This is an interesting series call The Pleasure Club, where people can pay to have their fantasies fulfilled. It’s a good place for the main characters, Jared and Lance, to live out some of their kinkier needs with willing participants. The blurb for the story called Jared and Lance Doms, and while I can probably say they are, this isn’t a BDSM book.
Dana has several fantasies she submits, but we never learn why she does this or much about her other fantasies. When she gets there she is greeted by James. James is her “boss” and they are having a clandestine affair on his yacht. When they get to the point of making love, pirates Jared and Lance invade and take over the sexual situation, taking Dana hostage or so we think. This is an incredibly short story so there is not much suspense. They make James have sex with her while he is bound, then they take Dana with them to their own ship.
When they get their own ship, the wallow in the money they “stole” from James and we learn Dana is their “accomplice” They celebrate in a M/F/M party. And then the next morning all of the guys are gone and Dana leaves knowing her fantasy has been fulfilled.
No depth to the story. Just jumps right into the fantasy. I would have loved to have known why Dana wanted this and what other fantasies she had. Then also, when its all over…is it really all over? They aren’t supposed to meet up, but do they? While this was packed with action for a 32 page book, I do have to complain that $2.99 for 32 pages is WAY over priced. I went against all my buying policies to read this one.
Despite all of my questions, I found this to be a interesting story line for such a short story. Nothing fancy, but ohh so hot!
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