Show Me

Show Me

by Carole Hart
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Show Me 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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innocentsweetiepie More than 1 year ago
OMG I loved this book, it was exciting and titilating. Amazing and and beautiful. I loved the ending but I really really hope the author does a sequel to this book.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
XTV is an adult only cable station that hires actors to perform in reality shows, host naked news casts or conduct sex interviews. In other words 24/7 of all the sex worth showing and some not worth revealing but showing anyway. Owner Babylona loves to get into the lives of her employees. Zaza looks forward to sexual encounters on live TV with the rich, famous, and endowed. Emily the talk show hostess interviews the rich and famous, but has her own secret with a rich and famous. Finally vicious news anchor Valerie loves to expose the rich and famous laying bare their secrets and their bodies. At an orgy in Germany, the four females will open up more than just their vaginas. Show Me takes an acerbic bite out of reality TV using sex as the method of choice. Though will written with a strong lampooning premise, the problem is none of the XTV cast comes across as likable, which in turn makes the satirical spin seem somewhat mean-spirited and lacking Hart. Still erotic fans will enjoy Carole Hart's entertaining heated version of reality TV. Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Show Me' lived up to its name. You will never have to guess why this story is called 'Show Me.' Every aspect of this story was centered around show. If you enjoy historicals this is the story for you because not only is it a great story, but erotica at its best. It was a one day read for me, I couldn't put it down. I look forward to reading more of Celia May Hart's work.