1) My goodness, what a delightful surprise this turned out to be. The concept of the Art House itself was absolutely sublime, and the way Knight plays with her characters, drawing out their innermost pain by indulging their deepest pleasures, was wonderful. As much as I enjoy bisexual erotica, it rarely works on a romantic level - but here is most certainly did. It's one of those books where all the elements mesh so perfectly that you'd rather have to worry at the seams to find the tiniest of flaws.
2) It's good to see a book with a bisexual main character who has interesting and sensual relationships with both a man and a woman, and who chooses not which gender to love but which individual.
The Art House by Scarlett Knight
Bisexual Erotic Romance
Publisher: Dark Hollows Press, LLC (April 13, 2016)
Amazon Kindle: The Art House
Granted the opportunity to model for world-famous yet reclusive artist Edgar, journalist Janelle Ryan thinks she's finally landed the story of her career. What she doesn't realize is that by staying at Edgar's famous "Art House," her focus shifts from the news story to experiencing an unexpected personal awakening of her mind, body, and soul.
As a consequence, painful emotions she's been repressing for years begin to reemerge. Facing her demons head on, she realizes what is most important to her - how to forgive, and most importantly, how to love again.
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