Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Erotica Book Review: With Grace

Book Title: With Grace
Author: Samantha Wayland
Publisher: Ellorascave
Pages: 250
Cost; $4.99
How I Got it: Purchased from Ellorascave
My Rating:★★★★☆
Erotica Rating: ★★★★☆
Description:
"A man yearning to explore his sexual tastes but afraid to turn up the heat, the woman who loves him but is hungry for more spice…and the chef who craves them both.
When Grace, Philip and Mark find a mobster’s flash drive full of incriminating information, they are quickly embroiled in a dangerous situation. They stay together for safety, but proximity ignites the sparks they've long been fighting to ignore.
When three friends dare to succumb to their appetites, they find the perfect recipe for love" from ellorascave's description of the book.

My Review:

Can we say raunchy??

 Sometimes when author's write a really good erotic story they simply focus on the sex (which isn't a bad idea), but if we wanted straight porn we would watch porn.  I like character development, plausible plots (sometimes) and great witty conversations, and this book has it in spades.

The love story that is present between Grace and Phillip is scorching hot, yet missing that special something because they are both hiding from what they truly want from each other, then Grace takes a leap and Phillip loves it so much he lets go of his iron control and the scene that takes place is so sexy, raw and yet filled with love.

Mark is their friend, grace's boss, and totally turned on by both of them, he doesn't know who he wants more, the straight laced lawyer Phillip or the sultry flirtatious Grace, but he would never do anything to harm them so he sits on the sidelines and does nothing, until one evening when he needs their friendship and support.

The author manages to pack a good amount of story into this volume, which coincides with the other story and actually enhances the other story, even though you can read them on your own why would you?? It's so much more fun to read them together.  I truly enjoyed the story development and the realism within the story, especially having to do with the relationships being formed and how they affect each person and their beliefs about themselves. She handled it well without being trite or just ignoring it, nor did she make it the be all end all of the story.

It's an amazing read, check it out when you can *like right away*
Enjoy the read

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