Arachnophile by Betty Rocksteady #review @bettyrocksteady

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Title : Arachnophile
AuthorBetty Rocksteady
Published: 2015
Pages:: 63
Format:: Ebook

 

Hatred and desire collide when the girl next door is a giant spider

Alex’s arachnophobia may be old fashioned, but he’s able to live a life of relative peace despite it. That all changes when a spider moves in next door. His girlfriend is sick of his attitude and begs him to give the new neighbor a chance. He overcomes his fear, but finds a twisted sexuality in its place. His attraction to the spider affects all areas of his life, and changes everything he thought he knew.

I love the NBAS and have read some excellent work, this is again one of those times. I still get surprised, pleasantly so by how great and original some authors are. Arachnophile is a story that had me enthralled and also emotionally invested. Touching, sad and curious it was like Alice falling down the rabbit hole into a world so similar to ours and yet so different. Bugs and humans living side by side with discrimination of species, mind numbing work and relationships that are unique to say the least. Relatable and yet curious and curiouser.

Well written and enjoyable. Highly recommended.

Thank you to the author for the review copy.

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