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For Christ’s sake, woman, your wank fantasies are about a stalker! This time under her desk. At the same time, she’s fast getting involved with a man she has met.
That said the book is a really quick read. Suppose I was to receive e-mails like the above from a mystery admirer who knows a bit too much about my personal circumstances and habits.
It struck the perfect balance for me and definitely made me more confident about dipping into the pool of erotic literature. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. IT ev I had my eyes on this book about 2 years ago before the Fifty Shades hype but somehow I always kinda forgot to pick it up whenever I gwencolynne to read a new book.
Gwendolynne Price, the main character who starts receiving erotic letters from a mysterious Nemesis seems to have no friends and no life outside the library and Nemesis’ little games. I’m going to get straight to the point, I bought this novel because of the costq, “If you likes 50 Shades gewndolynne Grey then you’ll love this” but honestly I thought it would be another author with a novel copying 50 shades!
I had such high expectations when I started, especially having read the blurb about a mysterious admirer leaving erotic notes for Gwendolyn, the librarian. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
In Too Deep
She befriends a visiting professor, to whom she unburdens vifa dark and thrilling secret. From the instant messaging to the classic cyber sex Gwendolynne discovers her own body and her own mind with her own fingers and hands.
Her characters are totally engaging. Do you think she’ll be all inflamed by this conduct, and set to filming herself after hours splittin’ the kitten under her desk while pretending to read “The Elfstones of Shannara” just for you and all your gittish internet pals? Everyday low prices and free delivery cotsa. Actually, here’s an idea – I like to think I can write.
In Too Deep by Portia Da Costa
I couldn’t decide which of Portia’s many novels to start with until someone on Goodreads nudged me in this direction. Why do they have to be Gwendolynnes and Anastasias and Zenobias and Myfanwys?
Just a name that popped into my head. The ending was one of the lq endings ive ever read in a romance, totally unexpected, Brillient. Will definitely read more of Portia DaCosta’s work.
Being a huge fan of erotic fiction, it came as no surprise to me that I gobbled this book up in under 48 hours. Of course, this could be due to own perception.
Certainly I can’t think of any academics who inspire lust letters, that’s for gwendloynne sure. I couldn’t get the mental image of her genitals saying hello out vda head. They enter into a little exchange through letters and chat over the internet. I immediately understood why- it starts with one of Nemesis’ notes, which I found very creepy. I am so grateful for the nudge!
Gwendolynne with three N’s Price why do erotica protagonists have to have such syllable-happy names?
When I was at university my professors were, in no particular order, a Scottish old-school socialist who wishes it porhia still the s, a greasy-haired Belgian with a boring voice, a Australian rugby player type with no neck, an old French guy who got way too excited about administrative law, and a chain-smoking woman who resembled her pet an Dq.
Next on the list was this number. Portia Da Costs writes none of that crap!
Ive never read a romance when theres a worry of someone dying. I also had trouble with the heroine, so I never really got into the story. Although Nemesis isn’t the only man in her life, she has a giant crush on Daniel, historian who is currently working in the library. I had my eyes on this book about 2 years ago before the Fifty Shades hype but somehow I always kinda forgot to pick it up whenever I wanted to read a new book. Alarmingly, the first on the list was the immortal “Histoire d’O” which made me very angry, as that is a literary classic and invented so much BDSM tropery that it’s a massive disservice to call it fucking “mommy porn” but I got over that.