Review: A Taste of Rome, World of Sin # 3 by Lucy Felthouse

April 10, 2014 Review 0

Review: A Taste of Rome, World of Sin # 3 by Lucy Felthouse

Book three of the World of Sin series

Ryan Stonebridge and his friend Kristian Hurst have travelled to London and Paris on their “gap year” adventure, before starting university. Now it’s on to Rome.

The American girls they met in Paris are along for the ride, providing lots of sexy fun for the boys. But as no one in the foursome is looking for commitment, there’s still plenty of scope for hooking up with the locals. Voyeurism, cougars, risky outdoor sex and threesomes abound in the Italian leg of the boys’ European adventure.

Title: A Taste of Rome
Author: Lucy Felthouse
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Mean Girls, Grand Slam, His: Manlove Edition, Illicit Relations
Source: Publisher
Published: 14 March, 2014
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 39
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

I’ve been following Ryan and Kristian’s story since they met up in London at the start of their gap year travels.  While much of the earlier stories are spent focused on their sexual conquests (and there is plenty of sex here) the boys take some time to relax and actually enjoy the city that is their third stop.

Traveling without a real itinerary, just taking the time to enjoy their freedom, the boys have moved from Paris to Rome in the company of the two girls they had met in the last book.  Although neither are looking for a ‘relationship’ they do manage to hook up in several quick interludes throughout the story.

Time to see the ruins and explore the city: giving both Kris and Ryan a chance to see the sights that appeals to them the most: all beautifully detailed and described by Felthouse, giving the reader a sense of the heat, beauty and unique sights that make Rome such a must-see destination.   These are teenagers – enjoying their last taste of freedom before finally growing up and moving on to careers, so the sex is free-flowing, free feeling and often hurried: they aren’t blessed with tons of time or privacy.  This does completely fit the feel and the theme of the others in the series, and gives a lighthearted look at romance, travel and enjoying life once again.


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