Religious eroticism and queer emancipation meet in a claustrophobic monster-romance about divinity, sexuality, and freedom.
When Diego López is guilted by his mother into taking a low-key construction job in New Mexico, he doesn’t expect to be the only helping hand at Catedral de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. But the church is abandoned, decrepit, and off the beaten path, and the only other person for miles is its handsome caretaker, Ariel Azevedo.
Together, Diego and Ariel refurbish the old church, sharing stories of their heritage, experiences, and desires. But as the long days turn into longer nights, Diego begins to see past Ariel’s human mirage and finds himself falling into lust—and maybe something else—with one of God’s first creations.
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Hot. Freydís Moon heats up the desert with some interesting shenanigans. I am trying not to give anything away, but it is so hard. Exodus 20:3 is a different kind of erotica and it gets steamy.
I love the mix of language from Spanish to English with the addition of a little Brazilian Portuguese. Moon adds in food, culture, and faith. The mix works for this story. Redemption and change connects with religion and Moon takes huge advantage of this in the character of Diego. As rainbows we make our own family and Diego is on the road to his.
I really enjoyed Exodus 20:3. I love erotica with a twist and if you do too then this is right up your alley.
I received a free copy of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.
Publisher: NineStar Press
Release Date: 02/01/2022