by S. L. Jennings




Right now, you're probably asking yourself two things:
Who am I?
And, what the hell are you doing here?

Let's start with the most obvious question, shall we?

You're here, ladies, because you can't f*ck.

Oh, stop it. Don't cringe. No one under the age of 80 clutches their pearls.
You might as well get used to it, because for the next six weeks, you're going to hear that word a lot. And you're going to say it a lot.
Go ahead, try it out on your tongue.
F*ck. F***ck.

Ok, good. Now where were we?

If you enrolled yourself in this program then you are wholly aware that you're a lousy lay. Good for you. Admitting it is half the battle.

For those of you that have been sent here by your husband or significant other, dry your tears and get over it. You've been given a gift, ladies. The gift of mind-blowing, wall-climbing, multiple-orgasm-inducing sex. You have the opportunity to f*ck like a porn star. And I guarantee, you will when I'm done with you.

And who am I?

Well, for the next six weeks, I will be your lover, your teacher, your best friend, and your worst enemy. Your every-f*cking-thing. I'm the one who is going to save your relationship and your sex life.

I am Justice Drake.
And I turn housewives into whores.

Now...who's first?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781499528091
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/22/2014
Pages: 242
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.51(d)

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Taint 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 68 reviews.
Marianna-ALustForReading More than 1 year ago
Justice Drake runs an exclusive sex therapy spa for high society women. These women are all here for one reason: to try and regrab the attention of their philandering husbands. And Justice is going to teach them how to do that with their bodies. Justice loves his job. Loves making the rich, uptight women uncomfortable. Loves breaking them down to unleash their inner kittens. While he loves what he does, he remains cold and aloof towards the women that learn form him at Oasis. He knows better than to dabble where he works. Except something feels different about this latest group. And that difference is Allison. Allison has been married to Evan Carr for 5 years and he has been unfaithful the entire time. And she knows it. Hell, the entire world knows it. Now her cheating husband has sent her to Oasis to learn how to...you know.... Yeah, he's awesome, isn't he? Justice is drawn to her like sunshine and no matter how hard he tries, and he does try, he can't stay away. He knows he can't have her, not forever anyway, because when her time with him is over, she will go back to her husband, Cheating jerk or not. To say that I have been anxiously waiting for the release of Taint is a gross understatement. From the minute the cover and blurb were releases I've been dying to get my hands on it! So when release day finally arrived, I put my kids on the bus and dove right in. And yes, I totally had cover model Mike Thurston's Instagram page up on my iPad while I read this. I admit it. I have no shame. This book was everything I was hoping for and oh so much more. I expected an interesting story with the whole sex education thing, and I got that. I also expected a sexfest, and yes I got that too. But not a non-stop sexfest with little story. No. You have to wait a little bit for that steaminess but once you get their it is amazing. But it was also quite funny too and I genuinely adored both Justice and Ally. Justice has this vulnerability and loneliness that he hides behind his cool facade. Without even trying, Ally starts to break through to the real him. And Ally is beautiful and awkward and funny and a Friends fanatic and god I love all of that about her. The ending was not quite what I expected. There are some twists, which I had a slight inclination about, but man oh man I was holding my breath to see how everything would play out. I really did not know which way it would go. The only thing I would have liked was an epilogue. But let's be honest, that's mostly because I just wanted more Justice. There is no cliffy here, which is usually a big fat YAY! But I was oddly sad that there wasn't because that meant my time with Mike Thurston, ahem, I mean Justice Drake was over. This was my first book by S.L. Jennings and it certainly will not be my last. Taint blew my expectations out of the water and left me with the biggest book hangover of the year.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great,loved that it was written from the man POV. Crass, funny, sexy....over the top....down right perfect!!!!
MMRNY More than 1 year ago
Nothing like anything you have ever read before. I absolutely loved Taint!! This book was so good that I read it in one day. Taint is nothing like anything you have ever read before. I do believe that every girl could use a Justice Drake in her life. Justice Drake, the "sexpert", teaches women how to make their husbands want them...again. He is a loner and believes that he has everything mapped out in his life as it should be, but little does he know he is about to have his world turned upside down. The book is told from Justice Drake's POV, and it is so well done. I absolutely loved this book. When I first started reading it, I was a bit confused and skeptical, but as the book went on I devoured it. However, Ms. Jennings has done this on purpose and by the time you reach the end of the book, your socks will be knocked off. I did not see the Big Reveal coming at all. So, thank you S.L. Jennings for writing this one, and I look forward to reading more of your work.
jenn_wes2 More than 1 year ago
Great book, but..... This book is great. Started off hot and steamy, (I mean, come on...the cover, 'nuff said) Justice Drake is very alpha. There was several LOL moments. I like a scandalous, drama, reality TV touch the story brought. I was hooked by Chapter 3.  BUT.... there is a moment in the middle of the book where I went "how the hell did that just happen," I feel like the begining was great, the ending HEA was great, but the middle was rushed. There could have definitely been 2 more chapters in the middle. Overall, great book, I recommend it.
jeniNY More than 1 year ago
First - the cover is great love it that's what drew me to the book. Second - "Justice Drake" really? Fantastic name for a male character. In the first chapter Justice has a real alpha male, arrogant bastard thing going on that intrigued me. But by the second chapter he started to become a little wishy washy. I like that the book was in the male character POV but sometimes the musings to himself were a little cheesy for a guy to say.  So when he starts talking about the color of the sunset with way too many adjective for a guy just didn't sit well with me.  But I read on because he still intrigued me. I also felt that his devotion and attraction to Ally happened a little too quick could have waited a few more days before he wanted to fall at her feet. Again I read on, still curious to see where the author was going with  the whole story.   By the middle of the book I was really starting to get into it and was rooting for Justice to get the girl.   The sex scenes were hot and well written.  The classes he gave to the housewives was also well written, the lesson on oral sex was hysterical.  When I was 25% in was thinking this would be a 3 star review, but I hung in and by 50% I was really liking it especially the friendship that grew between Justice and Ally before anything sexual happened. That was a lot of fun to read.   The twist at the end was definitely an attention grabber.  For me it started off slow but then ended with a twist and a nice HEA. I would recommend it. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok, I'm not gonna lie, I was expecting this to have a lot more hot sex scenes than it did....and sooner. It didnt, so I was a little disappointed BUT I still liked the story and the sex scenes that it had were hot. It was kind of slow for me. I like a book that grabs me at the beginning....this didnt and it took till about pg 125 for the good stuff to happen. I thought it ended abrubtly too. Would have liked a little more of Ally & Drake as a couple. Overall good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Didnt really connect with the heroine..i didnt feel her struggle..needed a little more character development...i want to route for the couple and sadly i didnt really..i would try another of this authors books but im not rushing to find them..just left me flat..loved the idea but it didnt quite deliver
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OMG, I loves this book. I was different! It was sexy! It was original! Oh Justice Drake, what can I say. The man is sex on wheels. I wanted to jump through the book and attack him. I loved how the book was completely from his POV. The characters and the story line we amazing. I loved how Ally grew to discover herself and how Justice brought out the best in her. And Evan, well that bastard just pisses me. There was some major twists and developments at the end of the book. It shocked and surprised me. But it all came together with a very good ending. This is a standalone book with no cliffhanger. I must say, I feakin love Ella Fox's books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm only halfway through at this point but i'm loving me some Justice Drake. And the Yummy on the cover helps too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was all for a sexy playboy who's a sex doctor to the most elite socialites in the world. I even though by the name of the book it would be more along the lines of a dark erotic read, but it's not. The beginning was great and when the romance started between Drake and Allie i was into it, but some longer parts inbetween ,i think the story could have done without. The newspaper clippings and name dropping in the story was a plus and i loved hating Allies philandering husband.I just wished he had been tortured more . The ending was cute and unexpected, not at all what i thought would end up happening. Overall a good romantic read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
**4 Stars** WoW this book is...very dirty & straight to the point..that was great. Just seemed like a huge part was reveiled & then moved on. The big secret was rushed. **200+ pages** **Very Explicit**
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What a wonderful story. This is the first book I've read from this author. I really hope she writes more like it. The subject matter was so unique. I justed loved Justice and Ally.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
But i totally loved this book. The beginning nit so much, but the ending was great!
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Blamjam More than 1 year ago
Justice Drake...you are MY lobster and can "taint" me anytime you want. I loved where this book went. It went from the tough sex expert teaching a room of Stepford Wives how to be slutty wives so their husbands won't cheat on them. Hey...rich people are crazy, I totally think this could happen. Well the teacher ends up being the student when one of the wives breaks through his touch exterior with ice cream, quirky banter and Friends. No not friends of hers, Friends the TV show. I instantly melted at the mention of "lobsters" as my hubby and I call each other lobster (I may or may not be a massive Friends fan). She teaches him that he can love, he deserves love and to be loved. I am usually thrown off by abrupt endings with no epilogue, but this was done perfectly and leaves it up to my own interpretation that can be nothing other than perfection. All it took was one a question and a lock of hair.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
after reading a couple of great mysteries i thought this would be on the lighter side. it was very light and boring and pretty stupid.
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Megan_BedroomBookworms More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars There has been so much chatter online about Taint from S.L. Jennings and I have to say they were right, this book is awesome! Taint is written in Justice Drake’s point of view. You read that right MALE POINT OF VIEW! I loved his inner monologues and all the lies that he told himself throughout this book. Being inside Justice’s head made this book hilarious. This doesn’t mean that I loved Justice at all times though. He does something in the beginning of this book that I was so mad and sad about. I like when the hero falls on his ass chasing the girl. The hero shouldn’t even be able to think about another woman he’s so wrapped up in our heroine. In the end Justice did make me fall in love with him. He had a nice mushy side once he was willing to accept his feelings. Plus honestly, did you see that cover? Scroll up and go look. Do you see that smirk? Hot, isn’t it? Yeah, I know. I was picturing that slight smirk while reading, it helped me get over his dumb moves earlier in the book. I want to print that cover image off, pin it to my cork board above my computer and just stare at it all day. Heck I need a signed copy in paperback just so I can set it on my nightstand Our heroine Allison was ok. I don’t have many notes on her, which is actually a good thing. It means she didn’t spend half the story ticking me off like so many other heroines out there. Allison is in a tough position, but I thought she handled it with grace and to the best of her ability. There is a big twist in Taint, that I am not going to talk about, but I’ll just say it did not see that coming at all. It comes out of left field, but I loved it. It adds just that little bit of drama to the story to really make things sizzle. Plus the lobster stuff.. swoon. Really you just have to read the book to know what I’m talking about and it’s worth it to find out, trust me. Okay, let’s talk the sex. That’s the important part right? First let me say for you tug scene lovers out there, we get two from Justice. Overall the sex was pretty hot, but I had a problem with some of the initial scenes. You see, I get protective of my heroes and I only want them with “the girl”. I don’t want to read about them and another girl whether it be present or past tense. I don’t want to know about past conquest, especially not in any kind of detail. It takes a while before we get any hot scenes between our two main characters. Once they do, it’s worth it because the two of them together is HOT. I just wish we could have had those scenes earlier in the story. Ultimately, that is what kept this book from a full five star rating for me. It takes SOOOOO long for the couple to get together. Taint has a very original storyline which drew me in but after a while I felt like it was dragging on because I just wanted them to finally hook the freak up. I wish there had been an epilogue so we could really see Justice and Allison as an official couple, more than we were able to in what was provided. But who knows, maybe we’ll get a book two.
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JoannaDursi More than 1 year ago
I have two words for you…JUSTICE DRAKE!! Justice is a sex instructor & makes his loving by teaching rich women how to pleasure their husbands. He lives anonymously & his clients don’t even know who he is until they arrive at his resort. While many of the women know their husbands are stepping out on them, Justice makes them face some harsh truths. I loved his bluntness & thought S.L. Jennings did an awesome job writing him & his story. Justice finds himself attracted to one of the women, Allison. He starts behaving out of character by spending time with her outside of class & finds himself worrying about the fact that he likes it.  When secrets from their pasts are revealed, what will it mean for their future? The ending was a bit abrupt for my taste but regardless this book is AMAZING & has one heck of a H.O.T. cover! This is definitely different from S.L.’s other books but her writing is spot on as usual and does not disappoint. - I don’t give a f* if Ally is his by law. She’s mine, right down to my bones. She was always meant to be a part of me. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago