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Hosting Holly

Holly Goes to Hollywood, Book 1
Narrated by: Piper Fairweather
Length: 1 hr and 39 mins
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Holly, 21, has just started to work in Hollywood, and Joyce, 36, welcomes Holly into her luxurious LA home. With her husband travelling on business, Joyce enjoys having someone to pamper - a sumptuous Chinese meal, a shoulder-rub, breakfast in bed. But when Joyce brings Holly muffins and coffee one morning, Holly smiles and throws off the bed covers. Dressed only in skimpy white undies and a bra, the beautiful blonde woman invites Joyce to join her for a picnic on top of her double bed. Uncomfortably distracted by Holly's fit body, light blue eyes, and flirtatious behavior, Joyce is soon receiving a string of compliments of her own - on her hair, her skin, her eyes, even her full breasts. Increasingly hot and flustered, Joyce begins to wonder what it would be like slowly to undress the beautiful young woman in front of her.

©2016 Paris Rivera (P)2016 Paris Rivera

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Different

More intricate than any of her previous stories this selection spends less time on erotica and more time on a setup as good or better than many books labeled as Romance. It relates an age difference romance between an older woman and the daughter of an old friend. Though this a cliche among both straight and gay writers the growing relationship is well told and creates an inevitability about the two ladies.
I loved this story and though I can't imagine 'gettin freaky' with any of my mother's friends, like most young lesbians I went through a period of fascination with women significantly older than I was. In most cases it was if not an outright mistake, then it was a temporary, short lived alternative to one night hookups; except for one. I had a six month relationship with a woman two years older than my mother that changed me in so many ways; I treasure that time in my life and all that I learned from her. It's possible that because of that I related to this story a bit too much so much so I've overrated it; to me it's a wonderful listen, you decide.

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HOT!

Typically I don't listen to short audio romance or erotica titles, but after seeing the positive reviews for Paris Rivera's audiobooks I decided to try one. I was not disappointed at all. The story is amazingly hot and the narration by Piper Fairweather was outstanding. If you are looking for a quick erotic lesbian listen (I went through this audiobook without stopping), this is an excellent choice. Be aware that this is a part 1 to a longer series and you will want to get additional parts once you are finished with the first one.

I received a free copy of this audiobook from the author in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.

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very hot book ,😬and the narrator was great .
even if you don't listen to erotica usually ,you LL love it.too hot

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very enjoyablehot

If you could sum up Hosting Holly in three words, what would they be?

leaves you wanting

Who was your favorite character and why?

joyce (has issue and wanting to find herself ) and doctor stone ( wanting to help and explore the outcome)

Which scene was your favorite?

phone call

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

just hold til the end

Any additional comments?

must listen and re listen