You met Candy Kavana as she took the first steps in her new life. Now follow Candy as she embarks on the wildest vacation of her life. She may just return with a little more than she bargained for! Anita Cox presents Ultimate Vacation, book two of her highly intense and thoroughly enjoyable romance series Dirty White Candy.
Candy Kavana's previously quiet, unsatisfying life has been tipped on its head. So is it any surprise when friends gift her with a swingers' vacation? She chooses to take John, who has been frequenting her bed (and her thoughts) more and more often even though she's bound and determined to live her new, erotic life to its fullest.
They embark on the wildest vacation of their lives. While they went to find ultimate pleasure, their relationship unexpectedly grows stronger.
©2013 Anita Cox (P)2015 Anita Cox
Do you want to hear a sexy hot story with an incredibly sexy voice? then be sure to get this title. I got it, not realizing it is the second book in the series. I now have to go back and get book 1.
We follow the main character on a journey of sexual exploration and a quest for love that she was unaware she even began. The "sort of" couple take the Ultimate vacation to a swingers fantasy and learn of the different types of relationships of others while they cement their own. Not every relationship is the same, and these two characters learn to to define theirs.It also depicted how awkwardness and uncertainty can sometimes be a part of building relationships.
The writing is well done and kept me interested, and the narration was superb! I finished this book in two sittings. The characters interact well, and the story was developed enough to keep me interested. Of course, it is not some great masterpiece of literature that some of the reviews suggest a book should be-- but it is entertaining-- well written and EROTIC!
I often get audiobooks dreading the flat "robotic" voice that could possibly be attached. Not with this title, as the narrator uses great inflection and an almost "storyteller" tone rather than a fake actress type or a a monotone. I will definitely be looking into more titles by both the author and narrator.
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