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Suite Seventeen (Black Lace) Mass Market Paperback – International Edition, April 22, 2010
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of Annie and Valentino and Mr. Stone and Maria is provided in yet another fine Portia Da Costa work entitled "In Too Deep."
This is a simply wonderful book. I found the characters very interesting, and thought that the author did a great job of making them wilder and larger-than-life, without making them wholly unbelievable. The sex is hot and heavy with a hard kinkiness - and yet, the author again keeps from going to far. For example, lesbian encounters are flirted with but never fulfilled, while the BDSM scenes are hot but never go over-the-top. And finally, I really liked the ending. Annie does not become a mindless sex-slave, but actually transfigures through the BDSM to become her own in-charge woman.
What can I say, it's a great book. Hot and sexy, but ultimately loving and fulfilling.
(Review of Suite Seventeen by Portia Da Costa)
Suite Seventeen is an engaging and serious look at a woman, growing older and finding herself sexually. Suite Seventeen is a wonderful book for sitting down for an evening or an afternoon even, just to relax and enjoy. Afterwards the reader finds themselves looking at their own selves and reevaluating their thoughts and feelings on the subject of their inner self. Suite Seventeen is not your normal romance; it is more of a finding yourself romance than a couple romance.
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The story is told in the first person by Anne, a recently widowed woman in her mid 40s. She visits the Waverly hotel to meet someone who does not show. While waiting there, she is mezmerized by a georgous man dressed as a woman. He calls himself Valentina. They speak briefly and Anne is drawn to him. As she is waiting for a taxi to go home, she sees Valentina dressed in jeans with no shirt, walking into the nearby woods, now calling himself Valentino. She follows him. They have sex in the woods. The next night, she returns to the same hotel for dinner with her investment advisor Charles. Valentina is there again dressed as a woman and tells Anne she should have sex with Charles in a room with cameras. Some other oddities occur during that night with Valentino as well. The next day Anne returns to the hotel to discuss her bill and has another encounter with Valentino, who is dressed in a business suit, wearing glasses and going by the name Signor Guidetti, the hotel manager.
The insecure feeling occurs because Valentino has never asked Anne out or initiated their meetings. Anne is the one going to him each day. He responds with kinky sex, but she doesn't know if he likes her, wants her or what he thinks about her.Read more ›