Review Pajama Party by Kelli Scott

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Review Pajama Party by Kelli Scott

When longtime friends, Tracy, Ashlin and Dara head to Las Vegas for a mini vacation and a little female bonding, the plan is simple: cut loose, drink a little, dance a lot, gamble and take in a male strip show. Once they’ve checked those activities off their itinerary, the three gals improvise and make a new plan. A pajama party that takes a turn—not for the worse—for the wild. With the help of a bag of sex toys, they put themselves on each other’s to-do list with some unexpected results that might test the bonds of their friendship, changing the dynamics forever.

Title: Pajama Party
Author: Kelli Scott
Published by Decadent Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: 26 April 2013
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 28
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Stars: four-stars
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This was a fun short erotic, with f/f and f/f/f scenes to steam up your eReader.  Tracy, Ashlin and Dara are headed to Vegas for a ‘girl’s getaway’, although not everything that happened in Vegas stayed there this trip!  First you have all the action and partying that you would expect in Vegas: strip shows, decadence and the curious influence of a vacation spot that laughs at inhibitions.

Neon must have an effect on inhibitions, because these ladies certainly had few of them left. Experimenting with sex toys, alone and with one another, led to one steamy scene after another as the multiple partnerings and combinations of who is doing what where is enough to feed any reader’s curiosity.  The writing was smooth, dialogue felt natural and the characters were fun, what we got to know of them. It was apparent, at least to me, that none of the sexual antics were exactly a surprise to any of the women, and it would have been nice to have a longer story that explored that deeper connection.



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