Lollipops. Toys. Cash. Sex.
Leilani's job is more addicting than sugar. It's her drug. She might look meek and too young to be a college student, but she's a naughty girl with a dirty secret.
Leilani grants fantasies. When a request comes in, Leilani dons her pseudonym "Lollipop" and transforms into a high school cheerleader, a dominating cat girl, or even a sweet little Victorian girl who loves candy and ice cream.
Her business satisfies her lust, pays just enough for college tuition, and always draws her back, despite the abuse that torments her afterward.
But when a gorgeous classmate finds out and urges her to stop, Leilani's first fear isn't getting kicked out of college. She's terrified that she might give up her primal lust for genuine intimacy.
©2014 Marami Hung (P)2014 Marami Hung
I enjoyed that there was a real plot and that the narrator was not flimsy; she had substance and very real reactions to things.
I honestly do not have an answer-- I am familiar with 50 Shades but I would not compare them at all, as the characters in this book have depth.
The narrator was great, Mirami really captured the range of reactions and emotions in her voice.
I did not have an extreme reaction, but the twist at the end was unexpected and did leave me on the edge of my seat.
I would recommend this book for anybody who is interested in naughtier books, and who has an appreciation of plot and characters with layers.
Arousing. Engrossing. Eye-opening.
Gosh, so much was wonderful, but Leilani's meeting with Sharkara permanently pulled me in to keep listening. Their intimacy was so vulnerable and honest, but it was how it ended that really surprised and reminded me of things that really hit home for me.
Their voices and performance made SUCH a difference in the overall experience in and out of the bedroom. Marami's casual and intimately silky voice is 100% love. Her commitment to each individual character is truly impressive, even if she is the author. Leon's classy, velvet sound influenced my attitude towards characters in many situations that may have fallen short on paper.
Leilani and Sharkara for sure, but I also loved how well the ending came together. You would never think it to be an erotic novel if you listened to it first. Marami brings such clarity and closure to Leilani's character that I couldn't help but smile widely, wishing there was more.
You always go into erotic novels expecting the usual suspects. Though when an erotic novel genuinely surprises you, leaving you with many things you didn't expect from a story that initially appeared predictable, you can't help but acknowledge it. Marami delivers fun, kinky sex, a dash of humor, AND the unexpected underlying theme with such creative grace that did more for me than tease my own fantasies. Much recommended and would absolutely listen to this again! Sincerely hoping for a sequel~
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