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title: Sasha Shepherd Ninet and the Dark Night

author: Mina Ray

genre: Paranormal romance

B Sasha Shepherd Ninet and the Dark Night, Two worlds collide. Sasha is the heiress of a mob empire. Fin is a magician from another planet. When the two meet, they discover that they are complete opposites, but cannot get enough of each other. The result is an irresistible love that changes their lives forever.

The daughter of the King of Chicago’s Mafios, the “evil” Vito Ninet, Sacha is forced into an orderly marriage. Frightened by the older and only man she is engaged to, Sasha escapes on her wedding day and seeks refuge in an old tower. Its owner, Fin, is a nervous and mysterious man who seems to hate Sacha at first glance.

That is, until he understands who she is. Fin is a magician from the planet Arbes stuck on Earth, and the only way he can return is accompanied by a princess. Sasha is the perfect match because her father happens to be the fin mortal enemy. But as the night progresses, the tension between the strangers becomes erotic. The dark past of Sasha and Fin connects them.

Full of sexual tension and explicit sexual moments, the novel presents a lovable couple and their flirtatious and spicy romance that will make readers blush. Erotic romance is cheeky, fun, and never feels forced.

The plot is very character driven. Both the characters of Finn and of Sasha are well developed, with their virtues and shortcomings. The couple’s inner struggles, emotional and connectable, are honest and build the foundation for the novel’s plot line.

Although they have very different personalities, the two are immediately endearing: a fin for his charm and cunning character, and Sasha for her wit and inquisitiveness. The side characters are also charming, funny, and add comic relief to the intense mood that is sometimes present in the book.

One of the best parts of this book is its surprising depth. Although it starts as a steamy affair, it develops into a story about finding yourself. Sasha understands that she must trust herself and trust herself and not anyone else. Fin accepts and sees himself as who he is, without judgment.

But no one is better off alone. Instead, they help each other discover themselves, and be more open to giving and receiving unconditional love. These plot developments and characters are natural and necessary to create a well-rounded story.

Sometimes, the scenes are a little too short. Not much detail is given in terms of the plot, as the bulk of the book revolves around the characters’ relationships and development. Although these short scenes allow for an easy-to-read story, it feels as if the speed of plot development is unrealistic.

With longer and more detailed descriptions and perhaps additional background information that would provide context to the story, the book would have felt more complete. Unfortunately, because of the pace of the book, the ending feels sudden and hurried.

As noted in the book itself, this book includes sexually suggestive language and adult content and is best suited for an adult audience.

Sasha Shepherd Ninet and the Dark Night Is the first episode in a series of stormy novels wrapped in a dark fantasy. A mature twist on the legend, The princess and the pea, Sasha Shepherd Ninet and the Dark Night Sure will delight readers familiar with the old story. For lovers of love, this book will satisfy readers’ fantasies about forbidden novels and teach them about the power of surpassing your past.

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