Juggling, school, rent and bills seems like all too much for Liz. Her dream car is just that: a dream! Why did her life have to be so, so hard? Her job on campus does not help the situation much either. What is she to do? Should she find herself a man who provides money or other favors in exchange for sexual relations to ease her burdens? Should she go get herself a Sugar Daddy that will spoil her rotten?
©2012 Mack Collins (P)2013 Mack Collins
If you like immature stories with an immature-sounding narrator, then this is the book for you. Examples of the immaturity are ending far, far too many sentences with a forcefully stated “baby,” calling sex parts “fun box” and “temple of delight. Included are boring tellings of sexual exploits, which defeat the point of buying this type of book. To be erotic, it takes more than reiterating the raw p word for a vagina and how big a penis is. then the author tried—very unsuccessfully—to add some BDSM aspects. I suggest that the author try to do less, so that maybe he/she can finally do something well. The narrator reads waaaaayyy too fast and reads incorrectly, with pauses or hesitations where they shouldn’t be, like she’s not sure what the next word is and, at the very least, not sure how to portray the statement. Bad! Finally, even with multiple partners, no one seems to be familiar with condoms. Yeah, we often listen to these stories as a form of escapism, but some degree of realism and just plain common sense is necessary for a book to be a good one. Yuk, bad, and immature.
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