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In the years leading up to that confrontation, Emily Snow had been busy creating a sex-positive podcast called Nocturnal Admissions and posing as a fetish model. Speaking about how she began, Snow says, "I started phone sex when I was 19. I have a young-sounding voice, so I always got older men who were into rape and torture. I hated it, but needed money so I worked anyway."

In the years leading up to that confrontation, Emily Snow had been busy creating a sex-positive podcast called Nocturnal Admissions and posing as a fetish model. Speaking about how she began, Snow says, "I started phone sex when I was 19. I have a young-sounding voice, so I always got older men who were into rape and torture. I hated it, but needed money so I worked anyway."

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With all of the high ratings Snow has received on many book review websites, it’s not hard to see how she managed to make not one but two bestsellers lists with several of her books, despite some harsh words against some of her characters. Many people are loving to hate Lucas Wolfe, and yet they are demanding the next book of the Devoured series, perhaps for closure, perhaps in hopes that Wolfe redeems himself in their eyes, or perhaps just to enjoy a bit more angst and a lot more heat. But that is what makes a good book great. The ability to pull a reader in, and make the world real to them, to make the characters real, is the mark of a true artist, and Emily Snow has captured this ability perfectly. She makes the characters so real that the reader is drawn into their lives, the reader is made to feel anger at a character, or sympathy for another. She is able to take readers on an emotional roller coaster with the characters. She allows readers to completely escape into these new worlds, and leaves them wanting more.