Sunday, March 18, 2012

Finding Paradise by Abby Hayes

Days before her high school reunion, Kelly reconnects on Facebook with childhood friend, Nevaeh—a woman who, rumor has it, has lived a life straight out of some erotic novel. And, Kelly has a lot of erotica on her ereader! Ménages, slave fantasies, strangers and BDSM are all included in the stories Nevaeh has to share.

This sexy, world traveler incites Kelly to forge a friendship unlike any she’s ever had before. She never knew a shopping trip could be so educational, especially in an adult store. With her head spinning and her panties damp, Kelly embarks on a crusade to reignite the passion her and her husband, Nate, once had with a few new toys and other surprises. When he surprises her by being a more than willing participant, she decides to test a few boundaries, push a few limits...

Kelly becomes determined to find out if her old neighbor is right, if paradise can be found within your own four walls with the man you married. But, what happens when Kelly’s husband finds out about all of her time spent with Nevaeh? What will happen when Nevaeh’s husband, Hayden, comes into town for the reunion? Will her marriage be in trouble, or will things go further than Kelly ever dreamed they could go?

Reviewer: Jasmine
Finding Paradise is the story of a menage a quatre. This is erotica and very hot. Kelly Carver Gordon is married and a mother, she is also a great reader of novels that raise her erotic fantasies. In her free time she connects to facebook and she meets a childhood friend, Nevaeh Knollinger Wade.

Nevaeh is a beautiful and sexy woman who has lived a life of romance erotica. She is married to Hayden. And in their lectures on facebook, Nevaeh incites Kelly to forge a friendship and ignites the passion in Kelly. Her husband Nate surprises her by being very willing to participate in her games....

This is the first book I read by Ms. Abby Hayes, and consider it an average read giving it 3 stars.

Publisher: Naughty Nights Press
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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