Book Review of Spring Into Summer by Eden Baylee

In her latest release, Spring into Summer, Baylee has outdone herself yet again, taking her readers on a journey that is raw, passionate, and unmistakably human.

This sinfully delicious collection of novellas begins with two stories set in the spring, and ends with two in the summer. And just as the turn of each season brings with it a change in temperature, so do the stories in Baylee’s collection. They begin soft and tepid, and end gritty and smoldering hot. The gradual increase of spice titillating the reader, enticing them to read just one more page. Just one more tale. And it is this gradual shift which tugs at our hearts and speaks to our most intimate of desires. A seemingly insatiable hunger intensifying as we savor each and every word, bringing us to the brink of insanity, until, finally, she delivers to us what we so desperately want – an ending so satisfying you wish it would never end. And you wonder how long you’ll go before you turn back to the beginning, to tease and torture and satisfy yourself all over again.

Baylee’s stories are a masterful dance of love and lust and passion and desire, and speak to more than just her reader’s loins. Each word, each scene, each story, a delectable treat for all the senses – the mind, the body, the soul.

Spring into Summer is more than literary erotica, it is a magnificent piece of art which will forever have a home on my bookshelf.

Buy Links: Ebook formats at Amazon.com, or at Amazon.UK

Bio: Eden Baylee writes literary erotica. Her stories are both sensual and sexual, incorporating some of her favorite things such as travel, culture, and a deep curiosity for what turns people on. Spring into Summer is her second collection of erotic novellas.

Links: Website; Blog; Facebook; YoutubePinterest, and Twitter @edenbaylee

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