Lucy can't settle down. She's been moving from home to home for several years, and had to leave her last house for having sex with two of her flat mates. In her new home however, things are a little bit different, they welcome her with open arms, fully aware of her checkered past. It turns out Lucy and her new friends have one thing in common, they all love sex!
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Me Grimlock say you full of cesium salami!
I've always had a fantasy exactly like this, except it would be two 18-year old adopted girls. So this story really got me right where it counts.
the narrator made it very enjoyable, and very easy to follow the story
she brings the reader/listener into the story. she has a real talent of making the whole story come to life.
This book was well worth the time I spent listening. Fortunately I didn't have to flip the pages so I could use my hands for other activities.
The suspended belief at the beginning was kind of disappointing. Why is a 19 year old in foster care? Shouldn't they be out on their own at that age?
I have listened to Dark Secrets, which was also good. This one was a different fetish all together. This book was more about multiple partners in a semi-incestual lifestyle which fits a certain niche when you're looking for something new.
Yes, there needs to be a follow up book to see how well the family continues to function with Lucy's addition to the line-up.
There was one point where the narrator did a decent job of faking an orgasm which got me going in all the right directions.
Thrust has really outdone herself on this one. The story hits its stride early on and pushes hard right to the exquisite climax. The pacing and escalation are excellent and the imagery is fantastic. Ms. Blackstone does a superb job of spinning the tale, emphasizing pace and tone in just the right way to enthrall the listener completely. The story absolutely came to life.
And what a hot story it is! Thrust's handling of a typically taboo subject is deft, bypassing all the societal hangups to get deep into the action-packed fantasy.
Most of all, I enjoy the sense it gives as a literary after taste. A stray person who didn't belong, outcast and deviant, found a place where she fit in, welcomed even, precisely for the reason others had shunned her. That's home, after all: where we are loved for who we are.
On every level, this story nailed it.
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