Review: In the Bedroom of Medusa – Magen Cubed

Review: In the Bedroom of Medusa – Magen CubedIn the Bedroom of Medusa
by Magen Cubed
Publisher: Self-Published
Genres: Fantasy, Romance
Pages: 89
Source: the author

I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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An ancient monster in the modern-day. A gilded castle with whispered secrets. A peculiar sapphic romance.

When Evelyn agrees to become the live-in companion of the secretive Lady Demetria Balaskas, the human finds herself falling for a creature lost to time.

IN THE BEDROOM OF MEDUSA is an erotic F/F romance novella featuring a gorgon/human relationship.

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The world always needs more sapphic monster love, so of course I leapt on the chance to read this novella involving a gorgon! If you’re not a fan of snakes, this may not be the romance for you, but otherwise it’s a quite fun read!

As an escort, Evelyn’s used to some odd requests from her clients, but Lady Demetria’s long list may be the strangest yet. Evelyn must wear a blindfold, and Lady Demetria will remain fully veiled and gloved at all times. But she can’t help but feel like there’s something special about her, so when Lady Demetria asks her to be her live-in companion, she agrees. But starting to develop feelings for her mistress – feelings that make her want to look under the veil – may mean she has to give her up forever.

“Why should she accept anything less than a life in a castle once she had the lady’s attention? Someone so otherworldly, so impossible, had chosen to shower her in affection.”

Evelyn was very easy to relate to, especially the bits of her life in the castle. Demetria took me a little longer to warm up to, but from the first scene she absolutely lived up to her dominant nature with some A+ dirty talk. Considering that it’s in the title, I don’t think it’s too much of a spoiler to say that Demetria is a gorgon, and her backstory (and the tender moment when it’s revealed) was what finally made me like her.

As for cons, it is a short novella, so I would’ve liked a bit more development of the romance. My other peeve was Camille and how ridiculously overprotective – to the point of cattiness – she was. Other woman (even though that’s not really what she is) jealousy is a turn off for me.

Overall, though, this is a quick and enjoyable novella, and definitely recommended if you’re looking for some sapphic monster love!

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