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Monday, May 2, 2011
Shadows of Panic & Wicked Desire, by Cassandre Dayne
Halle Tremont is a career woman and what better way to throw this woman off business then to call her in the middle of the day, asking her to masturbate so you can watch from across the street, site unseen. That's exactly what her new boyfriend Snake, AKA Leslie Brennon does. While the white collar big-wigs are on the other side of the door, Halle gives in to Snake's demand.
Wild kinky sex in public places (ex. construction site, elevator- we've all had this fantasy I think) are a couple of locations where they “get it on”. One fantasy Halle has never been to fulfill was about to come true with the help of her friend, Kimberly.
Snake arranges an sex party where masked men will lavish over Halle's body then in a second sex scene they bound and play kinky, rough sex games with her.
I've reviewed Dayne's books in the past and have to say Shadows or Panic and Wicked Desire's is by far her best work. The tension, passion and camaraderie between Halle and Snake are undeniable and perfect. Dayne's writing style and provocativeness left me wanting more. The way Dayne weaves a story and the character's interaction is awe-inspiring writing. From the opening scene of Halle answering the phone to Snake's demands of pleasuring herself while he played voyeur, left me wanting more. This short novel is jam-packed with sexual action, heat and some of the steamiest scenes I've read. I highly recommend this book for anyone, especially couples looking to rev up their own sex life. Perfect for a night of passion.
*Blurb Courtesy of Goodreads
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