REVIEW: The Curse of Albrecht Manor, Ravenswood Series 1 by Christopher Newman from Dark Roast Press
Title: The Curse of Albrecht Manor
Author: Christopher Newman
Publisher: Dark Roast Press
Website of Publisher: www.darkroastpress.com
Genre: Erotic Fiction
Publication date: April 2008
Length: 175 Pages
As a last resort, Baron Albrecht has asked Noah Ravenswood for help in dispelling the curse which has affected all the female descendants of the family for three hundred years. A very unassuming looking man, one would never know just how much arcane power he wields and uses to help all in need who ask. Sifting through all the aspects won't be easy as he is under a big time constraint.
Having first come to Noah for help while in college, Sarah Bookings is now his associate in helping to solve and dispel evil arcane forces. Now they are on a case which will try their patience, faith, beliefs and endurance, but she has every faith they Will win. However, when dealing with a family of such convoluted relationships, anything can and usually does happen.
I found this a quiet meander through the beginning which actually became fairly action-packed through the last half. I was astounded at the different types of "beings" ( for lack of time to name them all—why ruin the fun?) which romped, raged, and literally stomped their way through this piece. While there was plenty of erotically explicit sex, it was the relationship of not only the mains, but the relationships (or lack thereof) of the Albrecht Clan that intrigued me as the tale played out.
Posted by Alternative-Read.com reviewer: WitchGiggles