Review: Darkness Comes by Scarlet Sanderson

Darkness ComesTitle: Darkness Comes
Author: Scarlet Sanderson
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781419939945
Genre: Erotica
Release date: September 12th 2012
Number of pages: 69

Mia is a respected psychologist with the Company—an interplanetary conglomerate—and a master at using virtual technology to penetrate the criminal mind. No one knows about her sex-slave past, or about the dark desires she tries to ignore. When she’s given Dylan Benjamin’s case and told to break him down, something about the man, something primal, reaches deep inside her and strokes the taboo lust she’s worked so hard to hide.

Dylan just wanted revenge against the Company. He never expected to get caught stealing, or to be pitted against Mia in a virtual world. But he recognizes the darkness lurking in her and he’ll do anything to draw it out, to prove they’re kindred spirits. Only he can give Mia what she needs—not soft and gentle but hard and fast. No roses or pretty words—just chains and rough, raw pleasure.



I had a few problems with this novella since the begin, and that’s weird because this is a erotica and there’s bound to be at least some things I could like. I do love a good alien book, but this was a bit disappointing, because I couldn’t understand the connecting between Dylan and Mia. He sounded like a very smart and intelligent thief, but I just don’t understand his reasons to just get caught.
And why was so important to him that she could understand him and release her fears. I think if this book was a full novel I would DNF, but because his entire length was 69 pages I decided to finish it.