Once you enter, anything goes. No fantasy–however dark and dirty and depraved it may be–is forbidden. You have no past, no inhibitions, no morals…and no memory.
All you have to cling to is the memory of a scorching touch, a searing kiss, the wet slide of skin on skin, and the heat of breath across your flesh.
Turn the knob…
Step through into THE BLACK ROOM.
A Brief History:
As part of the 2017 reading challenge, one of the items on the list is choosing “A book in a genre you usually avoid.” I knew this would be a tough one for me, so I decided to ge it over with as soon as possible.
For the genre, I decided to go with Romance. I also decided not to read what the book was about before downloading it, because then I’d spend hours trying to decide on a book. The book I ended up downloading was The Black Room: Door One by Jasinda Wilder.
I assume its a bad thing when what is supposed to be a serious book makes me laugh?
Yeah, I can’t belive I read this pile of crap. Almost the entire thing is one big sex scene, and not even a good one at that. Thank goodness this book was only around 70 or so pages because I don’t think I could have sat through more.
The first couple of pages of this book were actually pretty good, and had a unique premise: a woman wakes up in dark room surrounded by doors. She has no idea who she is, or how she got there. Now its up to her to decide which door to choose. That’s where the good ends, after that it’s all a hardcore you know what.
To be fair though, I am not the target audience for a book like this. So unless you’re into this kind of stuff, I highly suggest you skip The Black Room: Door One by Jasinda Wilder.
The Black Room: Door One by Jasinda Wilder gets an D-.
And another item is crossed off the 2017 reading challenge: