#erotica #shortstory #norsemythology
There was absolutely no way that I could resist reviewing this new release by Samantha Macleod. I’m a huge fan of Norse mythology and love the author’s depiction of Loki, the trickster god, throughout her work. If you too love reading (extremely) naughty tales featuring gods and goddesses with superpowers, then I’d urge you to dive into this short story now. At the time of posting it was available FREE on Amazon.
Freyja is the most beautiful woman in Asgard, and she has no shortage of lovers.
But when Loki shows up on her doorstep, he’s after more than just her legendary beauty.
Loki asks to borrow Freyja’s feather cloak, the magical garment which transforms the wearer into a falcon. At first, Freyja is reticent to let go of her treasure. However, when Loki promises to show her something she’s never seen before, his offer proves too tempting to resist.
After all, what can Loki the Trickster possibly do to surprise the most experienced lover in Asgard?
This erotic twist on Norse mythology is highly explicit, and not intended for readers under 18.
Filthy, dirty and downright naughty! 5 stars
Where to start? What a deliciously debauched and down and dirty story this is!
Samantha Macleod packs a great deal of naughtiness into this quick read, which features Loki, the Lie -smith, on which she has based a number of books. Freyja is literally putty in Loki’s hands as he promises to show her something she has never seen before… How can a girl resist?
What follows is a series of carnal delights that delights and surprises even Freyja, herself a deity not untutored in the many and varied acts of lovemaking.
Neither this read or Loki disappoint in this highly charged erotic foray into the realm of Asgard.
Reviewed by Tina Williams
Please note that a copy of this book was given to me by the author for the purpose of a fair and honest review.