ARC Review: Se7en by Sky Corgan

My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Standalone
Release - October 11, 2017
Genre - Smut
Heroine POV - 1st person
Heat - 4.5 out of 5
Length - 141 pages

Seven sins. Seven days.

Chandler Lexington

I need a muse for my next exhibit.
She has to be young.
She has to be a virgin.
And she has to be willing to do everything I tell her to. No questions asked.

Emma Jones

Never in a million years did I imagine that I’d be selected for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Now I’m being whisked away to a private island to spend a week alone with world-renowned painter Chandler Lexington.
He’s gorgeous and mysterious and eccentric.
I though he was just going to paint me, but every seductive glance has a secret hidden intention behind it, and I’m beginning to think that this is about more than creating art.

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MY REVIEW

Chandler Lexington is a world famous artist. He’s preparing for a new exhibit and is seeking a virgin to play his muse. Emma Jones, at 18 years old, fit the bill. She’s spirited away to a private tropical island to spend a week with the mysterious and eccentric Chandler. No hardship, seeing as how he’s incredibly hot and sexy. I enjoyed the unique journey the author took us on in developing the inspiration for the seven sins. It was a journey that also brought Emma to her own sexual awareness. However, because this story was told in Emma’s POV, I felt that the perspective given was limiting in that she lacked the emotional maturity to illustrate each situation clearly to me. Although this story was incredibly sexual in nature, it wasn’t incredibly intimate, but I think that was the author’s intention. This lack of intimacy made their final leap to full-fledged relationship unrealistic and I suffered a disconnect to their involvement, but I was consumed by every sensual scene that unfolded between them. Se7en was entertaining in its simplicity and I liked that it was a bit different from anything I’ve ever read before.

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