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Monday, April 11, 2011
Treats in a Plain Brown Wrapper, by Cassandre Dayne
Erotic author Trista Rogers has more on her mind than writing lately. It involves her special deliveries from her UPS delivery man Al Weatherby and her plain brown wrapped packages she keeps ordering. Every day Trista waits for Al and her packages, and every day this luscious man slips away...that is, until today. Trista has plans to sway him inside, seduce him and have some of the hottest sex of her life. Of course, only if Al agrees.
To Trista's surprise, Al is agreeable and ready for action. The best delivery Trista gets is directly from Al. After a sultry afternoon in bed, Trista anxiously awaits her next package delivery from the “toy” store and Al. When he isn't the one bringing her newest toy, Trista thinks she's overstepped the boundaries and that Al is gone; when in reality he was called away on a family emergency.
The next day Trista receives a very large special delivery. Al and his amorous body. They spend the day and night exploring each other and playing with her extensive toys.
Dayne has a way of producing fabulous characters, credible story lines/plots while adding humor into it. While I smirked throughout the entire novel at the heroines antics, the final line of the novel made me laugh out loud and applaud Dayne's wit and precocious writing style. She captures the essence of attraction, love and affection while producing some sensual scenes in the bedroom.
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