Velvet Glove

Velvet Glove

by Emma Holly
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Velvet Glove 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Great book to read. Not one of her best book though.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Another excellent book by Emma Holly! She is my favorite Black Lace writer of all time. The hottest sex, interesting and believable characters and a plot - what more can you ask for? This foray into life as a submissive is rocky at first for our heroine Audrey. She finally meets Patrick, who not only can give her what she craves, but because of her finds out new things about himself and his sexual appetites that he never knew before. Very hot, this is a definite keeper in my home library!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Emma Holly definitely has a talent in writing erotic romantic fiction. This book had all the ingredients. Decadence, romance and some S & M thown in. The only problems found in this book, is that it is obvious that Ms. Holly is not an American writer. The characters are labeled as American and the setting is in the good old U.S. But Ms. Holly's grammar and terminology at many points is very British. It became confusing as to what side of the Atlantic these characters were at. Also, the main character, Audrey, is a very sexually active heroine, with many different partners. Yet, the safe safe factor was almost a non-issue. Only with two people did she have them use a condom. One of them being the gay/bisexual Basil who happened to be the only one not sleeping around previously to his encounters with Patrick and Audrey. All of her other partners, who had been sexually active (Patrick and Tommy), did not use protection. That was odd. All in all it is a good erotic novel. Audrey and Patrick made a very sexy couple as well as Basil and the seemingly straight Patrick. Only wished there had been more of the sexy Basil who seemed to be the best written character.