Review: Passion Sails at Sea (Free Woman) by Diane Thorne

March 18, 2014 Review 0

Review: Passion Sails at Sea (Free Woman) by Diane Thorne

Two sexy Italian men and a private cruise on the Mediterranean. What could be better?

Gwenever is enjoying her dream vacation and looks forward to discovering what Rome has to offer.

As she sits at a café, two stunningly attractive men introduce themselves. Although Leo and Paolo are twenty years younger than Gwen is, the age difference means little to them and they take turns flirting with her. Their directness, charm and playful nature appeal to Gwen.

When they invite her to go cruising on their yacht to enjoy some vitamin D, she's fully aware what they're insinuating. Another prime opportunity is presented to Gwen and she has to make a decision. Is she ready to take a chance with two strangers, sail the Mediterranean Sea and explore passion in a way she never has before?

Title: Passion Sails at Sea
Author: Diane Thorne
Series: Free Woman
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: 24 January 2014
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance, Menage
Pages: 50
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Stars: two-half-stars
Flames: three-flames

Gwen is on an extended vacation, and this leg of her journey takes her to Rome and to explore her ménage fantasy with two hot, young Italian brothers Leo and Paolo. Forty-something Gwen is a bit difficult to explain, and in fact I didn’t really ever warm up to her.
Leo and Paolo were more wind up boy toys with an expensive yacht, and every possible permutation of a MFM ménage was portrayed.  While the scenes started out charming, and the interplay between the three with innuendo and suggestions was clever, it soon turned into too much, too cute, too too too.

Nothing here was particularly original, the boys did not touch one another, but purely focused on her whims, needs and wishes: and the story just became a series of Tab A into Slot B.  There wasn’t enough character depth to get me to care, and after the third ‘earth shattering orgasm’  (in the first encounter) I was uninspired.  As part of the whole, this story might be an entertaining interlude, but it didn’t work well for me as the erotic short I was expecting.

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