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Satisfy Me

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2011

    A good starter book for erotic reader

    Three interesting exotic love stories by three different authors in three different genres. Still the One is about a boy's crush / love lasting throughout his life for a very slightly older woman. Her Wildest Fantasy is about a woman's journey to actualizing her fantasy. Pure Pleasure is about two adults letting go so they can hold each other. On the 1 to 10 erotic scales; I place this book at a 4. On the 1 to 10 adult love story scales; I place this book at a 10.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Three delightful erotic tales

    ¿Still The One¿ by Renée Alexis. Over two decades have passed since Ethan has seen pharmacist Beverly, his older sister¿s best friend at one time. However, he has come looking for the woman who has haunted his soul (and a hidden body part) for twenty years as all women he has met do not compare to fulfilling his fantasy, which she is ready to do as he is a hunk of a brother.---------------- ¿Her Wildest Fantasy¿ by Sydney Molare. The Video sex club allows its membership to do just about anything and everything imaginable and some not so is offered. Sonata is a first time guest so is stunned not so much by the erotic hedonism, but that two hanging hunks want her. She decides two for the price of one is her wettest dream.---------------- ¿Pure Pleasure¿ by Fiona Zedde. A workaholic professor Julian never does anything for pleasure except when he sleeps as wet dreams are his nocturnal fun time. When he meets Tamarind, the mother of a student, he no longer has to fantasize his deepest desires as reality is so much better than virtua realityl.---------------- These are three delightful erotic tales in which anything goes. Not for everyone, sub-genre fans will feel the heat throughout. Especially unique is Sydney Molare¿s first person account of a woman doing two men at the same time.--------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2007

    CAN IT GET ANY HOTTER?

    Satisfy Me has three stories for the price of one. Each one gives the reader a different taste of erotic and you will not be satisfied until you have read them all. 'Still the One' is about a man, who gets an opportunity to be with his sister's best friend. The woman he's dreamed about having and compared all other women too. 'Her Wildest Fantasy' is about a women, a sex club and two men who can give unlimited amount of pleasure for her voracious appetite. 'Pure Pleasure' is about a workaholic, who finally finds time to meet the woman of his dreams and the freak of his fantasies. Satisfy Me takes me on an erotic journey I want to venture on over and over again. Three stories that not only wet my appetitte but other parts of my body. I was especially excited after I read Sydney Molare's 'Her Wildest Fantasies.' I'm so into anything that has to do with multiples and Ms. Molare certainly cooks a lot of freakiness and makes it taste real good. Anybody got a fan? Cause it's definitely hot between these pages of Satisfy Me ................................................. Reviewed by Sylvia Hubbard, Author and Blogger of How To Love A Black Woman

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