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Publisher Description

Although most people believe 28 Riverhill Road is the keeper of not-so-buried secrets they’d just as soon forget, for Clarissa, the old house represents an opportunity for a new life.

That is, until the macabre obsessions set in. When she’s not trying to unearth the mysteries of the house, she’s stoking the flames of a sexual obsession with a notorious serial killer that’s been dominating the news. And when these fixations collide, she’s introduced to a passion unlike anything she’s ever known. Clarissa may be enjoying herself now, but will her ecstasy ultimately lead to agony?

 
From the Author:

ADULTS ONLY PLEASE. Through the Doorway of Desire is a 41,400 word story that contains sexually explicit material and adult language. This story is not appropriate for children and may be offensive to some readers.

Warning: Through the Doorway of Desire contains legal lust, seance chicanery, and convertible coitus.

More of The Portal Series:

-On the Other Side of Lust
-The Entry to Ecstasy
-The Portal (The Complete Series)

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2018
January 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
181
Pages
PUBLISHER
Kiki Wellington
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
242.6
KB

Customer Reviews

RomanceNovelGiveaways ,

Sexy and spooky

Sexy and spooky!

True to form, Kiki writes with a "Twilight Zone"-esque-ness to her stories, and it's a refreshing break from reading straight-up "this is scary for the sake of being scary" paranormal erotica.

I felt Clarissa's shift from who she was to who she became was very well done, and, at the risk of sounding like a broken record, the "Twilight Zone" moment that revealed itself had me saying, "No way!" out loud!

And Kiki sure didn't skimp on the steam! This is absolutely erotic in every sense of the word!

I will admit that I liked this book more than the first one, and I just know I'll like the next one even more!

I'm SO excited to read the final book and see what ultimately happens to 28 Riverhill Road!

(I received a copy of this book in consideration of an honest review)

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