Title: Blyss (The Blyss Trilogy #1)
Author: J.C. Cliff
Release Date: September 14th 2014
Publisher: J.C. CLIFF LLC
Genre: New Adult/Dark Erotica/Crime
Rating: 4 stars
Blyss is something the world has been trying to create since the beginning of time, the ultimate aphrodisiac, a drug used against women with one single purpose in mind ….
Julianna Oakley has just finished up her junior year at college and flies home to spend her last free summer with her father on their prestigious Georgia estate. Julianna isn’t the stereotypical rich girl, a spoiled prima-donna. She’s down to earth and has an independent streak a mile wide, insisting she makes her own way in this world.
Nick has been setting the stage for a long time, and sparks fly when their separate worlds collide. She is Nick’s ultimate obsession, and he will stop at nothing to own her.
When Travis, Nick’s right hand man, lays his eyes on the prize, all hell breaks loose. He should know Nick is playing for keeps, and while Julianna is fighting for her freedom, a lifetime full of secrets and twisted perceptions slowly unravel as Julianna gets caught in the fray.
J.C. Cliff writes a whole new genre for dark eroticas with her first novel in The Blyss Trilogy!
I have read so much dark eroticas and initially, I thought Blyss would be like Pepper Winters’ Monsters in the Dark series. The girl gets abducted but both captors and captive would develop strong feelings for each other but oh boy…I was most definitely wrong!
First of all, both Travis and Nick are fucking hot and Julianna is one beautiful Aphrodite. Seriously, the author has a way with her words to describe one’s beauty and hotness! Sad thing is, with both Travis and Nick’s god-worthy looks, comes their wicked thoughts.
Julianna Oakley is starting to be my favourite character and more often than ever, I found myself rooting for her! Literally with every page turned, there is absolutely nothing predictable because Nick is just one huge asshole up straight and cruel and Travis?
Travis. Is. The. Worst.
Honestly? I think he’s more of a devil as compared to Nick. At least Nick has shown his devil persona to Julianna from the start but Travis, wow, Travis makes me want to punch him for what he did to Julianna.
Everything about this novel is really good. From the writing, to the plot, to the characters, it’s really amazing. The part about the drug part? Well, I’m just curious to see whether Julianna would really fall for either one of them and that, dear readers, is why I will most definitely be reading the next novel in this trilogy!
Recommended for fans of dark eroticas, Pepper Winters novels and J.D. Sloane’s White Rabbit!
*Thank you to the author for providing me with an eARC in exchange for a honest review.