Authors: Saskia Walker and Sasha White
Source: B&N purchase
- Paperback: 272 pages
- Publisher: Berkley Trade (February 6, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0425213994
- ISBN-13: 978-0425213995
Some people have coffee. Some have tea. But the only thing that really wakes Bethany Mack up in the morning is sex. Too bad marriage to Grant has settled into a sex-starved routine. That is, until she spies a hot roofer next door. Broad, sexy shoulders: check. A muscular chest you could nuzzle all day: check. And under those jeans, well, the thought just makes her weak. So she puts on a little show for him through the window, letting her inhibitions loose, and discovers a naughty new addiction. But how will her husband react when he discovers just how far a desperate housewife will go for some lov’n from him?
Sex, Lies, and Bondage Tape
Clayton’s one hunk of a musician. A pin-up hottie for squealing teens everywhere. And he’s gay, Kelly Burton discovers when she sneaks into his dressing room for an autograph, but gets a peep show instead…But Kelly’s soon distracted: a bouncer has found her. A bouncer with pecs of steel, a six-pack, and sinewy arms. After a scolding, the bouncer decides to have his wicked way with the naughty-but-eager groupie. And what follows is a night of passion, hard-rock-style…
Yes, I was on the hunt at the bookstores for some erotica’s for my reading challenge. This one caught my eye because of the kinky cover. I though perfect. I read the back of the book and thought this would be great for the challenge. I got home, and started reading it.
Why, oh why, did I even bother. The stories were boring to me. They had no spark. Yes, it had its erotic sex scenes, but the story had no bite to it. They stumbled along and part of the time I wondered how this book even made it to print. I like a little plot to go with my hot sex, and the stories were so boring and dumb.
Not at all what I was hoping for, but at least I did finish it. Not one I will be reading again.
I did not enjoy this book.