Title: Unicorn: Horn of Desire
Series: Unicorn Pleasures #1
Author: Cecilia Chase
Genre: Monster Erotica
Heat Level: 3 out of 4 flames
Overall: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Naughty Book Snitch: Mindy
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Unicorns are real, and they are not the beasts of legend. They want Serena, and she must confront her desires if she is going to find out why.
Oh, I feel so dirty right now! What a wonderfully filthy read.
Serena and Mo are friends working at Mr. Fullerton’s horse ranch for the summer. Serena is the shy quiet one and Mo is the flirtatious out going one. Serena and Mo are both crushing on the ranch hand Brett, but Mo’s constant flirts are at last successful. Mr. Fullerton isn’t the social type and he is all work and no play and never concerned about anyone’s feelings or well being. Just the slightest shenanigans on the ranch and Mr. Fullerton will fire you. Serena is shocked when she has a run in with a snake and Mr. Fullerton is there to help and in more ways than one. When Serena needs a quite spot to relax and get away from it all, she finds a secluded and almost magical waterfall. Here, Serena comes face to face with a unicorn and learns just how majestic they can really be.
“The creature’s saliva was a narcotic and I’d just become a junkie.”
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I picked this up. I love monster erotica and this is my first unicorn. I gotta admit that I really enjoyed it. Its smokin hot, not a single dull moment in this story and the flow and plot of the story is pretty good. I’m totally digging the horse ranch scene. The sex is really good throughout but I’m not sure how I feel about fisting. It’s not bad and there is a point to it, but I just haven’t read a lot of books with that in there yet, so I’m still getting used to the idea of it.
Overall it was hot, fun and delicious. For someone who may be thinking about buying this, please be aware that this is not a shifter romance. There is no shift at all. The unicorn is described as almost goat like with a forked tongue. There are hints that his whinny sounds almost human, but that’s it. I don’t even care and I loved it. I can’t wait to read the next one. Cecilia Chase has a new fan!