The Night Visitor
Title: The Night Visitor
Author: Ewan Creed
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Length: 13,000 words
Rating: B List
Blurb: Everyone likes sexually exploring. Finding things that turn you on, experimenting to see what gets you off… Hot partners and scenarios that scare some people and make others slick with desire… But what happens when the fantasies you’re living out are in your dreams? And what happens when these dreams seem to transcend into the real world as well? Could these be the creation of your hot, sultry and sexy mind, or is there something more to it? The Night Visitor exposes one man’s journey to sexual fulfillment and fantasy… but is it real?
Review: I really liked what Ewan Creed did here. He took the subject of grieving and turned it into an erotic tale with a hint of “forever” love in it.
No, at first it is more a scary-horror type of story, as we think his dreams are haunted, but as he finds himself more and more attracted his night visitor he starts wondering why he feels connected to the stranger who is part of his dreams and why he feels the need to meet him night after night.
The outcome of this story is creepy in a good way, which I wasn’t sure was possible until I read this book.
It’s a short story with a high voltage of sexiness, a mix of feelings between loss, emptiness, forgiveness and love. In this book they all come together.
And it is up to our MC to find out which one is more important and which ones he should learn to let go.
Reviewed by Connie
Posted on April 17, 2014, in Connie and tagged B List, Connie, Dreams, Experimenting, fantasy, Forgiveness, Friends to Lovers, Grief, Healing, Letting Go, Loss, Novellas, Sexual Exploration, Sexy, Sultry, Wilde City Press. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.