Lacey Reah has worked as a teacher, a fitness and yoga guru, a healer, an actress and a writer. She has traveled the globe, living in major. Fireflies. Book review by Sarah Hayes. Linda had everything going for her: a loving boyfriend and a life that seemed perfect. That is, until the. Fireflies By Lacey Reah – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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It was erotic and sensual and took my breath away at times. Anyone who has ever wanted to seduce a woman to the point of no return can learn a thing or two from the lead character. lacfy

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July 7, Words: It’s all about a very original and genre-crossing idea. I was not required to write a rexh review. This book is destined to be a cult classic. I will be reading it again.

Linda becomes a beast, feeding off the energy of orgasmically-charged blood. May 7, at 4: The story and characters have rrah and layers that are generally unseen in the erotica genre.

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It seemed to lose a little momentum. There’s laceey question who rfah character is, and there is enough character development to keep it from being boring. Jan 02, Nyie Rombeng rated it it was amazing Shelves: The only thing I can say; if you have a problem reading anything sexually graphic and erotic, you do not want to read this book. There was a fair bit of character development too, given the relatively short length of the book.


Mar 01, Sally rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was a pleasant surprise for me and a very satisfying adventure.

Book Review: Fireflies by Lacey Reah

I’m editing this to fit in my current format and add flreflies disclosure. At its core, this is the story of three very different women. Mar 11, Melissa at My Chaotic Ramblings rated it really liked it. Add in it’s written in her pov and then she turns into this “beast” and all we get is “I stealthily sneak into the nearest subway station” “I jump” “I leap” I I I I I I Bby is a delicious story of sensual delight and sexual expectation of a woman’s natural bisexual nature and it unfolds in a way that can be enlightening and disastrous to others.

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I hope to hear more from Lacey Reah. Linda holds no erah against the creature that changed her; she doesn’t, in fact, hold onto any kind of nostalgia for her life as a human, and goes through a nightly routine of hunting, seducing, and feeding, and she is, if not happy, at least occupied.

Danika reviews Fireflies by Lacey Reah

More please, and I don’t just mean b this genre. Unless otherwise stated all books reviewed here were received free of charge from their author or publisher. This is a great book to settle into the covers with at the end of the day. I don’t know if it was because I’ve never read this type of story before but I just couldn’t connect with the characters.


She becomes a master at feeding by prolonging the orgasms of her victims. Not lacet the faint of heart. Linda is a career driven woman who goes for a walk one night and is seduced and transformed by a vampire like creature known as a nymphomite. I am, unfortunately, an extremely fast reader, and I read this book much too quickly.

Lacey is a creative and very talented writer. Lacey Reah has done a remarkable job in creating many layers of nuance and symbolism in this story. firelfies

Sally Bend on Oct. I guess that’s why she was selected by the other nymphomite in the first place. Mostly about sex, but not because she wants to get freaky with every woman she sees. Soon, the complacent but active character we’ve been with for the first fifty pages transforms, and what we have is a wounded, suddenly regretful vampire, who even takes a shot at going home, knowing there’s no future for her there.