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Continuum

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by Portia Da Costa
     
 

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Like Alice in some decadent Wonderland, Joanna Darrell takes a break from her boring office job, meets new people, and is introduced to the giving and receiving of enjoyable punishment. Here is a parallel world of perversity and unusual pleasure.  See more details below

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Like Alice in some decadent Wonderland, Joanna Darrell takes a break from her boring office job, meets new people, and is introduced to the giving and receiving of enjoyable punishment. Here is a parallel world of perversity and unusual pleasure.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780352331205
Publisher:
Virgin Books
Publication date:
07/01/2001
Series:
Black Lace
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
4.25(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.80(d)

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Portia Da Costa is also the author of Devil Inside, Gothic Blue, Hotbed, Kiss It Better, Magic and Desire, Shadowplay, and The Tutor.

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Continuum 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Meh wanna be in it too!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You know, i love this storeh!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Eeeeven though i wazn't there, can i pweeze be in? PWEEEEZE
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Continuum was good fantasy reading for me. I liked the plot of bored woman who takes risks. It was sexy and sometimes thrilling.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I put this one down after about 40 pages. All I was reading was sex. Weak plot and characters were only about sex. I normally enjoy reading erotic romances but this one just didn't seem like a story. It seemed like the author was trying to write sex with poor to no real connection to anything. Don't waste money on this one.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Joanna Darrell is bored with her office job at Perry McAfree, but that is no excuse for breaking the company¿s number one rule to treat the client sweetly she just failed having called the Vale Associates representative a ¿sad bastard¿ before slamming the phone down. As she waits for her boss Halloran to rip her apart and probably fire her, she fantasizes about having this hunk service her as his aristocratic apocalyptic reputation with women is legendary. Freelance computer specialist Kevin Steel notices her ecstatic expression that he has once before placed on her face when they made love, but since that ecstatic interlude she has said no to his advances. Instead of sacking her, Halloran and the Human Resources Chief Davidson tell her she needs a vacation as she has worked too hard. They send Joanna to Whiteoaks, a place with the latest relaxation therapies. Joanna soon finds the place caters to her deepest erotic fantasies where pleasure and pain are part of the same CONTINUUM while several studs provide major appetizers but only a steely hunk can be her master. --- Joanna is an interesting protagonist who as the back cover of the book states becomes ¿Alice in a decadent wonderland¿. She keeps the erotic tale focused as it runs the gamut of bondage. With the exception of Kevin, the hunks are interchangeable though the protagonist can tell them apart by a look or feel of their one-eyed dripping plunger. Sub-genre fans will enjoy this heated erotic romance as Joanna takes quite a torrid vacation. --- Harriet Klausner