Sex level: 5
Menage: MFMMMMMM MFM
Length: 26k words /84 pages
Published By: Jenna Ives
Published on: December 23, 2011
ISBN # B006PW0O4Y
Author’s blog/website: www.jennaives.com
Goodreads: Jenna Ives
There is a reason why this story is in the erotica category… because it is hot!
I rarely read erotica. Most of the time I am not attracted with the titles or the covers. Totally superficial, I know. But when I read a title such “The fucking of…” or “Gang banged by…” something in me says I’d rather watch a porn movie. I completely understand that erotica is not into laces and half word but lets say that some title make me do a step back. And that sucks that I do because I am sure that I will find tons of great hot stories to read. For someone who is always complaining that the sex scenes are not original or dejà vu, I am convinced that reading erotica would please me… minus if the guys are cavemen and overly too crude.
Sex in my book is not one way. A woman is not a doll that you push and turn and slap and call her names. That is totally a turn off for me in a book. And I precise in a book because it takes a bit more effort to have a visual versus a porn movie so if something bother me in the description of a sex scene, my head will focus on it. A porn movie are just visual images that gives you immediate physical stimuli, no need to have sound or words. Anyway… that is the way I feel it. In a book, naughty words can be said, yes the sex can be intense and the guy dominant but the reverse is true too and if it is a BDSM relationship then I must feel the respect and the power of the submissive to use or not the safe word. So I guess the titles and the covers give the ton of the story. At least this is the way I see it.
As you can see the title and the cover of Snow White and her seven lovers is all about suggestion. I like it! Knowing that it is an erotica story, I felt as if the story was like a strip tease 🙂
This story is not a menage story or a gang bang story and this is maybe why I enjoyed it. Yes, there is a menage sex scene but only one. It is MF with one exception I would say. Therefore each MF relationship became special and the one woman for all made totally sense.
I LOVED all the sex scenes. I thought they were fresh and fun and could give a couple of ideas to many women reading it! lol
The only thing a bit lacking was the plot but considering it is an erotica story, it is very normal here. The snow white and the Goldilocks are so easy to use. Jenna Ives found a new way to play with this.
There are 2 things that I need to mention:
1/ playing bondage with real cops cuff hurts… a lot. So unless the lady is into sado maso, I think a padded pair of cuffs would be way nicer. ouch!
2/ this story could have been an erotic if Jenna Ives decided to fill the gap from hospital to decide to become the fuck girlfriend.
If anyone is curious to know what kind of sex scenes deserve a 5 stars in my reviews, read this. No I did not take my vibrator but I could totally relate to the heroine and have fun like that. mmm in fact some of those scenes are a bit familiar! lol
My conclusion? a must read. It is fun and once you start reading, you just cannot stop because you will spend a great time. I totally enjoyed my time here and look forward to read more about Jenna Ives!
What’s a girl to do when she wakes up poisoned in the ER and finds that she’s lost her memory, her family, and very nearly her life?
That was me. Three months ago. With no identity, no money, and nowhere to go on the day I was discharged from the hospital, I gratefully accepted my gorgeous ER doctor’s offer to move in with him and his equally gorgeous six friends – the ones who’d found me unconscious in an apple orchard. My plan was to stay until my memory returned, and I could figure out who I was and if someone really had tried to kill me.
Together with Doc, these were an amazingly diverse bunch of guys, but there was something about each of them that attracted me powerfully enough to want to explore it. The policeman with his clever handcuffs. The cunningly linguistic librarian. The disciplinarian teacher. The virgin computer whiz who loved to play sex games. The engineer who created shotgun orgasms. The wildly imaginative baker.
Becoming intimate with these seven men completed me in ways I suspected discovering my name never would. That is, until the fateful day a man showed up claiming to be my fiancé…
Jenna Ives and has the typical problem that affects a lot of modern authors — multiple personality disorder. She writes for several publishers under a variety of names, but mostly the reason is to keep her poor sainted mother (who used to read sweet Barbara Cartland romances) from having a heart attack over how sexy modern romances have become! And Jenna certainly DOES write sexy…
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