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Friday, September 2, 2011

My Review of "Sinfully Sexy" (Leather and Pleasure 3) by Jennifer Labelle

Blurb:
Sable Dixon and Lila Davis have been lovers since they started working at the ever popular fetish club Leather and Pleasure, but Lila has curiosities and would like to know how Sable feels about having a third join them sometime. She’s a little nervous, but can’t shake this fantasy that she hopes to enact sometime soon. So when Sable accepts and seems eager to have it happen, why is it that she suddenly feels nervous?

Lila is the love of Sable’s life, but when she’s approached with the tempting request of having a threesome, Sable is all for it and quickly invites Parker into the mix. He’s good looking, respectful, sexy as hell and there’s no one else she’d rather share Lila with. One invitation turns into so much more where fantasies are lived, and one sinfully sexy night has them all coming like they never have before.

Genre: Erotic contemporary, BDSM, F/F/M Menage

My Review:
I am really enjoying reading this series by Jennifer Labelle. I love sexy shorts, and each of these have been wonderful, so different. The author thanked her readers in the dedication for letting her experiment with her writing, but I am here to say that her experiments are paying off. Each story has just gotten better. This one seemed very solid, the writing style, the story line, the dialogue to the situations, all just fit together into one well-written, hot – lets not forget hot – sexual scenario that just flows along the pages.

Mrs. Labelle ménage (f/m/f) evolves in such a way, from phone sex to work to home, interweaving the three characters, that by the time the two women tie up the guy…well I will just leave that there, but it had me squirming!

So excited to read Naughty Noel (Leather and Pleasure 4) next month!
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