Kit Connor has always led a safe, cautious life. But when Kit’s friend points out that her erotic writing lacks something, she decides to attend a Sexual Healing group to improve her knowledge.
Kit expects to find the gritty underbelly of sex, and instead finds louche, laidback, sex-loving Dillon Holt.
Dillon makes a suggestion to Kit: that he will tell tales of his sexual excess, and help her book get the realism it needs. She agrees, but hasn't the least idea of what she's getting into.
Dillon doesn't have simple advice in mind … he has lessons to teach her. Lessons on everything she's never dared to experience, from kink to real passion.
Now Kit is never sure: is Dillon the addict, or is she just addicted to him?
Praise for Charlotte Stein:
“You can always count on Charlotte Stein to put you in the mood, for just about anything.” – Coffee Time Romance
“A non-stop crazy hot sex book.” – Amber Skye on Control
“…one of the most highly erotic and sexual books I’ve ever read.” – Book Binge on Telling Tales
About the author
Charlotte Stein has written over thirty short stories, novellas and novels. Her collection of short stories was named one of the best erotic romances of 2009 by Michelle Buonfiglio, and her first novel, Control, was recently called “…a non-stop crazy hot sex book”. When not writing non-stop crazy hot sex books, she can be found eating jelly turtles, watching terrible sitcoms and occasionally lusting after hunks. She lives in West Yorkshire with her husband and their imaginary dog.
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Well, I'm addicted to Charlotte Stein. Her stories are funny, sweet, sexy, and spicy! I loved reading about regular people with regular issues, that help each other heal and find happiness.
This was okay!
I loved this book! Yes, it was sexy and hot; more importantly it was full of feeling. It's amazing how we see ourselves so differently than the rest of the world - and not in a good way. This is about seeing yourself through another person's eyes. And accepting that maybe, just maybe, we're a little better than we thought we were.