Title: Satisfying Desires
Lucas is the only man who can satisfy all her desires.
Sally has a broken wrist and is struggling to cope with being off work and home alone. She's eaten nothing but soup in days and is sick to death of daytime TV. She goes for a walk but is distracted by the delicious smells coming from the local café.
The tall and tanned Greek chef, Lucas, wants to look after Sally…and not just by feeding her with his delicious fried foods. He invites her back to enjoy a meal with him alone that night once the café is closed.
His special brand of optimism and dominance has Sally bending to his will and begging him for more. Their less than innocent evening meal is finished off by a trip to the bedroom with a pot of chocolate spread because, as Lucas says, the only thing better than a hot naked woman is a hot naked woman covered in chocolate!
Reader Advisory: This book contains creative use of fruit and vegetables.
Publisher's Note This story has been previously released as part of the Whip It Up anthology by Totally Bound Publishing.
Author: Victoria Blisse
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Sharing Nicely, Smut By the Sea Volume 3
Published by Totally Bound Source: Publisher
Published: 22 November 2013
Genres: BDSM, Erotic Contemporary Romance
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Not my first Victoria Blisse – but by far my favourite.
Sally is an awkward woman, with many acquaintances and few friends. Which she soon realizes when she breaks her arm and there is pretty much no one to look after her. Feeling a little bit down on her luck and down in the dumps she stumbles upon Lucas he takes it upon himself to look after Sally. In every possible way.
I think pretty much every woman (even the most hardcore feminist) loves the idea of being saved by the prince on his white steed. This story is pretty much the modern day version of that. It was filled with passion, romance and the fulfilling of needs that Sally didn’t even realize she had.
I loved both the characters. They were easy to get into and understand. Lucas was the definition of Knight in Shining Armor from the start to the end. He knew exactly when to cajole, when to push and when to punish. Sally loved being looked after just like any of us would if we were hurt or sick, but isn’t all that sure what to do with the domineering part that Lucas brings out. Maybe because she likes it a little too much.