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Content Warnings

PLEASE NOTE:

While I believe content warnings are absolutely necessary, triggers can be subjective.

I have done my best to address as many potential triggers here as I can without spoiling the story, however if you have any concerns or triggers that you think I may have missed, please email me at info@cherylterra.com.

  • Another Last Call
    As a steamy romance, this book is intended for mature adults. There are multiple sexually explicit scenes, profanity, and discussions of adult topics. This book contains scenes of rough/angry but entirely consensual sex. There is a relationship that involves cheating – while it is not between the main characters, one of the characters is involved in the situation. Parental death and abandonment are discussed as previous events but do not explicitly occur during this book. There are mild scenes of sexual harassment and sexist language. As this book contains scenes set in a bar, there is alcohol use. There are also mentions of pregnancy in this book.
  • Death of a Unicorn
    This book is intended for mature adults. There are multiple explicit scenes and profanity. This book is categorized as "why choose" and discusses non-traditional relationship structures, including discussions of "unicorn hunting," polyamory, ethical non-monogamy, unethical non-monogamy, and casual sex. Themes + Plot Points: cheating (not by the main characters and not presented in a positive light), toxic relationships, job loss, discussions of genetic diseases, serious illness of a family member, death of a family member, funeral preparations. Brief subplots including newborn baby difficulties and adoption discussions, toxic parenting, and child abandonment. Body image and fat positivity are main themes of this book. There are brief mentions of fatphobic situations or comments, but that is not a primary focus of the series and is not internalized by the main character. SA + Consent: Blackmail occurs with implied threats about leaking explicit photos and videos that were taken without consent. Coming Out: There are scenes that discuss the trauma around this and inclusion of negative reactions from family or friends. Spice Variety: Characters in this book enjoy casual hook-ups, "breeding," using the endearment Daddy, and public hook-ups. Pairings include MFF, MF, FF, and MMF. These scenes are explicit. Other: There are moderate mentions of alcohol use, anxiety, pressure to have children, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and misogyny.
  • Finding Home
    Finding Home includes themes that explore pregnancy, fertility and miscarriage, religious/cult trauma, homophobia, toxic family relationships, parental abandonment, and incarceration. While mild, Finding Home references topics that include domestic abuse, drug use and addiction, and homelessness. There are mentions of death, abortion, and slut shaming. ​ As a steamy romance, you can expect multiple sexually explicit scenes.
  • Get Over It
    While not explicitly occurring within the text of the story or between the characters involved in Get Over It, there are discussions and descriptions of toxic relationships, emotional abuse, and non-graphic physical abuse. This book also features mild scenes discussing trauma and therapy, parental death, assault, depression, cheating (not between characters featured in this book), and slut shaming. As a steamy romance, this book is intended for mature adults. There are multiple sexually explicit scenes and profanity.
  • Kiss Me If You Can
    ● Themes + Plot Points: Slut shaming, rumour-spreading, divorce, toxic parenting/familial relationships, large age gaps, lying/secret-keeping all occur within the text. A teacher/student relationship is present in this book. ● SA + Consent: No SA occurs on-page, however implications are made about non-consensual activity. This is not presented in a positive light and is addressed immediately. Birth control or a lack thereof is discussed in this book. ● Spice Variety:Characters in this book and throughout this series will engage in casual hook-ups that may include characters not involved in the main relationship dynamic. This will not include cheating or adultery of any kind between the main characters. There are multiple explicit scenes within this book. Other: there are moderate mentions of alcohol and drug use.
  • One Little Question
    As a steamy romance, this book is intended for mature adults. There are multiple sexually explicit scenes and profanity. Some scenes include mild/light instances of Dominant/submissive dynamics, choking, honorifics, face sitting, and other sexual actions. While lighthearted, there are discussions of heavier topics that may be triggering for some readers, including body confidence issues/internalized fatphobia and discussion of diet culture, childhood illnesses such as cancer (mild/offscreen situation), sexual harassment (mild/offscreen situation), and pregnancy (featuring already-pregnant characters/discussions of having children).
  • Runaway
    Runaway includes themes that explore homophobia, religious/cult trauma, toxic/abusive family relationships, parental abandonment, and incarceration. ​ While mild, Runaway explores topics of class and wealth disparity, domestic abuse, attempted drugging, and brief discussions of drug use. There are mentions of conversion therapy, cults, and physical abuse. ​ No graphic violence or sexual assaults occur within the text. There is limited use of slurs and homophobic language. As a steamy romance, you can expect multiple sexually explicit scenes.
  • Selfish Love
    This book is intended for adults and contains multiple sexually explicit scenes with an older woman/younger man relationship. ​ A past abusive relationship featuring physical, sexual, and emotional abuse is pivotal to the story, as is mentions of a traumatic and abusive childhood and parental abandonment. Discussions surrounding single parenting, abortion, religion, divorce, and hospitalization occur within the text.
  • Sore Loser
    This book is intended for adults and features sexually explicit scenes. It contains scenes that feature rough sex, dirty talking, spanking, and semi-public sex between enthusiastically consenting adults. It also features a character with noted anger issues and contains mild sports-related fighting and violence.
  • The Boy Next Door
    Themes + Plot Points: Slut shaming, rumour-spreading, divorce, toxic parenting/familial relationships, large age gaps, lying/secret-keeping all occur within the text. A brief subplot with an off-page/character present only by mention of teenage pregnancy and abortion is made SA + Consent: No SA occurs on-page, however jokes are made about non-consensual activity. This is not presented in a positive light and is addressed immediately. Spice Variety: Characters in this book and throughout this series will engage in casual hook-ups that may include characters not involved in the main relationship dynamic. This will not include cheating or adultery of any kind between the main characters. Other: there are moderate mentions of alcohol and drug use
  • The Devil Made Me
    The Devil Made Me is a M/M dramatic romance. It explores issues surrounding homophobia, religious trauma, homelessness, and toxic and abusive family situations including parental abandonment. While mild, The Devil Made Me includes scenes with mild violence/fighting and homophobic language. It touches on aspects of depression and contains brief mentions of suicide. There are mentions of conversion therapy, implied prostitution, depression, and cults. ​ As a steamy romance, you can expect multiple sexually explicit scenes.
  • The Happiest I've Ever Been
    This book is intended for adults and contains sexually explicit scenes. ​ While intended to be humourous, this story contains mentions of medical studies, bullying, group sex situations, past cheating in relationships, and hospitalization.
  • The Lady's Maid
    This book is intended for adults and features sexually explicit scenes. It features arranged marriage, mentions of parental death, mild sexual harassment, loss of virginity, and historical misogyny.
  • The Unicorn Confessions
    This book is intended for mature adults. There are multiple sexually explicit scenes and profanity. This book is categorized as "why choose" and discusses non-traditional relationship structures, including discussions of "unicorn hunting," polyamory, ethical non-monogamy, unethical non-monogamy, and casual sex. ​ While overall lighthearted, this book deals contains major themes, discussions, or plot points surrounding cheating (not by the main characters and not presented in a positive light), age gap relationships, toxic family situations, lying/deception, and divorces/breakups. ​ There are moderate mentions of alcohol use, anxiety, pressure to have children, and misogynistic opinions. ​ There are brief mentions of sexual situations that could be considered by some readers to be dubious consent or traumatizing (involving a situation where a character desires to revoke consent but doesn't). Brief mentions of implied slut-shaming, queerphobia, and racial stereotyping also occur. Body image and fat positivity are main themes of this book. There are brief mentions of fatphobic situations or comments, but that is not a primary focus of the series and is not internalized by the main character. If you are triggered by fat people celebrating their bodies and viewing themselves as hot, my books are not for you.
  • Unicorn For Sale
    This book is intended for mature adults. There are multiple explicit scenes and profanity. This book is categorized as "why choose" and discusses non-traditional relationship structures, including discussions of "unicorn hunting," polyamory, ethical non-monogamy, unethical non-monogamy, and casual sex. Themes + Plot Points: cheating (not by the main characters and not presented in a positive light), age gap relationships, toxic family situations, lying/deception, and divorces/breakups. Brief mentions of implied slut-shaming, queerphobia, and racial stereotyping also occur. Body image and fat positivity are main themes of this book. There are brief mentions of fatphobic situations or comments, but that is not a primary focus of the series and is not internalized by the main character. SA + Consent: An in-depth discussion of a situation where dubious consent/revoking of consent during sex is not respected occurs. This is relived in detail but the situation does not occur "on page." Mental Health: A supporting character discusses depression, mental illness treatments and stigmas, and alludes to prior and "off page" self harm behaviours. Spice Variety: Characters in this book enjoy casual hook-ups, "breeding," using the endearment Daddy, and public hook-ups. Pairings include MFF, MF, and FF. Other: There are moderate mentions of alcohol use, anxiety, pressure to have children, and misogynistic opinions.
  • What Happens In Vegas
    This book is intended for adults and features sexually explicit scenes that contain dirty talk and first time sex/losing virginity. The adult entertainment industry and certain issues surrounding it feature heavily in this book, as does a character who has illegally immigrated to the US. A cheating relationship occurs in this book, though not between or by the main characters. There are mild scenes featuring attempted sexual harassment, homophobia, alcoholism, childhood trauma featuring emotional abuse, and minor slut shaming.
  • When It Rains
    This book is intended for adults and features sexually explicit scenes. It features a semi-taboo age gap relationship. A character within this story experiences emotionally abusive family relationships as well as bullying and the emotional consequences of this treatment leads to scenes that include self-doubt, self-consciousness, body dysphoria, and shaming. Cheating, though not by the main characters, occurs.
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