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Charlotte Stein has written over thirty sexy novellas and novels, including the RT award nominated Charlotte Stein Author () cover image of Sheltered. Read "Sheltered Deeper Than Desire" by Charlotte Stein available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Evie has lived her entire. When Alice Evans finds a bona fide movie star on the floor of her living room, she has no idea what to do. Ordinary men are frightening enough.
I have a confession to make. Wait for it… I read a lot of smut. A lot. Good smut, bad smut, mediocre smut that I forget about the next day. Bad boy, good girl and all that implies. I was not prepared for how much I immediately feel in love with Sheltered.
Bad boy, good girl and all that implies. I was not prepared for how much I immediately feel in love with Sheltered. And I did love everything about it right from the very beginning.
I loved Evie and her neurotic, skittish, fascinated ways. And then…then, I loved Van. I think he is possibly one of my all time favorite male characters ever. Not just in erotica, but in all the books ever. Evie never ceased to amaze me with her inability to filter herself around him. And I adore the idea of a man who can make a woman feel that way.
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Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Be the first. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Similar Items Related Subjects: Man-woman relationships. You wore the wrong skirt or bent over at an inopportune time and BAM. They slipped their penises into you. But not Van. She wanted it to be in there, meaning something. This author does an amazing job with the sex scenes. So erotic and sensual.
These two have amazing chemistry together. The kind where I started reading this book late one afternoon and dinner was definitely late getting to the table. I had to know how things would turn out for these two. Two things keep me from giving this one an A. First, I wanted to see the evil side of the father just a little more. I believed him to be abusive but I wanted to be scared by him more.
And second, I needed more pages at the end. More reassurance Evie would be okay. I could use an entire second book exploring their relationship.
View all 16 comments. Mar 12, Amber rated it it was amazing Shelves: When I heard there was going to be a sexually repressed heroine and punk hero from Charlotte Stein thank you, Twitter , it was pretty much an auto-download.
And thank goodness EC decided to put this one up on site right away instead of that annoying waiting period! This book hit all my angst-loving erogenous zones. As soon as I started reading it I knew it would be great. It seems to happen that way more and more for me, where the first page can portend my enjoyment of the whole thing. It make Wow. It makes me kind of spastic.
Do I read faster, because it's awesome? Or slower, to draw it out? Or should I re-read this scene I just read, in case I missed any crumbs of awesomeness? Yes, apparently it's a thing, and Charlotte Stein does it so well. How she manages to handle super serious issues with major class AND also be playful and fun is just beyond me.
Evie is like the female version of Gabriel from Control, which you know I loved. And Van as a hero - sigh - is so fucking worthy. He is just so cool and nice and I want to put him in a box and keep him for my very own.
I am sad about how short this is. I know that's a common complaint when you love a book. It's kind of like in an interview and someone asks what's your biggest fault? And you say, I'm an overachiever! But I really, really wanted more of these two. Even about halfway through and three-fourths in, I kept pausing and wanting to smash the book with a hammer, to smoosh it flat and make it longer.
Also, okay and this is going to seem nitpicky, but it seems there is a shortage of commas? Every time we use one, a puppy gets kicked?
I don't know, they seemed to be missing from places they should definitely be, particularly inside dialog. I found this distracting. There is this ongoing joke between them relating to Victorian times that makes me smile whenever I think of it. Agghh, they are so cute! I cannot even stand it. View all 4 comments. Mar 12, Michelle [Helen Geek] rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone wanting a gentle story with a bit of angst.
Recommended to Michelle by: High reviews by people I trust. What the hell.. I debated, 4. A new author for me, and a really nice story. You have a psuedo bad boy, and the good girl. They each come from abusive homes and their meeting is pure chance, but they have a connection.
The author draws out the story, elicits really strong emotion in the connection between these two. The story wasn't terribly detailed. One of the primary characters was the relationship and the interaction between these What the hell..
One of the primary characters was the relationship and the interaction between these two. Pretty simple in the respect there were really no secondaries. Even the interaction with the abusive father was very limited. What appealed to me? Well, I heard some buzz on this website from a few friends.
They were really pumped about this one, read the blurb [bad, punk boy and naive sheltered girl]. I was sold. Wanted a bit of a change, something simple to grab me easily, and this book was perfect. Loved Van and Evie. You could see these two together growing old and loving each other.. They are just that connected. I very much enjoyed this story and can see myself reading it again.
Not one I'll forget soon. If the authors other books are as good as this one, I'm sure I will read more by this author. Happy Reading! View all 13 comments. Mar 12, Kaylea Cross rated it it was amazing. Huge, huge five stars from me. One of the best books I've read in the past year. What an amazing read this was! At first I thought the heroine being 19 would really bother me, but the story unfolds in such a tender and poignant way it worked extremely well.
Stein has a truly unique, vivid voice, and I was hooked from the opening scene. The sex scenes were so vividly and emotionally done I couldn't put the book down. The characters are so unique and three dimensional they all but leap off the Huge, huge five stars from me. The characters are so unique and three dimensional they all but leap off the pages. Normally I prefer having the hero's point of view in a story also, but the way Ms. Everything fit, everything worked. Fabulous writing! Her voice reminds me quite a bit of Cara McKenna, without the controversial subject matter.
This is the first book by Ms. Stein that I've read, but as soon as I post this review I'm heading straight to the Kindle store to download more of her work. Such a talented story teller.
Can't believe I hadn't heard of her before now! View all 19 comments. Mar 13, Wendy rated it it was amazing Recommended to Wendy by: What a great book this was! It had me swooning like a teenager, I just adored it! Charlotte Stein's writing is witty and wonderful and guaranteed to leave a smile on your face.
Ms Stein you've won a fan here. Apr 16, Abbi Glines added it. Okay… so this is different. BUT I couldn't put it down so it's a good different.
Told completely from the heroine's POV. It's one of those you think about long after you've read the last page. View 2 comments. However i felt as though this book could have been pages longer i really need more time with these characters. Sheltered is about a 19yr old girl Eve Evie who lives life under a strict religious up bringing. One day unbeknownst to Evie she catches the eye of one of her neighbors downloaders Van. A friendship starts between the two Van is no longer coming around just to download weed.
Love blossoms and there is no going back for both Evie or Van. Thoughts This book was good my gripe lays in the fact that the author gave to much internal monologue with Evie. I also wish we got to read both pov's Once Van opened up just a little the reader gets to see the potential but its short lived because it's at the very end of the book. I needed more Van!
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Almost 4 stars Big, tall, tattooed badboy, Van, meets Evie, a 19 year old virgin from an abusive, strict, religious home and the sparks fly in this pretty freaking hot, very sweet and tender read about breaking free and following your heart.
I loved how tender and patient Van was wit Almost 4 stars Big, tall, tattooed badboy, Van, meets Evie, a 19 year old virgin from an abusive, strict, religious home and the sparks fly in this pretty freaking hot, very sweet and tender read about breaking free and following your heart. Its quite short, about pages and pretty quick paced. Apr 29, Lindsey Rae rated it it was amazing. Yes, you see that right.
That doesn't come easy heh for me. I am so picky about my smut writing. I hate cliches. I hate corny names and phrases related to female genitalia. I want it realistic. I hate when the characters say things to each other like "I don't know if you noticed, but we have a lot of chemistry. This is the point of reading after all, I want to feel what the characters feel. Oh my god di Yes, you see that right.
Oh my god did I feel in this book.
I did not find a single thing to complain about in this novel. I loved everything about it. Because I really did when I saw this one, and it made me not want to read it. But with lots of pushes from Bri read her review , I had to read it. If she was going on this much about how amazing it is, then it must be. That being said, the cover had absolutely nothing to do with the book why do they do that??
Evie's voice is sweet and innocent with an underlying rebellion, with hormones surging, that you'd expect from a 19 year old, even one who has lived as sheltered of a life as her. There are several parts of the book where your heart just squeezes for her because of the life she's led.
The only very very small problem I had, was ultimately not a big deal, it was something that made sense when it came to Evie's character. Van, ohmysweetbabyjeebus Van. He is the epitome of perfect. He's ALL tattoos and quiet intensity, but has a tenderness with Evie that brings on the full body swoonz. He cares about her so much, and although she doesn't really understand it at first, the reader does. He wants every thing to be good for her. He wants her to feel loved and cherished and it isn't always about sex with him.
He has this quiet restraint and strong intensity that just makes me want to groan out loud and I really might have. I'm not exaggerating when I say everything was perfect with this book. It literally had everything I ever want in erotica. Beautiful prose, swoony guy, realistic but completely hot sex and a heroine you root for. I'll just leave you with these: And there was something both frustrating and maddeningly arousing about that. His restraint made something burn low and deep in her belly, and then his mouth, oh God his mouth.
Before giving her a teasing lick with that perfect, curling tongue of his. It set all the nerve endings in her upper lip on fire. Just that one word—sound—sent a strong answering pulse through her body.
Mar 16, Melanie rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really enjoyed this book about an abused, socially awkward young woman who, after her initial reluctance, goes out on a limb to explore a relationship with a tattooed, pot-smoking "bad-boy".
Although, the abuse Evie suffers at the hands of her father and the negligence by her mother is mostly alluded to in this story, the bits we are fed are tragic and horrifying and shed light on the self-esteem iss 4. Although, the abuse Evie suffers at the hands of her father and the negligence by her mother is mostly alluded to in this story, the bits we are fed are tragic and horrifying and shed light on the self-esteem issues that Evie seems to harbor throughout much of this book.
When she officially meets Van she is both mortified and fascinated by him and oh so slowly the two pursue a highly charged relationship. While Van initially seems like a cool and self-assured individual, he's actually a bit shy but incredibly sweet beneath his colorful exterior. The sexual exploration between Evie and Van is hot, but the absolute sexiest thing IMO which I can appreciate not everyone would like was the scene with Van "sharing" pot with Evie!!!
Now that was smokin'!!! My only qualm with this story was how Evie's father was dealt with - the final confrontation felt rushed and a bit stilted - and as a result this left the ending feeling too abrupt.
Punk-styled artist Van: View all 6 comments. Mar 09, Katie Reus rated it it was amazing. There was something so real and almost raw about this story that I'm finding it difficult to completely put into words why I enjoyed it so much.
When that reason for staying is no longer an issue, however, she is very brave. She meets Van after sort of spying on him in the beginning of the story and this tentative relationship forms. There are quite a few miscommunications between Evie and Van but the awkwardness and flirting are incredibly sweet and fit both their characters. And when he commits to her, he full on commits. He is such a sexy, quiet type of hero and I found that refreshing.
Stein has such a unique voice and this will definitely be one of my re-reads. Evie leads a very sheltered life. She lives under the abusive and conservative ruling hand of her father.
One afternoon Evie sees Van in the next door garden downloading pot. Van is a "bad boy" - a punk as she calls him, with all his tattoos and piercings, but Evie finds him fascinating and they begin a tentative relationship.
I also wanted more However, I did not get on with the writing style. The Evie leads a very sheltered life. The inner monologue dragged and lost me at times.