Review: South Seas Seduction by Anita Kidesu

South Seas Seduction by Anita Kidesu
Release Date:  March 13, 2015
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Pages: 312
Source: book provided by the author for review

 

 

Sheltered all her life as the daughter of an ambassador, Emma Labonte boards a small plane on a trip from Australia. One hijacking and a plane crash later, she finds herself on a deserted island and stranded with three different yet equally sexy men. With no hope for rescue, the four begin to carve a semblance of a life in their tropical setting. Closeness breeds curiosity, and naive Emma begins to wonder what it would be like to be loved by these three men. The adventurer Jack, Toby the intelligent doctor, and shy English professor Steve–each carve a special place in her heart.

When her three men launch seduction in the South Seas, how can she resist?

 

Review:  From the first page onward, I was captivated by the setting and the emotion. Emma has had a rough start on the plane but the three men work together and communicate how to take care of her. I thought that was a fantasy I liked: three men tending to your every need. And they are sexy! I am not usually a fan of erotica because I want to focus on the love between the characters and yet this one, I loved it a lot. This is one book I would read again or keep on my shelf. Or this might even lead me to love erotica, I am not sure.

The author tastefully uses the sexy talk and therefore it blends within the story without it sounding like a porn show. I liked how she makes the characters have emotions and it sounds like Emma and the three men are just a normal couple. I believed the relationship more than some of the other erotica stories because their stuck on an island and have to survive as a team.

Even more, it wasn’t a long story, but the ending didn’t feel rushed and the pacing was great, because you could read it and not feel like mid story the author just wanted to finish it.  I also enjoyed how the author regularly mentions in chapters they have been stuck on the island so you get a sense of timing and know the characters aren’t going to do the physical aspect after one day.

This was a well written short erotica and I would be curious to read more of the author’s work.

 

colantha sig

 

 

 

 






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