Thursday, January 31, 2013
Review: Ava's Pleasure
Author: Heidi Lynn Anderson
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Genre: Erotic contemporary romance
Review Rating: 4 LIGHTNING BOLTS
Blurb: Of all the sex clubs, she had to walk into his. How was Ava Cullen supposed to know her prim and proper aunt was part owner of the premier sex club in Miami and a top-notch Dominatrix? When she stumbled into club Paradise and came face to face with her dream man, she had a feeling she stood on the precipice of something life changing.
Navy SEAL Logan Turner always knew he needed more out of life than the next mission. That's why he opened Paradise with his best friend Julie. It didn't hurt that he could reap the benefits of owning a sex club. That was until a sexy, doe-eyed woman walked in, making his control slip for the first time ever.
REVIEW: Ava's your typical prim and proper Catholic school teacher until she is fired from her job because she taught sex ed and some of the students got pregnant. It's not really her fault but the school doesn't see it that way. Not sure where to turn she decides to visit her aunt who is only a few years older than her. And is shocked to find out she runs a sex club.
Logan is a sexy Navy Seal that co-owns the sex club with Ava's aunt. He finds himself fascinated with Ava's shyness and beautiful looks. Not to mention she is the woman that has haunted his dreams and kept him going when his missions got to be too much.
I took a chance reading this story because it really isn't what i normally read. But I was pleasantly surprised and glad I took the leap. This story was a very sexy and I do mean sexy read. But it's not for those that don't like a little bit of kinkiness with their romance. I found it to be a very quick but thoroughly enjoyable read. If you are an erotic romance fan then I would recommend this story.
Heidi Lynn Anderson really knows how to turn on the heat but still manages to keep it romantic. Anyone that says you can't have an erotic story and still have romance hasn't read this one. Kudos to you Heidi!
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