#BLOGTOUR | A Proclivity to Pruirence – Cheryl Butler @cherylbuts @damppebbles @DamppebblesBTs #amreading #bookblogger #bookreview #bookworm #AProclivitytoPrurience #damppebblesblogtours

Hi everyone!

Welcome to my tour stop for A Proclivity to Prurience by Cheryl Butler. Thank you to Damppebbles Blog Tours for my stop on the tour! Check out my review and let me know what you think!


Published in ebook and paperback formats on 24th May 2019 by Little Bee Publishing.

Joe’s controversial approach to life is fuelled by his fixation on Abbie, and a beautiful wedding offers the perfect opportunity for him to seduce her – everyone loves a wedding, don’t they? The only hurdle is Eddie – Abbie’s son and Joe’s best friend – but inebriated and forcing an end to the evening, he inadvertently assists Joe’s quest and a suitably indulgent night beckons. But what should have been a culmination of Joe’s eleven-year obsession descends into chaos and devastation, wrenching Joe from all he’s known for the majority of his life. Accustomed to getting what he wants, it’s not until he really gets what he wants that his world unravels and his control slips away. Be careful what you wish for, be careful who you wish for, for obsession comes with a price… but is it a price worth paying? 

Explicit – strictly 18+

Amazon UK * Amazon US

Review:

A Proclivity to Prurience is a fantastic novel, however, please do heed the 18+ warning because there was quite a bit of sex going down! It was a story of passion, obsession, and chaos and it was enthralling to read through.

The book is quite dark. It shows how obsession can easily spiral out if control. It pushed boundaries and made me uncomfortable in a good way. The book took me on a rollercoaster of emotions and the twists were quite shocking.

Cheryl Butler’s writing is intoxicatingly dark. From the beginning to the end, I held my breath and kept on reading. I cannot wait to continue this series!

Rating:

5/5☆


Having worked in a variety of industries, Cheryl has met many interesting people and, with a profound interest in what makes them tick, she has spent a lifetime of asking ‘What would I do in that situation?’ and ‘What if things happened this way?’, creating a multitude of plots and twists that she had always dismissed until one storyline nagged her constantly and she decided to alleviate herself of the burden, committing her ideas to virtual paper. Assuming she would run out of steam five chapters or so in, she amazed herself by writing two novels within a year and A Proclivity To Prurience was born. It was difficult to write, given the themes, but Cheryl felt it was a story that would resonate in the current climate. Writing between a part-time job and raising two young children was a task in itself, but, every spare minute was spent doing so or thinking about doing so and her characters took on a life of their own.

Cheryl loves character-driven tales with a psychological edge and aims to produce that kind of work herself, and she’s not afraid to tackle issues that some may find difficult… other than horror – she can’t read or write horror as she scares far too easily!

Aside from writing and her family, Cheryl’s greatest passion is music and she can easily lose herself in a favourite album or song, rather like she does within a book she’s writing or reading, and a musician’s ability to move you on any level is pure genius. 


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