Monday, May 27, 2013

His Secret Dancer by Faberge Nostromo

Title:  His Secret Dancer
Author:  Faberge Nostromo
Published:  March 15th 2013 by Breathless Press
Page Count:  107
Genre:  Contemporary Erotic Romance
Shelf:  Review Copy
Rating:  ★★★★

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Dan's drab life is a world away from his secret life as Danielle, the burlesque star of Tomasz's transvestite nightclub, Trans-Action.

Having found 'her' inner T girl as a student, Danielle has discovered the power of her femininity and her talent to entice and excite—but she realizes that Dan's life is losing the passion it once had.

As Danielle's relationship with Tomasz takes her deeper into both her lover and his world, encountering passions neither thought they dare explore, demure Francine is too often left to her own devices and desires. Her only release is in the fantasies inspired by the customers who pass through her life and her patisserie.

Does she want a man in her life or a woman? Or both...

Seeing her man exploring her wardrobe she decides to embrace the power of her own sexuality. Then a sizzling encounter with Tomasz unlocks the vixen in her and sets their two worlds on a collision course.

Can Dan bring Dan's world and Danielle's together—especially when he discovers Danielle's secret lover secretly loving Francine?

Or will Tomasz come between them both?

Adult-content rating: This book contains content considered unsuitable for young readers 17 and under, and which may be offensive to some readers of all ages.

My Review:

If I could tell you just one thing about this story it would be: “Welcome to a world you’ll never forget.” This is a book that will take many out of their comfort zone, but it is so tactfully done that you find yourself immersed in an entirely new world. Nostromo takes a topic that remains taboo in some circles and brings it to the forefront in a mainstream and very accepting manner with this thrillingly erotic tale.

Nostromo employs phenomenally intricate descriptions that paint a picture for the audience. He also relies on these intricate descriptions to set the atmosphere for the story perfectly. Rather than describing in length what someone is feeling or how they are reacting, Nostromo paints a 3D picture using sight, touch, and smell to create an entire atmosphere that the audience feels they are a part of. Overall, you cannot help but immerse yourself in this world. The author pulls you in and doesn’t let you go.

I love the character development in this novel. You get to know the characters, yet you never know everything about any of them. They all remain slightly mysterious to the reader, as they do to each other. Everyone has hidden secrets, including these characters. I also appreciate that the author only develops the main characters, as the supporting cast are all just background players. Nostromo tells us what we need to know to delve into this world with his characters, but doesn’t burry us in irrelevant details. I found myself really coming to like the main characters. I wanted to help them. More than once I found myself cross with these characters for all of the secrecy. Had they only been honest with each other they would have realised that they were all wanting the same thing. That said, it also made them much more real and approachable. They were real people with real life issues.

Overall this was a very unique, very intriguing story. Nostromo develops it in such a way that you can’t help but relate to the characters and want to get to know them better.

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