Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Review: Kaydana and the Pool of the Gods

Title: Kaydana and the Pool of the Gods
Author: Nyki Blatchley
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Publication Date: October 2010
ISBN: 978-1-61650-197-6
Genre: Erotic Fantasy
Length: Novella
Rating: 4/5
Heat Level: Dirty Martini w/ half a twist
Other:  Explicit sex – m/f, f/f, f/f/f, ménage, older/younger, human/fantasy creature, graphic language.

Kaydana takes on the strangest quest yet.

Kaydana the Sorceress has a problem. Frustrated without her lover, she’s used the powerful Staff of Ishlun for relief and is now too explosive for any partner. Venjei, an older sorceress, also has a problem. She desires her young colleague, but doesn’t feel she has a chance – not to mention the hazards if she did get her way.

In an attempt to break the magical spell, Venjei accompanies Kaydana telepathically to the Netherworld in search of the fabled Pool of the Gods.

Will Kaydana survive the strange, surreal Netherworld and its sexual snares or will she perish on her quest? And, even if she does succeed, what price must she pay to be free of her curse?


In the fifth installment in the Kaydana series, Blatchley delivers a sizzling erotic tale that takes the heroine, Kaydana through a series of increasingly difficult temptations and seductions. 

Though reading this tale is part of a series, it is not necessary to read the other books to enjoy this tale (reading the others would probably enhance the experience though). This tale, on its own, was a spellbinding read full of magick and hot sex. I recommend it.

*Book provided by author for review

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