Title: Lucifer’s Lunatic
Author: Destiny Blaine & Marc Alice
Genre: Dubious Consent
Length: Novella (102 pages)
Publisher: Dark Hollows Press (February 12th 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥2.5Hearts
Blurb: With a name like Manson, it was no great surprise when Manson Angola ended up in the pen. Some believed he’d been doomed for such a fate since birth. Others thought he was guilty as charged and still others believed he just downright deserved what he had coming to him.
What he had coming was shackles and chains, solitary confinement, and numerous attempts to make his life a living hell. Until one day, in walked a man who could’ve been the devil’s child, but in fact, had a more befitting name—Lucifer.
Dolled up in deception and as pretty as any man had a right to be, Lucifer—or Luke for short—stood about six-foot-two and weighed around two hundred and twenty-two pounds to be exact and he was as real to Manson as the guards who made a habit out of throwing him to the real wolves—the fellows who seemed to have a thing for a young fellow serving back-to-back life sentences for murders he didn’t commit.
Most men should’ve been afraid of someone like Manson. Then again, most men in the maximum-security prison knew why he’d been sentenced.
He belonged to Lucifer. And the other prisoners were just doing their jobs by breaking him in.
Product Link: http://www.darkhollowspress.com/#!luc-lunatic/cd58
Review: This book confused me a great deal. I didn’t understand why Luke had Tiger and Sam break Manson in only to get mad the second time because they didn’t do what he asked. Then Luke visits Tiger in the infirmary and Tiger has a valid point that if Luke cared for Manson the way he claimed he wouldn’t have sent Tiger and Sam to break him in, he would’ve done it himself. Luke gets mad and asks if they raped Manson. To which Tiger replies, “it was forced seduction” Then, Luke claims he never told them to rape him and then kills Tiger.
Manson was innocent of the murders he was put in prison for. Luke wanted him there and let others continue to abuse Manson, which confused me. There was a lot of forced sex that thankfully didn’t go into details.
Although the book was well written I personally didn’t like it.
* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review through