Monday, March 2, 2015

Sin at Sea Review


When Alysin surprised her boyfriend at work with dinner, the surprise was on her. Since he was going at it with his secretary on the conference table, she packed a bag and called her BFF. Jolie and Alysin have been traveling the country, working as digital nomads for ten years, ever since graduation. Taking this as a sign it was time for a new move, they decide to take a cruise, regroup, and make a plan. Then she meets Mr. Bedroom Eyes. Following her lead, they pretend to be married so she can rid herself of the guy who started hitting on her before the boat left the dock. Though it’s supposed to be a momentary arrangement, he asks her to take it one step farther. Then another and another. The cruise promises to be memorable in every way that matters. Along the way, Alysin learns she won't have to fake an orgasm if she's with someone who knows what to do, that not all men suck but the best ones suck really well, and that sometimes what starts out as something pretend can fast become something completely real. Will the woman who lives life with no regrets, regret that she made that stupid rule about not exchanging names and contact info? 
**Content Warning: this book contains adult language and sexual (f/f) situations. This book is intended for 18+ **


This is the perfect book to read in the middle of a snowstorm outside. Alysin finds her boyfriend in a compromising situation. Having spent most of her adult life traveling from place to place with her best friend, she takes it as a sign that it is time to move. With her friend Jolie they decide to think about their options while on a cruise. What could go wrong right?
When Alysin is hit on, she runs into Mr. Bedroom Eyes. Mr Eyes not only looks good, but he knows what to do with a woman in the bedroom, that won't have her reaching for the vibrator later.
The love scenes were hot, including the f/f ones. 
If you are looking to take a warm mental vacation away from the snow and ice go and grab your copy of Sin at Sea.

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