Selume Proferre

An An Li Johnson lives an easy going, quiet life She works part time at her friend s bookstore, is active in the local LGBTQ scene, manages to avoid the occasional crazy ex, and does temp work for the big name spell craft firm Simon and Davidson Then she s hired to work with M.C Anderson, an up and coming exorcist at Simon and Davidson M.C is deeply involved in the woAn An Li Johnson lives an easy going, quiet life She works part time at her friend s bookstore, is active in the local LGBTQ scene, manages to avoid the occasional crazy ex, and does temp work for the big name spell craft firm Simon and Davidson Then she s hired to work with M.C Anderson, an up and coming exorcist at Simon and Davidson M.C is deeply involved in the world of high stakes spell craft, determined to carve out a place for herself among the extremely hierarchical and old fashioned world of professional exorcists As they work together on an intense case of demonic possession, An An finds herself and intrigued by her new boss But just as the relationship looks like it might be deepening into something , the case suddenly takes a turn for the worse Much, much worse.
Selume Proferre An An Li Johnson lives an easy going quiet life She works part time at her friend s bookstore is active in the local LGBTQ scene manages to avoid the occasional crazy ex and does temp work for the

  • Title: Selume Proferre
  • Author: E.E. Ottoman
  • ISBN: 9781620042793
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Selume Proferre”

    1. This book was a first date when you have good conversation, find you like a lot of the same things, then you make out and it's really, really nice, and when you go to bed you think about the evening and feel happy.I have a big crush on An-An and her cowboy boots and her strap on. The possession plot was just OK for me: a pleasant enough diorama in which the MCs could be displayed. The sex was a tantalizing taste, but hot. Definitely hot.Recommended for anyone wanting to read about an "old-fashio [...]

    2. Whenever I need a pick-me-up after a disappointing book, EE is my go to author because I am sure I won’t be disappointed… Selume Proffere was exactly what I needed: a cute, smart, romantic, sexy, funny, and creepy time.An-An and M.C. are such loveable protagonists :-) It was a delight spending time with them. I can’t even decide whom I love more. They had me both smiling the entire time. I dunno… they are awkward and different, kind and stand-offish, smart and sexy. A really intriguing m [...]

    3. HolyOh My *melts*This. This story is EVERYTHING. It started out a little rocky but found it's groove and almost fucking killed me.1.) Queer ladies FTW! Not just queer ladies but masculine-of-center ladies, a non-cisgender main character, and a yummy yummy butch woman in a cowboy hat. Hooray for something DIFFERENT and an author who's stepping outside of the box and whose writing is representing for some of the other letters in LGBTQ. WOOT!!2.) An awesome, awesome world was set up in this little [...]

    4. You can find this and other reviews at Things I Find While Shelving[I received a free ARC of this book via NetGalley. This fact has no bearing on my review]I liked pieces of this, but not the whole. I liked the characters, and I liked the plot, and I could probably have liked the romance, but it felt rushed. Everything was rather cobbled together. I wish that it had been more about the plot and less about the romance - I felt like the demon possession thing got kind of glossed over for the sake [...]

    5. This is the complete review as it appears at my blog dedicated to reading, writing (no 'rithmatic!), movies, & TV. Blog reviews often contain links which are not reproduced here, nor will updates or modifications to the blog review be replicated here. Graphic and children's novels reviewed on the blog will generally have some images from the book's interior, which are not reproduced here.Note that I don't really do stars. To me a novel is either worth reading or it isn't. I can't rate a nove [...]

    6. An-An lives a rather casual life, happily doing her thing, involved in the LGBTQ community and working casually – when one of those casual jobs has her working for MC Anderson. MC is driven, determined talented and making a name for herself in the magical community. She’s an exorcist and an extremely good oneAnd she’ll need to be, because the demon she’s been called in to evict is not responding how anyone expected; though for all the curiosity, An-An is far more interested in her boss t [...]

    7. Ottoman has some cool ideas, and I badly want more stories about characters like this. The descriptions of An-An's encounters with the demon were vivid and unsettling. Fussing about edits under the spoiler tag. (view spoiler)[By the time I was done with this story I was honestly hoping they'd sent the wrong file to the printer. There were so many places where simple punctuation issues were wrong or just missing, I was proofreading as I went because I couldn't help it. Going a step further and ge [...]

    8. This was a good read, with great characters that were fun and interesting. I was gripped by both the characters and the world, the case they were researching. I felt there could have been more towards the end, because it felt as though a lot of the action and plot there was a bit skimmed over, but overall I would still recommend this book, because awesome queer exorcists and creepy demonic possession.

    9. I wasn't sure what to expect when I picked up this book, I'm not a huge fan of this kind of supernatural book. But I trusted in my enjoyment of Ottoman's other works and thrilled by what I read. MC and An-An were great characters with some amazing nuances. My one complaint is that there wasn't ENOUGH, I really wanted more exploration of their relationship.

    10. More like 3.5 stars. Love the plot and characters (and the author who is a twitter acquaintance) and the world was so interesting I just wish there was more world building. The writing was choppy and awkward at times, but the plot more than made up for it. Also, what a sex scene at the end my goodness.

    11. 2.5 stars. Wonderful characters, interesting plot, but fell short on the execution. All of a sudden the case is over and the readers weren't there for what happened. So even now I'm a bit unsure. So not bad, just wanted something a little more finished.

    12. Selume Proferre is a fabulous butch/butch romance in an urban fantasy setting with elements of romance. Both main characters are well-fleshed out, especially given the length of the story.

    13. While the story about the exorcism was interesting, it felt more like a snippet out of a larger universe.

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