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Contemporary
Sexy Games
By Chrissy Dionne
Nov 4, 2008 - 7:02:20 AM

Despite her mother’s wishes Jenny Everly doesn’t have any interest in hooking up with her longtime friend Tom.  Their parents practically had the wedding announcements made out since Tom and Jenny were in nappies.  However, Tom’s sexual tastes are quite a bit different than Jenny’s and because of that alone they’re incompatible.


Since Jenny’s mother refuses to accept that Jenny and Tom are never going to become a couple she pushes them together every chance she gets.  The Baldwin’s Ruby Wedding celebration provides the perfect excuse to throw the ‘kids’ together but it isn’t Tom that Jenny’s got her eye on – it’s Tom’s friend Basil ‘Baz’ Wallace.

 

Baz and Jenny initially meet when she visits his parents’ house to drop off the baked goods her mother prepared for the party.  The attraction is immediate but Jenny’s a bit worried that Baz’s sexual tastes are similar to Tom and there’s just no way she’s into spanking a man.  Baz turns up the charm and by the time the party’s underway the sexual tension between them is undeniable.  Maybe that’s why Jenny takes a calculated risk and leaves the party with him for a torrid encounter. 

 

Jenny’s afraid that Baz could be interested in just a one time fling and after their tryst she can’t stop thinking about him.  Baz is into kink but not spanking… he enjoys being dominant and bondage.  Will Jenny discover that she enjoys Baz’s loving enough to give their relationship a chance?

 

SEXY GAMES is told with a decidedly British flare that makes the entire storyline appealing in a unique way.  There’s something very sexy in the English accent that I find appealing and with the sorts of games Jenny and Baz are playing it’s highly arousing.  Madeleine Oh brings these characters to life so that readers are able to care about them and revel in their sexual exploits.



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