"I Would Love to Win this Lottery!"
The Lottery is one of those books that may take a
moment to get into but I am so glad that I stuck with it!
The first few scenes may be hard to get through for some
but the rest of the book builds beautifully. The story is
set in the future when the male population has greatly
decreased and has been primarily made to serve as sex
slaves to the highest bidder. Ethan has sold himself into
this lifestyle so that he can take care of his sister, whom
is extremely ill. Karlyn is an artist that is struggling to
get her name noticed so that she can finally live
comfortably and escape her family's scrutiny. Little does
she know what she get as an outrageously expensive birthday
gift changes her life forever!
This is a story that is well worth the time to get drawn
into it. The characters are richly developed and are
allowed to be human and therefore are not perfect; but that
is what makes them interesting! The love scenes are smoking
hot and almost makes me wish there was a lottery for a
smoking hot guy today! This is a great addition for anyone
that loves passion with just a little bit of a twist!
Reviewed by J. M. Schuler
Posted January 14, 2011
Living in a world where men were treated like a rare commodity, Ethan Spears did what he could in order to survive. But when the proverbial rug was pulled out from under him, desperate measures called for desperate actions. To save his sister, he entered The Lottery, offering himself to one woman for a year.
Karlyn Bowman was a rebel in her family, choosing not to climb the corporate ladder in order to pursue her love of art. Lonely, ostracized by the family who should have loved her, she pushed forward trying to become a success. When her friend gives her a lottery ticket to cheer her up, she puts it aside and forgets it. Imagine her surprise when the knock came to her door and her life—and his—were changed forever.
Be Warned: anal sex, masturbation, orgies, bondage