Author: Leta Blake & Keira Andrews
Publisher: Leta Blake Books
Release Date: 9/19/2015
Genre(s): M/M Fantasy, Erotica, M/M Erotica
Page Count: 86
Heat Level: 4.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Cursed as an infant with a lack of physical and emotional gravity, Prince Efrosin can’t keep his feet on the ground or his head out of the clouds. Laughing his way through life, he’s never been weighed down by love and lust.
Then one fateful day, his tenuous tie to the earth is severed and he blows away on the wind. He’s rescued by Dmitri, a handsome young woodsman who suffers from a mysterious curse of his own, and the two strangers are irresistibly drawn together. Experiencing sex and love for the first time, they dive into a delightfully sensual and passionate affair.
But the evil witch who cursed them is planning her ultimate revenge. Efrosin and Dmitri must fight to find their fairy tale ending and live happily ever after.
This is a retold fairy tale with an erotic twist.
This is a grown ups’ fairytale that tickles the cockles and brings a smile. The only thing missing is the edible cottage and oven. As an avid childhood reader of folktales, I loved this book. The characterizations are heartwarming and luscious. The escape into dark forests and sparkling lakes was enjoyable.
Leta Blake will go on my list of authors for light entertainment to clean my palate of the heavier stuff.
A storybook kingdom has magical witches and forest faes that place mean spirited curses on innocent baby boys, classic. One angelic prince was born to a selfish indolent king father and a beautiful kind witch. His curse is to never walk the earth and float forever as a thoughtless unkind boy. The woodsman boy is born to a beautiful barren wife who receives the blessing of a beautiful baby boy from forest fae. He is curse to dwell forever in the forest alone for his entire life, never to know love.
A birthday gift gone badly causes the two beautiful coming of age male virgins to meet and fall in love. The rest is a tale of lascivious romping and a scary ending.
Dmitri is the earthy and beautiful half fairy. Cursed at birth and bound for life to the forest. The dark beauty finds unexpected love floating in the treetops.
Efrosin is a beautiful blonde male born of magic. Cursed with levity he is doomed to float in the air forever. His coming of age birthday gift is unexpected love and much yearned for passion.
The flow was spot on. Skill in superb creative folktale I would enjoy visiting again and again.