Tryst: A Sexual Education Novel

Tryst: A Sexual Education Novel

by S. L. Jennings

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My name is Heidi DuCane. I might seem like your average happily married woman with average desires. But don’t let looks fool you. I have needs that are begging to be satisfied. So what do I want more than anything else?

 I want my most secret fantasy fulfilled.

Have I got your interest now? Are you wondering what my most illicit, dark fantasy involves?

I want my husband, Tucker, to watch while another man brings me to pleasure.

While I do love Tucker, I’ve always suspected there’s much more out there waiting for me to explore. And my hunch was proven when I met rock superstar Ransom Reed—every woman’s wet dream. I would’ve been insane not to take him up on his offer to share one wild night with him…and Tucker. The sex was mind-blowing! And Tucker enjoyed himself as much as I did. But here’s the catch.

The sex was so good that one night wasn’t enough.

Neither Tucker nor I can stop thinking about that scorching hot night. My husband loves me so much that he’ll do anything to please me—including helping me reach staggering heights of ecstasy with another man. But it wasn’t just the sex that was enticing. I felt something come alive in me, and I felt so deliciously satisfied and loved by both men.

Now that Tucker and Ransom have made my most forbidden fantasies come true, I’ve learned an important lesson.

I can never go back to the way things were before….

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062389749
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 11/10/2015
Series: Sexual Education , #2
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 416
Sales rank: 585,574
File size: 670 KB

About the Author

S.L. Jennings is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary and paranormal romance, reality TV junkie, obsessive coffee drinker, and collector of crazy.

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Tryst: A Sexual Education Novel 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
2kasmom More than 1 year ago
This is book # 2 in the Sexual Education series. This book can be read as a standalone. It is also enjoyable to read in order as a series piece. It is helpful for the reader to understand and enjoy. Heidi DuCane is a tough negotiator and publicist. She is married to Tucker, who is a sweet and staid husband who dotes on her all the time. Then they meet Ransom Reed, who is a rock and roll star and every woman'd fantasy come to life. Tucker ends up getting to know Ransom while Heidi is there trying to gain Ransom as a client. Tuck ends up telling Ransom that he is on his wife's "List." This intrigues Ransom into wanting to know more. Heidi is glad Tuck cares about her and her needs all the time. He just sometimes treats her like a piece of glass, and she would rather be treated like a grown up woman. This is a source of anger for her and it takes a lot to bring it to the surface and fess up. Ransom, in the mean time is the client she never wants to deal with. They have to come to an understanding in order to work together. He has his own set of demands for her. This is a book of once in a lifetime chances, and whether we would take them if we could. I so appreciated the honesty of the characters. The story is such a a crazy fun read and wild ride! ***This ARC cope was given in exchange for an honest review only.
ReneeEntress More than 1 year ago
4 star I was pulled right into this story. The story has laughs, secrets, twists & turns, and heartbreak. If you have not read the below I would recommend reading those books(s) first Taint (Sexual Education, #1) Heidi is married to Tucker but there marriage is lacking. It’s still good but Heidi wants more and there is nothing Tucker will not do for his wife. When offered a night of fun for Heidi while Tucker watches he agrees. But it turns into more than a night. As much as Heidi loves her husband she also loved the attention of another man. Will Heidi be able to deal with the aftermath of the nights together? Or will they make her question everything? Can she go back to what her and her husband has before without guilt? Will the one on one satisfy either one of them anymore? I did feel that the ending was rushed and not at all what I was expecting. But it does lead you into the next book so there is that….. I recommend this book.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
  Tryst: A Sexual Education Novel,  S. L. Jennings  Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Genre:  Romance, I loved the first book with  Ally and Justice and looked forward to this. It was a good story but for me there were major issues that stopped me loving it. Heidi and Tucker. First off they’re so in love, she adores him and he her, and then we’re told he isn’t satisfying her sexually. She wants rough, he treats her like glass. Given he knows what happened to her its not that surprising though is it? And why has this suddenly come up now – they don’t seem to have had a problem so far...Anyway they meet Ransom, her crush and Free-pass guy. His agent wants her to take him on, and at first she thinks he’s arrogant and doesn’t like him. Still wants him sexually though, and suddenly they’re all in his room where they have a wild night with Tucker watching and directing. From the blurb I thought there would be more of that but in fact it feels to me that the whole thing is overblown, with them really only having a handful of interactions, sometimes just heavy flirting and some touching...right up to the end. I got irritated with Heidi, she loves Tucker, doesn’t want to destroy her marriage, and yet knows he’s hurt and still won’t stop flirting and pushing towards Ransom. Then she’s thinking “poor Ransom”, troubled kid, ( he’s younger at just 24) everyone warns her she’s playing with fire, risking everything, she knows he’s got some severe issues but – oh dear she just can’t stay away....and so it goes on. Tucker gave me some shocks and that changed my view of him. The only one that I really felt for was Ransom, he was so in need of love, and he’d seized on Heidi. He really was taken advantage of. They were older, professionals and should have known they were being unfair to him. I just couldn’t see all the “in love “ bit after such a short time and a couple of lust filled interludes. That’s me, others will be happy to accept it as is though. It was a hot and sexy read but my dislike of the way the story went and the characters acted means its just a good story and not a great one. I do want to read the next story though with Ransom and Lorinda from the first book.   Stars: Three, loved poor Ransom, irritated by Tucker and Heidi's selfishness. ARC supplied by Edelwiess and publishers If you enjoyed my review I'd love it if you would please click “Like” and if you didn't I'd love to know why, so I can make future reviews more helpful.