Black Balled by Andrea Smith and Eva LeNoir

REVIEWED BY Joanne Swinney

Black BalledBlack Balled by Andrea Smith
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Jesus, Mary and Joseph! Grab a snack and prepare to be amazed this book is outstanding. I have just read something new and fresh, it was exciting, it was off the charts EPIC.
Babu is a reviewer of Indie Authors, HA! I know right? but let me tell you, he's not like us, the man is brutal beyond anything I have ever read. I always endeavour to give an honest review. I do not see myself as a critic, to be honest I hate that word with a passion. I'm a lover of books, I am a reader who then gives an opinion on what I read. I do not go out of my way to hurt an Author. Everyone has their own tastes so while some will love a book, others will not, but that's ok. I just think while writing a review be respectful. Babu is anything but respectful, his fans/followers take his word as gospel, pfft! We all have our own minds, take a look for yourself and decide if you like something or not.
Babu goes out of his way to ruin the life of Indie Author L. Blackburn with some help from L. Blackburn's ex wife Noelle, the woman is poison and deluded beyond belief. She refuses to believe that her ex husband "Larson" has a preference for the male gender. In hindsight I do empathise that this must have been hurtful to her, being married to a man and discovered she will never be able to fulfil him sexually.
The passion in this book is fuelled to overload your senses. It was indeed a hot summers day but the heat I was experiencing wasn't caused by the sun but to what I was reading, I was burning up from the inside-out. Larson knows what he wants out of life, he is egotistical and stubborn but smoking hot, he knows how to keep his lovers satisfied and has no problem in giving them explosive orgasms. Lucky them and lucky reader, the attention to detail is mind blowing.
Babu has suffered in his past and needs help in dealing with this trauma. I honestly do not want to give any spoilers out but I have to say the 'Queer Detector' made my stomach churn while tears slid down my face. Although I did feel sadness for a short time, this book is filled with humour. So many laugh out loud moments, I was giggling away.
I will definitely be recommending this book and I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did. Remember the next time you review, NO BLACK BALLING.
Thank you Eva and Andrea for sharing your brilliant book.

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  1. Thank you for the fantastic review!!!

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    1. Well deserved ❤️ This book should be at #1

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