"I daresay Liam Holt has read his Nathaniel Hawthorne, his Shirley Jackson, and even his Stephen King (who was influenced by those other authors himself). Children-of-the-corn-type town -- set in modern times, but the inhabitants make the Amish look like TED Talks hipsters -- is ruled over by..." Darren
"I have picked up several of Tina's books and one consistent quality in her writing is her ability to connect to the reader and pull them into the world of the story. I don't know what it was like to go through school as a girl waiting for her womanhood to blossom, but I've known those feelings..." Michael
A trio of amuse-bouches about women with untrammeled appetites.
1) "Welcoming the Neighbor" -- Women may rightly feel suspicious when their guys suddenly develop an interest in chores: here, our married male narrator takes to washing the dishes more than is..." Darren
"In her bio, Tina Tirrell tells us: "I'm not afraid of the taboo." If *you* are (though I rather doubt it, if you're on this page and considering a purchase), be warned -- Ms. Tirrell does indeed "go there".
A family makes arrangements to go camping. The father, however, stays behind..." Darren
"This is a very entertaining and extremely well written story. The playful banter between mother and son was funny at times and titillating at others. Above all, the events seemed to unfold naturally and I believed everything could really happen. It was like a perfect storm of erotica. I would..." Michael