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Paradise Found

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  • Posted August 22, 2011

    Steamy!

    This story starts off with Trent, who is Kylie's brother (from Exotic Indulgence: Bandicoot Cove Book 1)coming to the resort to have fun and show Paige, his friend with benefits, a good time and to show her what life can be like. Also included in the picture is his best mate Mason, who is also involved with Paige. They want to include her in a six month adventure on a boat sailing with them, there is only one problem they don't realize she is leaving after the three day weekend to go back to Canada. Will they be able to convince her having a relationship with two men sailing around Australia is just what she needs?
    From the start of the story things get very very steamy, some role playing is involved and gets interesting. After an interlude with Trent and Paige, Mason joins the pack in an unexpected way. As the story progresses I felt like the only connection they had was in the bedroom. I would have loved to have read more about the relationship, the dynamics as to why it really works with all three of them. I felt a bit lacking in the emotional department, as for as the intimacy department that did not fail not one bit. I did get a bit confused about a certain prop being used, had to read several times over to actually figure out how things were lining up and also the female's name was misspelled a few times. Overall it is a good story, I would just have loved to have seen more about why they really all loved each other.

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