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January 2, 2011

Desiree by Ken Goldman Review


by: Ken Goldman
Damnation Books
ISBN: 978-1615721245
Review posted 01/02/2011

It all started so simple. A child's game of Spin the Bottle. Her kiss sent Tommy through the sky. Just one kiss and Desiree had memorized the boy. Soon later Tommy killed himself in the name of Desiree.As years passed no one could resist the kiss, the allure of Desiree and soon after just like Tommy, they ended up dead. What power did she hold over them?

Desiree is not for the light of heart. The erotic sense of the story leaves the reader questioning why Desiree does what she does and at times the reader might believe there is a hidden evil motive behind Desiree.

What Goldman has accomplished is a psychological, erotic, horror fest that questions what is really love? He fascinates the reader with enticing characters and an overall twist at the end of the story. When reading this you will even be captivated with Desiree, but watch out, you may never want to leave.