Warning: This title contains erotic situations, lesbian sex, sex toys, some very naughty taboos, and also makes mention of pornography, salmon, amusement parks, chocolate covered strawberries, brownies (as well as girl scouts), plaid skirts, naughty uses for confessionals, and some sacrilegious humor.
NOTE: If the taboo is too intense for you (even between step-relations) check out the guilt-free version of this story called "Plaid Skirt Confessions" by Selena Kitt!
©2011 Selena Kitt (P)2012 Selena Kitt
This book has a kink to it that might put some people off and it requires a certain willing suspension of disbelief, but what erotic literature doesn't? The sex scenes are plentiful and sexy. Selena Kitt is one of the best authors of Erotica available on Audible.
This is a very dirty book. Deliciously, delightfully, dangerously dirty! If you don't like the taboo, don't listen to this. But if fantasy on the edge is your thing, if you get off on stuff that pushes the boundaries of convention, you've found the perfect book! Hot doesn't even begin to describe this one. Seriously. On fire is more like it. Leah and Erica and her dad make the strangest triangle since Bermuda, but way way WAY hotter! Selena Kitt's got me hooked.
I really like Selena Kitt's books. I like erotica, in general, and I think taboos can be intriguing and erotic. But Ms. Kitt went too far in this one. I listen to the Daddy erotica books. But all the ones I've listened to included step-fathers, which is easier for me to swallow. I don't want to give too much away, so I'll just say that Ms. Kitt obviously wanted a different slant. And it's one that I found hard to swallow and very disconcerting, unhealthy and boarding on frightening. I think she tried to address it somewhat, very little. But it wasn't enough. The rest of the book was ok. This book had more troubling issues than I like in my books I use to escape, so it made it less enjoyable. But her sex scenes are good, as usual. I think she's had better, but they were certainly good. And the storyline was ok too. I don't think the purchase was a waste just troubling. And recognizing that a female author wrote this story with little acknowledgement of the unhealthy--putting it mildly--nature of most aspects of this book is just too troubling to be thoroughly enjoyable.
Geek, Gamer who hates wasting credits.
I am a big fan of erotic literature and this one is one of the best. Very hot and very graphic as all her writing is, but if you are looking for something to get your blood up, look no further…
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