Do you like the dark side? I revel in the darkness. Once I had a taste, it was impossible to go back to the rainbow farting unicorn. Not like I ever been that kind of reader, but still… lol! There’s just something about the dark side of human psyche that made is so fascinating. The things we are capable of doing – giving and taking is limitless.
I understand some people refused to read things that make them uncomfortable. But for me, I like being pushed. I like putting myself in the characters’ shoes. I’m not stupid enough to want all the vile disturbing things that happen in dark books to happen to me in real life, but I still want to live it. And that’s the beauty of written words. It let us live a different life safely behind the pages. It would be a waste to limit myself to only “normal” stories.
Since I don’t have reading hard limit, it is hard for me to find books that are dark enough to satisfy my dark needs. So whenever I found one, I could feel my evil side smirk like she just feasted on some terrified souls haha! Opaqe Mirrors is a dark erotic horror and definitely earned its place in the true dark category.
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When the line between fiction and reality bleeds, there is no end to the lies or a truth to be found.
It was never supposed to happen. He was supposed to remain a porn star—the source of my fantasies—in my expansive collection of torture porn. But he found me, and he only wants one thing from me. He calls it the ultimate orgasm; death.
He gives me the illusion of choice—my life or his.
I thought my choice would be the end of my troubles, but it followed me to a town known for its close-minded, small population and hypocritical way of thinking.
My madness lurks in the shadows. It watches me and seduces me with pretty smiles and dirty degradation. It assures me that my fantasies aren’t wrong. It tells me that they will star in all of my nightmares…and I want nothing more.
Content contains strong violence, coarse language, graphic sex, scenes of horror, and situations that most readers would find objectionable. Reader discretion is highly advised.