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It is beautifully written and has great characters. Emmett had chosen what I was wearing: However, it is now re-available as an e-book from Amazon, with snazzy new cover to boot.

It was a little bit kinky, a little bit tentacular, a little bit pansexual and a dream to write. I use a combination od pushing in and squatting back to get the thing in.

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If you are interested in reading more about Paul, Danni and their pet, you can find their story in my collection Six of justind Bestavailable for Kindle on Amazon: The same half-dozen writers showed up over and over.

Loved it and would recommend it to everyone who enjoys some real kinky stuff!

Everything Emmett had described. He puts one foot between my shoulder blades, holding me down and raising my bum high.

Danni enters the room alone, in her short silk wrap and nothing else. Open Preview See a Problem? Did they hear me? Jan 30, Nathan Burgoine rated it liked it. Little did I know Between bouts of flirtation, the likely lads of the town formulated foolproof plots to unbind the Princess from her obstinate tethers and claim her for their own.


This one blends experiences from a female character calle Charlotte with experiences from individuals who pay for the services her company provide – bringing sexual fantasies to life. Books by Justine Elyot. I enjoyed Charlotte’s story, as well as the client vignettes, but I found the POV shifts to be disconcerting.

She was honest with herself over what she really wanted from life and was willing to take the steps needed to make it a reality. Also, there are numerous British references and slang, and not just knickers for panties but a lot of references that I had never heard of This is a book you should treat yourself to or maybe treat someone close, it could be well worth your while.

She lives by the sea. I love it; it gives me life. Charlotte does, and her bold decision propels her into a world where no desire is too outrageous, decadent or extravagant to be satisfied – for a price. All that needs to be said!! It jumped around a lot, so it was hard to get into the main characters.

The Business of Pleasure

He is down in seconds, still holding his toothbrush, usually immaculate hair falling in an unkempt sweep over his brow. There really is something for everyone in here and that’s also what makes the book so appealing.

Anyway, the smut quality was good. She had certainly wanted a creative sadist, and Collins was certainly fitting that description. And maybe I’m being a weee bit petty here, but the fact that the 1st chapter started out with terms like “pleasure portal” and “triangle of fleece” just set the “meh” tone for me from the very beginning lol. One of them, Belongingcentres on an unusual dynamic that I find really interesting — a married couple with their very own live-in female submissive.


On re-reading, I enjoyed its quirkiness, my poor confused Adam, and the two strong but opposing female leads.

The Business of Pleasure by Justine Elyot

Great collection of stories that deserved to be read and talked about! Around her breasts they were also tied, then wound around her nipples before curving back past her hips. As I said, the alternating non-Charlotte chapters read like high-heat erotic short stories — busihess I did enjoy those. Trivia About The Business of P The silence and darkness is both eerie and exciting.

Meeting Her Match was originally published in the autumn of A diadem or two? Peeking through the curtains, I can see only one set of house lights on in the street — belonging to a household with small children.

But for whom was the Princess feeling this eternal moment of exquisite lust?