Monday, March 8, 2010

Whose your Daddy Episode #1

Euftis interprets a woman's reoccurring dream.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Men Cry in the Dark by Micheal Baisden

Ummmm....probably because this book is tedious to read... The only reason that I bothered to finish it was because I made the mistake in purchasing it.

Other reviewers called the male characters in his book "one dimensional", to me they read like they were on the downlow. Call me a homophob all you want, but I ain't huggin' up on another man and definitely not one I just met.

I was extremely irritated reading this book because the characters were just flat out unrealistic. For instance, the main character supposedly grew up in the ghetto but had lines like, "...just look at that magnificent view outside my hotel window...". huh?????

In the immortal lexis of "Blaine and Antoine" I have two words for this book. Hated it!

Euftis Emery
Author of Off the Chain

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Pandora's Box by Allison Hobbs

Allison Hobbs came to my attention when began offering her book Insatiable with mine. Curious, I then picked up Pandora's Box to become familiar with her writing style and finished reading it on a round trip flight to Portland, Oregon.

I expected Pandora's Box to be a raunchy romp of sex, money, sex, drugs, and more sex since the book revolves around a prostitute who works in a modern day whore house. However, I was surprised to find that the book is an intense drama that illustrates how women from all walks of life (I.e., white, black, educated, welfare recipient, sanctified and heathen) can get caught up, chewed up, and spit out by the prostitution game.

My only regret reading this book is that Allison leaves far to much to the imagination with the sex scenes for my tastes (ya'll know I'm nasty...). Therefore, if you are looking for a volcanic erotic read...Pandora's not it.

However, if you are looking for a riveting story that will make you think. This is the book for you. It will force you to look at yourself and ask the question, "...what would I do...if I hit rock bottom." Excellent read!

Euftis Emery
Author of Off the Chain

Monday, March 1, 2010

Confessions of a Video Vixen

This is a very sad story of someone who never got their
life together. Life is not one big continuous party and it's
unfortunate that Supahead probably still does not
understand this. I started this review stating that it is a
very sad story. However, I don't find the story sad
because of the trials of Ms. Head. I find it impossible to
feel sorry for someone who makes the same mistakes
again and again.

This story is sad because I feel very sorry for the child
that was birthed by this woman. I won't
say...raised...because a woman who would
leave her child at the doorstep of a physically abusive
father or leave for days and even weeks at a time on
X-tab binging parties is not a mother. I found Supahead's
behavior in regards to her child reprehensible. But what
can you expect? A trollop is as a trollop does.

Euftis Emery
Author of Off the Chain

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