Review: Andrea at the Center by J.P. Kansas

June 24, 2013 Review 1

Review: Andrea at the Center by J.P. Kansas

"You're going to here at the Center for a few months. It's going to be the most enlightening experience of your life. When it's over, you'll be returned to where you taken from—a different woman."

Young and beautiful Andrea is, without warning, whisked away to a secret location, where a mysterious group devotes itself to the pursuit of sexual enlightenment through the use of many sensual techniques. Gradually, she's introduced to the ways of the Center by the people that gladly occupy it. Her sense of self and her understanding of sexuality are profoundly challenged, leading her to a new understanding of herself and the deepest sexual satisfaction.

Andrea at the Center, previously published by Masquerade in the 90's, has been fully revised with titillating updates for our Pink Flamingo readers! J.P. Kansas will thrill you with his stunning tale of straight, lesbian and gay sex, bondage, exhibitionism and all sorts of sex toys and dolls! The excitement does not stop there, however. Andrea's experiences are sure to arouse every fetish; from spanking and collars to threesomes and voyeurism. Andrea at the Center has everything you want in an erotic novel and more!

Title: Andrea at the Center
Author: J.P. Kansas
Published by Pink Flamingo Publications
Source: Author
Published: 8 February, 2013
Genres: Erotic Classic
Pages: 212
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
Flames: five-flames

Where to start? This is a book that defies a simple description that manages to convey it all in a single word or three. It is erotica, but far more than that as it covers nearly every permutation of the sub-genres but paranormal. There is LBGT sex, BDSM, multiple partners, fetishism it’s all here. Surrounding a bit of a ‘dubious consent’ start as Andrea is essentially kidnapped and deposited at the Center without really accepting or agreeing to it. So, there are moments of her acting out on her anger, and the usual fear and frustration that would accompany that situation.

From the first to the last, every scenario causes Andrea to question her own sexuality and the first reaction that everyone has to something that is far from their “normal” expectations. Each scene is written to both explore the new experience and provide us with a clear sense of the intrigue, emotions and even reactions to the activity and in a clever twist, the author has made efforts to enlighten Andrea (and readers by extension) as to the development of the fetishes, providing a sense of ‘understanding’ the why, if not being intrigued by the actual act.

I received an eBook from the author for purpose of honest review for the Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.


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