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Saturday, August 31, 2013

Scott Hildreth, Author: MUST READ: 5 star "BABY GIRL," by Scot Hildreth - ...

Scott Hildreth, Author: MUST READ: 5 star "BABY GIRL," by Scot Hildreth - ...: BABY GIRL AMAZON SITE   WARNING**WARNING***WARNING***WARNING***WARNING***WARNING   READ THIS BEFORE YOU READ THIS BOOK:   This boo...

MUST READ: 5 star "BABY GIRL," by Scot Hildreth - The most controversial erotica since 50 Shades of Grey

 
WARNING**WARNING***WARNING***WARNING***WARNING***WARNING
 
READ THIS BEFORE YOU READ THIS BOOK:
 
This book, by all means, is controversial. ALL CAPS CONTROVERSIAL.
 
My novel, Broken People, stands as a testament that I can produce a masterpiece. Critical acclaim from around the world. IN TWO MONTHS. It was, and remains controversial. Baby Girl is also a masterpiece. It is, however, real.
 
Baby Girl is NOT a romance novel. This is novel of love, compassion, and learning. It depicts two people that are in deep pain. Pain that they attempt to resolve by having sex. Sex in the store, sex in a car, sex here, sex there...
 
But, they make progress. This is real, it is not pitter-patter 'watered down for the masses' romance.
Uncertain of what they want, and what they're capable of, they proceed to attempt to develop a relationship. One that starts with an arrogant prick having sex with an intelligent, intellectual, willing young woman of 22.
 
The male protagonist is a psychiatrist, and he's EXTREMELY confident. He mind-fucks this girl hard. Not to hurt her, not to manipulate her, but to find out who and what she is.
 
This book is the development of a relationship that will be told in three books. This book is able to be read and enjoyed (as long as you don't mind the mind-fuck, sex, mental manipulation, sex, real talk, sex..) as a stand-alone novel. It will not, in that regard, disappoint.
In the end the three books combined will tell a tale that will have you say, "Awwwwee..."
 
Synopsis:
 
First in a series of three Erotica novels in the Erik Ead series.
 
D/s Erotica true-to-life story that is told in alternating POV's from each the male and female character, Baby Girl is a real to life tale of the development of a D/s relationship.
A 36 year old alpha male, and the rich 22 year old daughter of the local BMW dealer meet at the beginning of summer. Neither has ever been in a meaningful relationship. He rides in a Motorcycle Club, she's scheduled to go to grad school at the end of the summer, but has no intention of telling him.
 
Both were raised by single parents, and have issues dating back to childhood. His medical background allows several discussions that are accurate and beneficial to the development of the relationship.
 
They begin an agreement and a relationship that both believe will benefit them - for the summer. No. Strings. Attached.
 
He is strong willed, mature, kind, considerate, articulate, and caring - until it comes to sex. Sexually, he is Dominant and unforgiving.
She is naturally submissive and lacks experience in the D/s world.
Written in the author's own fashion of telling a tale from the mind of the characters, this story develops in a manner unlike any other current BDSM tale. Prepare for a ride and a romp like no other. This is raw, real, and not a tale for the weak of heart. Prepare the ride of your life...
 
The first in a series of three full length novels to tell the life of Erik Ead.

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

BOOK REVIEW: "BROKEN PEOPLE" "Simply the best mainstream novel I've read all year..."


Jay Squires review of Broken People, by Scott Hildreth states, "Simply the best mainstream novel I've read all year..."


JAY SQUIRE'S REVIEW OF BROKEN PEOPLE
 
 

"Broken People" is simply the best mainstream novel I've read this year. It is mainstream fiction at its finest. The story-lines unfold from the viewpoints of multiple characters, each one being explored to the full extent of his or her depth of emotion, intelligence and brokenness while weaving the unique thread of that character into the warp and woof of the finished fabric.

Don't expect the fabric to be beautiful, or even pleasing.

It is neither.

These are broken people. And the threads of their lives are split and frayed, one moment dazzlingly brilliant, the next moment faded; threads combine: the weakest point of one with the borrowed strength of the other then wound together and pulled through.

FAT KID's brokenness may repulse you. Good! That's what he wants ... while he exercises his own peculiar brand of genius.

MICHELLE, of Egyptian heritage, is broken by the collision of her independence against the crush of her family's cultural inflexibility.

DAVID is broken by the conflict between his sexual identity problems and his retired marine father's homophobia.

MARC & BRITNEY are two broken people made whole by their love--yet torn apart again by family and society.

Broken people, all, each touching the other. The threads of their lives are delicately and lovingly pulled through the loom by Scott Hildreth's creative genius to produce the fabric of this marvelous novel.

A spot at the top of Amazon's Bestseller list is reserved for "Broken People"!


Monday, August 26, 2013

Scott Hildreth, Author: GOODREADS BOOK REVIEW: 5 Star BABY GIRL, by Scott ...

Scott Hildreth, Author: GOODREADS BOOK REVIEW: 5 Star BABY GIRL, by Scott ...: GOODREADS REVIEW OF BABY GIRL   BABY GIRL AMAZON SITE   I invite each and every one of you to read the Goodreads review of "B...

GOODREADS BOOK REVIEW: 5 Star BABY GIRL, by Scott Hildreth EROTICA LIKE NOTHING YOU'VE EVER READ...


 
 
I invite each and every one of you to read the Goodreads review of "Baby Girl".... the review is amazing... Click on the above link to read the review.
 
This is Adult Erotica like no other you will ever read. Simply stated, you will finish this novel feeling as if every nerve ending is exposed.

In the same fashion as the critically acclaimed Broken People, the author climbs into the head of the reader and stirs emotions. Baby Girl is a graphic adult erotica novel that begins to unfold in this first of three novels telling the story of the life of sexually dominant  Erik Ead.

Erik is the 36 year old son of a single parent, his mother. His father died when he was three, and his mother raised him. Upon returning home from completing his medical school and his residency, his mother is killed by a drunken driver. Searching for answers, and uncertain of his ability to love anyone, he rides a motorcycle to rid his mind of life's harsher offerings.

When he meets Kelli, the 22 year old daughter of a wealthy BMW dealership owner, they both agree to have a no strings attached sex only relationship...for the summer. Unaware of Kelli's commitment to attend grad school at the end of the summer, Erik makes mental plans for the advancement of a potential relationship, and allows himself to begin to heal.

Kelli, at least initially, is in the relationship for sex and to learn of the intricacies of a Dominant/submissive relationship.

This book is real, it is raw, and it will open your soul for a search of who you truly are, sexually. You will find a little bit of yourself in one or all of these characters.

This is not the typical romance, or erotica. It is not fairy tale romance, nor is it any form of fantasy. It is real people, real circumstances, and real dialogue. It hits hard, and it hits in a fashion that will cause you to second guess what you're doing in your relationship. If you have ever really wondered about yourself, sexually, you'll have the answers upon a complete read.

The series, when completed, will leave you speechless. Intended to be read as a series, but each book can be enjoyed as a stand-alone novel.

Sex scenes are real, raw, and unlike what you're used to. If you're easily offended by the use of expletives, this book is not for you.

As one reviewer already stated, "Christian who? Give me an Erik Ead..."

Precisely.

Give me an Erik Ead.

MUST READ EROTICA: "Baby Girl", by Scott Hildreth - 5 star Erotica like no other - alpha male, motorcycles, MC, Tattoos, sex, BDSM, and D/s relationships



This is Adult Erotica like no other you will ever read. Simply stated, you will finish this novel feeling as if every nerve ending is exposed.

In the same fashion as the critically acclaimed Broken People, the author climbs into the head of the reader and stirs emotions. Baby Girl is a graphic adult erotica novel that begins to unfold in this first of three novels telling the story of the life of sexually dominant  Erik Ead.

Erik is the 36 year old son of a single parent, his mother. His father died when he was three, and his mother raised him. Upon returning home from completing his medical school and his residency, his mother is killed by a drunken driver. Searching for answers, and uncertain of his ability to love anyone, he rides a motorcycle to rid his mind of life's harsher offerings.

When he meets Kelli, the 22 year old daughter of a wealthy BMW dealership owner, they both agree to have a no strings attached sex only relationship...for the summer. Unaware of Kelli's commitment to attend grad school at the end of the summer, Erik makes mental plans for the advancement of a potential relationship, and allows himself to begin to heal.

Kelli, at least initially, is in the relationship for sex and to learn of the intricacies of a Dominant/submissive relationship.

This book is real, it is raw, and it will open your soul for a search of who you truly are, sexually. You will find a little bit of yourself in one or all of these characters.

This is not the typical romance, or erotica. It is not fairy tale romance, nor is it any form of fantasy. It is real people, real circumstances, and real dialogue. It hits hard, and it hits in a fashion that will cause you to second guess what you're doing in your relationship. If you have ever really wondered about yourself, sexually, you'll have the answers upon a complete read.

The series, when completed, will leave you speechless. Intended to be read as a series, but each book can be enjoyed as a stand-alone novel.

Sex scenes are real, raw, and unlike what you're used to. If you're easily offended by the use of expletives, this book is not for you.

As one reviewer already stated, "Christian who? Give me an Erik Ead..."

Precisely.

Give me an Erik Ead.