Outlaw Lover The pirates live by rules that Fee Cambridge has never heard of Her home is an upper level deluxe pleasuredome of technologically advanced comfort Theirs is the harsh outer reaches of the decaying ci

  • Title: Outlaw Lover
  • Author: Saskia Hope
  • ISBN: 9780352329097
  • Page: 363
  • Format: None
  • The pirates live by rules that Fee Cambridge has never heard of Her home is an upper level, deluxe pleasuredome of technologically advanced comfort Theirs is the harsh outer reaches of the decaying city, where lawlessness abounds in a sexual underworld Bored with her predictable husband and pampered lifestyle, Fee is determined to sample life and lust on the wild side oThe pirates live by rules that Fee Cambridge has never heard of Her home is an upper level, deluxe pleasuredome of technologically advanced comfort Theirs is the harsh outer reaches of the decaying city, where lawlessness abounds in a sexual underworld Bored with her predictable husband and pampered lifestyle, Fee is determined to sample life and lust on the wild side of town Needy for the rugged sexuality of urban outlaws, she leads a double life of piracy and privilege Will her taste for fevered adventure and shady activities plunge her too deeply into danger

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      Published :2018-04-09T14:55:00+00:00

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    1. Contemporary erotica blending sci-fi with run-of-the-Mills&Boons pirate romance. The books starts off fresh and contemporary, providing a variety of experiences as the heroine gradually develops a pansexual appetite, despite occasional regressions into sterotypes of the pulp romance genre. If you can forgive the instances where Fee's femininity overrides credibility (she daringly breaks the law and several taboos, yet becomes emotional putty in the hands of a dominant male) the story manages [...]

    2. Here as a ring. Not the best black lace I've ever read - maybe I'm growing out of them? Lots of encounters but no real empathy for any of the characters who all seem fairly one-dimensional and unpleasant. Janine is perhaps the only exception, at a pinch.

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