Riding Passion – D Jackson Leigh

Riding PassionsI usually struggle to read short stories, I find it difficult to learn enough about the characters to care what happens to them. But the moment I started reading Riding Passion my opinion of how a short story can truly touch the reader changed.

I’ve read the majority of D Jackson Leigh’s work – with the exception of Dragon Horse War: The Calling – so it was a lovely surprise to read short stories that shone new light on characters I was already familiar with. Having now read a short story introducing me to Jael and Alyssa , Dragon Horse War: The Calling is firmly on my list of books to read

The ten short stories featured are rich in character and hot in content. Some deal with the momentous occasion of the first kiss or touch that alters the fabric of our being and switches on a light we didn’t realize was dimmed. Others are so raunchy that you may need a cold shower to deal with the side affects.

Riding passion is a brilliant compilation of stories that touch the heart, soul and in some cases other places too.

D Jackson Leigh BiogMy only complaint – or rather request – is that I would really like to read more of Haze and Luna’s story and if I had a bucket list for novels I could ask an author to write, Skin Walkers would be at the top of the list.

(publisher review copy received)

Product info:

  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • First published 2015
  • Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (May 18, 2015)
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