on May 13, 2013
First thing to say, this is smut, do not look for anything more and you will enjoy that short story.
I have read Sasha Sparks's previous book "Me & Colette and the Epic Shower" that I really loved. This story is totally different from the first one and that's a good thing, because nobody wants to pay twice for the same thing.
Although this a a short story, you will love how sex scenes are told, not only because they are pretty hot, but also because you will dive into the main character's mind and see how her thoughts evolve to end in some kind of silliness. This madness is accentuated by the two different points of view that the author chose in order to write the story, switching from one to the other as Angela seems to lose control little by little.
The only thing that I find missing is the explanation about why Angela begins to play in the first place at the very beginning of the book. But again, this story is not about psychology, it is smut. And it is good.