Grace was dressed in a long, flowing silk robe that was slightly opened to reveal a perfectly tan and lean body encased in a skimpy bikini. She and the similarly attired Claudia each took one of Charlotte's arms as they walked into the main atrium of the hotel so they could show her around the facility. Charlotte was shown the pool that overlooked the cliffs above the harbor and was excited to see the women wore little to nothing as they lounged about on the deck.
The few men that were visible had thongs only, or were being guided about with blindfolds, gags, collars, whips and other tools of domination for those that desired that sort of thing. She noticed a gorgeous red head lounging in a bikini that left little to the imagination as she further surveyed the hotel guests.
"Who's that gorgeous redhead over there?" Charlotte asked her hosts.
"Oh my goodness, that's Cathy Blanco. You have to meet her Charlotte; she's here to relax after also experiencing quite a turbulent year, much as yourself," explained Claudia, "We'll leave the rest of the tour for later, let me introduce you."
"Excuse me Cathy, I'd like to introduce you to our newest guest, Dr. Charlotte Koehler. She's here for a vacation and to perform a little plastic surgery," said Grace, the more ebullient of the two.
Cathy took off her sunglasses to reveal the most beautiful emerald eyes that stood out against her fair skin coloring and thick, long red hair. And, she was a true redhead since she was lying naked with her snatch exposed and what little hair there was, was red. Her eyes ran up and down the tall, statuesque woman as if she were a lollipop and then ran the tip of her tongue around the edge of her full, pouty lips as she held out her hand in greeting.
"I thought you and Charlotte would find you have much in common," suggested Claudia, "she too has ill parents that she lives with."
"Pleased to meet you Cathy," she held out her hand in greeting as Cathy lightly touched her fingers and beckoned her to sit beside her.
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There are many people on the planet that are lonely, and have money. They want love, but they think money can take care of the problem. Then you throw in the Aids situation in the story. This story is about all of the above an Olivia makes a real story out of it with a great message.
I have truly never, ever read any book like this before in my life.
The ending moved me. When Lilly and Kioni leave together to find themselves and find the world, and sex is good, but not everything, I liked that.
The end really moved me.
Wonderful moving story. Well read also.
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