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A Review Of Virtus Game By Laura Tolomei

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Print Length: 358 pages

Publication Date: August 30, 2020

Publisher: eXtasy Books Inc (August 30, 2020)

Language: English

ASIN: B08H1GP9VH

Genre: Erotica

SUMMARY: When Prince Duncan Caldwell has to enter Cecilia Hurst’s Game of Masters and Slaves, he already knows he’ll have to play Master if he intends to retrieve the pyramid Cecilia stole from the sacred Nephis Valley. 

The BookViral Review:

Masterfully weaving erotica, fantasy and intrigue into a no holds barred read Virtus Game takes Virtus Saga to a whole other level with Laura Tolomei proving herself to be once again on fine form.

Many plot points and literary devices have commonalities in Erotic Fiction with far too many titles feeling predictable and familiar. But this is something Tolomei confidently avoids. Fast-paced, with continued conflict that keeps its chapters forging forward you won’t find any mundane romance tropes in Virtus Game or lame sex with coy descriptions. Tolomei set the standard in Book 1 and once again she exceeds the expectations of her readers!

She is sure of the story she wants to tell and as her story expands to include more subplots, the main story always stays focused with Prince Duncan Caldwell, his ‘Angel’ and Ylianor once again the centre of attention, With revelations and new alliances formed Tolomei’s emotional narrative hits all the right notes as she sets up the rest of the series with its unresolved questions and a cliffhanger ending.

A highly entertaining read for discerning readers of the genre Virtus Game is highly recommended!

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