Frozen Heart by Alex Eldritch
He opened a twitter account @God_Almighty and his first tweet, "Attention Sinners - I have arrived." His second tweet, “Melissa was a treat, now she’s frozen meat. Check out the heat at the Estates Condominiums on West Elm Street.” Drew national attention. A D/s couple of paranormal detectives are hired to find the killer, but find they are not up to the task. Help arrives in the form of a transgender woman with a surprising history and even more unusual talents.
Explicit sexual and horrific torture scenes make this story 18+ and not for prudes or faint-hearted readers.
Sick, Twisted Erotic / Horror... Not for the Faint of Heart (Copied from Amazon.com Book Page)
A sadistic killer is on the loose and must be stopped! Some paranormal detectives band together with a mysterious woman to stop the killer. With demons, magic powers, and a lot of sex to be had, this read has it all. Reader be warned though- it's not for kids, or even some adults.
I Smell A Series (Copied from Amazon.com book page)
5.0 out of 5 stars I smell a series Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2021 Although I'm not into BDSM (If that's what it's called or if I got the initials in the correct order... see) the main plot driver of this book was compelling. Without giving anything away, we've got an absolutely horrific villain, a very unusual detective agency with ties to the government and some intriguing secondary characters whose growth during the course of the story just may prove to be the key. The author handles the subject matter expertly (Except, maybe, the BDSM stuff. I'm not sure) and the BDSM element of the book can actually be ignored and the story is still taut and moves along well, increasing the tension more than just one way and as worlds threaten to collide and the ticking clock gets faster. The ending is, in my opinion, final, but also open to interpretation. I, for one, would like to see the paranormal aspect of the good side of the battle explored further and, perhaps, that's coming soon. One thing's for sure, whether the graphic sexual situations bother you (in which case, as noted, you can skip them) or not, this is a story well told. Mysterious at the start, riveting as the end gets closer. Well worth the read, if only to dip your toes in the magical universe created by Mr. Eldritch. You won't be disappointed.
Copied from Amazon Book Page
Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2020 I guess that's a confusing title for a review, but it's the truth. I've never read hardcore erotica before so I can't say for certain that I have yet, but I'm pretty sure I have. I won't load this review down with warnings. If you check the 'Look Inside' feature of the book, you'll get your warnings about things that might make you not like this book that have nothing to do with the story. Now, on to the story. I focussed on it more after I read it the first time. As I noted, having never read hardcore erotica again, that aspected pulled me out of the story. However, it's relevant to the story and never pulled me too far away. That's a fair accomplishment (and kudos to the author) considering I've never read this kind of book before. What you have at the core is as complex and simple as any novel can get. Not an easy feat to pull off. There's the story of boyhood friends/enemies who meet over a stolen bicycle, then later in life while seniors in high school. Don't worry, I promise no spoiler. Needless to say, other characters become involved and the bicycles turn into motorcycles and biker-gang lifestyle. But there's also a very spiritual (scary) part to it, which comes later. Like everything in this book, this is a progression (I skipped another one - no spoilers) that follows naturally from the previous. Things seem slow at the beginning, but the events and dialogue are well paced, raw, and honest. If you give this book a chapter (which is easy to do), you'll soon find yourself in a hell you would never imagine at the beginning of the book. That being said, I don't know if the back of book summary goes that far into the plot. I don't like to read that stuff. Just the premise. Otherwise half the book's already been read for me. The writing in Bikers Haunt is, as noted, raw and pulls no punches. It's also expertly crafted and intelligent. If you're looking to dip your toes into the world of hardcore erotica, but still want a satisfying story, this is the book for you. If you've never read hardcore erotica, read it anyway. Just pretend no one knows you're reading it. You won't be disappointed. All in all, a beautifully crafted book in hard packaging. I recommend it without reservation. I don't mind if you hold it against me. You've been warned. This book isn't for kids and, mabye, not for a lot of adults.