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LoonyAlana

Crazy Bibliophile and Book Pimp (Not So Anonymous)

I am a mother of two boys and avid reader; I practically live and breathe books. If I could sustain my life on just reading, I would live forever. I'm weird, and proud of it. I have traveled to many places: Mexico, St. Marteen, Prague, England, Cozumel, and Canada to name a few. Many moons ago I co-hosted "Welcome to Insanity" radio show on a micro radio station in TX- but our show was played via streaming internet in coffee houses in Amsterdam. I have a BA in theater. I used to be "the finder of lost things" but I think my last child robbed me of my gift. Now I just have a large collection of useless information... it goes with my growing mountain of "to be read" books

Currently reading

The Hooker and the Hermit
Penny Reid, Luci Cosway
The Suicide Princess
Anthony Bryan
Rise of the Magi (Lila Gray, #3)
Jocelyn Adams
Caged (Holloway Pack, #3)
J.A. Belfield
Curio - Cara McKenna Whew.... I need a cold shower after that book! HOT! HOT! HOT! Just on the steam factor alone, I very nearly bumped this up to a 5♥ rating... it was well done and organic. I did not hear any kind of *Bam*Chicka*Bow*Wow* background track while reading the book.

Didier was a little odd to get used to at first. A French male prostitute that is so beautiful he appears as a model in art galleries. A little daunting in his seeming perfection, but we get to see behind the visage shown to his regular clients. He became very real once his imperfections were explored and I loved how he and Caroly interacted together.

There were surprises and even romance which worked very well with this. It's not your average 'whore' story and I liked how real it seemed. This book really shows what I think erotica is all about. Hot, pushing boundaries, giving in to your carnal nature without cheapening it. My main reservation was the ending seemed a little rushed. I was happy overall with the book, but I wanted more at the end. I'm curious if this series follows the same couple or if it moves on to another. I would LOVE to read more about Caroly and Didier.

I most definitely recommend giving it a try, but be careful about where you read it. Not necessarily a good idea to get all worked up in public or at work!