Review: A Tale of Two Hotties by Destiny Moon

April 11, 2015 Review 0

Review: A Tale of Two Hotties by Destiny Moon

Alissa dreams of being ravished by her two favorite men, but can she let go of the inhibitions that hold her back from telling them?

Alissa seems to have it all, a sexy live-in boyfriend and a super-hot foot worshipper on the side. Lately she has been secretly fantasizing about having them both at the same time. She hesitates to tell them, though, because they’re so different from each other and she’s afraid that asking them to ravish her together might result in a loss of both. As Jon explores his dominant side, he helps Alissa to communicate her wildest fantasies, while Clark wants nothing more than to pleasure her as much as she will let him.

Title: A Tale of Two Hotties
Author: Destiny Moon
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Love Uninhibited
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: March 20, 2015
Genres: Erotic Short
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: two-stars
Flames: four-flames
Bailey Bradford

I chose this because I was looking for a hot bedtime story.  Sorry to say I was very disappointed.  It not only did not inspire hot dreams, but it wasn’t even bad enough to put me to sleep. *sigh* I had to rely on my meditation techniques.

I found Alissa vapid.  A guilt ridden catholic good girl who really couldn’t decide what she wanted.  Since the story was written from her point of view, the guys came across somewhat vapid too.

The story itself seemed rift with inconsistencies.  She and Clark had never done anything but the foot worship thing, but mention was made of going to fetish clubs.  Jon was presented as vanilla, but suddenly had this Neanderthal side.

Alissa attributes being truthful as the reason all this “hot” sex she is suddenly having.  Huh?  So all this time she has been lying because she was guilt ridden and afraid to share her fantasies?

Nope, didn’t like the characters.  The story was contrived and the only thing it inspired was the need to make an appointment with a pedicurist.

The only reason it is getting two stars instead of one, or even the dreaded dnf, is because I could see some potential so I kept reading and hoping.  Sadly, the potential was never truly attained.  I was left flat and wondering why.

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