Thursday, April 29, 2021

Slaves to Desire by Eli Gilic - Guest Blogger Book Review


Charles Baudelaire, Rasputin, Anna Karenina, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet and Ophelia, Fyodor Dostoevsky, George Sand, Frederic Chopin, Vincent Van Gogh, Antonin Artaud, Maria Izquierdo, James Joyce, Federico Garcia Lorca, Salvador Dali.

Can Rasputin find redemption through the sins of others? What awaits Anna Karenina on the other side? Does passion still flow through the veins of the lovers from Verona? Can Hamlet and Ophelia escape their fate? Is Van Gogh’s loneliness a blessing or a curse? And can Dali dispel Lorca’s fear.

Eli Gilić deftly weaves fact and fiction to bring some of the world’s great writers, literary characters, artists and composers to life as they reach the heights of passion and the depths of despair in this mesmerising erotic short story collection.

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Jennifer's Review
Slaves to Desire is an erotic book, but I was not a fan of it.
Characters from plays such as Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and Ophelia try to find redemption through the sins of others, but do they succeed?
If you like romantic and erotic books, this one is for you. 

Author Bio
Author and translator. Eli loves creating enchanting worlds with words. She is permanently in love ‒ with life, nature, animals, books, and art. She likes experimenting with genres and chose to mix up erotica with psychology, philosophy, and paranormal to explore the nature of dark desires that haunt unhappy souls.




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