Megan Hart: An Erotic Collection Volume 1: This is What I Want\Indecent Experiment\Everything Changes\Layover

Megan Hart: An Erotic Collection Volume 1: This is What I Want\Indecent Experiment\Everything Changes\Layover

by Megan Hart
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Megan Hart: An Erotic Collection Volume 1: This is What I Want\Indecent Experiment\Everything Changes\Layover 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
AustenStudent More than 1 year ago
“This is What I Want” Eve Grant writes a sexual fantasy blog and is known as Eris Apparent, “goddess of chaos.” She posts her deepest secret sex fantasies, exchanges witty repartee with her commenters, yet becomes tongue tied around Lane DeMarco, her hot, sexy, and “unattainable” co-worker. Little does Eve knows he’s a fan! “She was everything Eve was inside but hadn’t yet managed to bring to the surface. And also, frankly, Eris was Eve’s shied…” “Why could she speak to strangers online, share with them her most intimate secrets, yet she couldn’t do more than mumble with Lane?” “Indecent Experiment” Two college students take part in a five day relationship experiment. Day one: hold hands. Day two: hug. Day three: kiss. Day four: grope. Day five: would you have sex with this person? A cute and charming story. “Everything Changes” This is more like an epilogue to Tempted. My review is here. “Layover” Julia finds herself stuck in Texas after her flight back home to Philadelphia is cancelled. She calls Graham, a man she met once on a business trip. The one she was attracted to…and walked away from. Julia has a dominant sexual personality but fears any man would be turned off. She decides to take a chance on Graham as long as she’s in town. I love Hart’s perceptive observations on the opposite sex: “Boyfriends, she’d decided, were like seashells. Every once in a while you found a pretty one to put in your pocket, but most were broken, some were sharp, some had a bad smell.” Hart writes very entertaining and enjoyable stories, with authentic and likable characters in familiar, everyday settings. I look forward to reading more.