Intoxicating Passion: Review

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Intoxicating Passion: ReviewIntoxicating Passion by Felicia Tatum

Series: Intoxicating Passion
Genres: New Adult

Journey with Korah and Dane in the Intoxicating Passion box set, as they battle their individual demons on the way to finding a way to care for one another. Korah Daniels is a nineteen-year-old college student dealing with the aftermath of leaving an abusive relationship. After letting down her guard, she meets a sexy guy at a Halloween party, but quickly realizes her past isn’t as far gone as she hoped. Will she be able to run from her abuser? Will she continue to hold her heart dearly or will the mysterious Zorro find a way through? Dane Davidson is the ultimate playboy, never sticking around for more than one night. When he encounters Angel Eyes, he discovers his heart isn’t as locked up as he imagined. The more he learns of her, the greater he desires her, and wants to protect her. Will Dane be able to let go of his past so he can have a future? Will Korah be the one who makes him want to change? The five Intoxicating Passion novelettes take you along with Dane and Korah, as they face the answers to life’s biggest questions.

Intoxicating Passion
Felicia Tatum

what i think

Intoxicating Passion is a series of novellas really. The story involves two really broken people finding themselves and each other. While the romance/sex is there, there is also a lot of self discovery and self awareness that comes with being a new adult. Its SUPER angsty. I’m not sure I was really in the ‘mood’ for such an angsty read. You know, sometimes you just have to WANT something that is this dramatic and I really wasn’t in the mood. Perhaps my feelings/ratings would be different if I was looking for something uber dramatic. The writing is great and it will certainly keep you interested! You really want these two to find love and find themselves!


  • POV: Dual
  • Tears: a few
  • Trope: Bad Boy, Tortured Hero
  • Triggers: Abuse, Violence
  • Cliffhanger: No (when you read all 5 as part of the boxed set)
  • HEA: View Spoiler »


if you liked

My Clarity by M. Clarke, A Stone in the Sea by AL Jackson…then you will probably like Intoxicating Passion!

where to get it




Felicia Tatum was born and raised in Tennessee. She always loved reading, and at the age of twelve began writing. Her passion for creating stories grew and in May 2012, she finally wrote her first novel, The White Aura.

She still lives in Tennessee with her daughter and her kitty. She loves cooking, books, and animals are some of her best friends. She watches a lot of Disney channel and often dreams up new book ideas. She’s currently working on various projects. She’s the author of the White Aura series, Scarred Hearts series, and Intoxicating Passion series.

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From Intoxicating Passion:

The scream echoed throughout the car, reaching into my soul and ripping it to pieces. Mere moments before, Korah issued my dare, leaving me staring opened mouthed after her.


It couldn’t be her painful cry.


I didn’t stop to think about it. I dashed from the vehicle, not bothering to close the door behind me, and followed the sound. There were two large dumpsters to the side of the restaurant, cloaked in darkness, and I knew in my gut she was back there. I ran faster, my feet pounding hard against the pavement, my lungs screaming for me to slow.


I couldn’t.


The dark figure raised an arm, fist connecting with bone, and I somehow made my legs go quicker. I saw the outline of a man as I reached my destination. I grasped the back of his clothing, flinging him to the side. Looking down, I saw Korah crumbled in a ball, her face bleeding, her already hurt neck looking worse than before. I screamed, “Call 911!” praying someone would hear, and focused on Christopher.


He wasn’t getting away this time.


Intoxicating Passion



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