tried with this book, but I honestly don't really know what to make of this book. NOTHING was explained in detail and various aspects of the book did not make complete sense.

Joshua stated that he would not have sex with Janelle until he broke her and she was begging for his cock, yet later on in the book Joshua said that they were having sex and I wanted to know when that happened.  Throughout this entire book, their was only one sex scene in the book, one.  For an erotic book, that's not very good.

Well, two is you count the one where he made her explode but did not take any release for himself.  I hate to say it but this was not well planned and the execution was terrible.  The ending does not make any sense for there was again, no explanation to how Joshua and Janelle arrived at that destination.

You would have to read the book and see if you can make heads or tails of this book.  Tell me what you guys think.

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Amazon: http://amzn.to/1hIC0P2

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