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eBook Review: Strange and Beautiful by JoAnne Kenrick

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Strange and Beautiful is the first book in a new series from JoAnne Kenrick – Tales from the Coffin. This story introduces Estella, Vampire Queen of the Rejected, and her sometimes-faithful subject and lover Lucy Rotterdayne – a zombie better known as Lucy Rot. The two of them have loved men in the past, but are now together and shunning men. A coincidence? I think not.

Read this tongue-in-cheek, unusual tale to find out more about these two fascinating supernatural characters and hear about their erotic exploits.

Strange and Beautiful is a very unique short story. It’s written as though Estella is talking directly to you, the reader, as if you were in the room with her. The story itself is a mixture of humour, the supernatural, and erotica. It’s very well done and I really enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to further tales from Estella and Lucy – and if quirky supernatural erotica is your thing, you should check this series out too.


Available from:
Amazon UK
Amazon US
All Romance eBooks
Decadent Publishing

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