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What She Needs Paperback – Bargain Price, November 3, 2009
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About the Author
Lacey Alexander is a pseudonym for a RITA finalist. She resides in the Midwest with her husband, and when not penning romantic erotica, she enjoys studying history and traveling, often incorporating favorite destinations into her work.
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Top Customer Reviews
When she met Brent Powers, she felt the electricity between them immediately. He was part owner of the resort and her designated guide at the Hotel Erotique. Jen had planned on turning down the activities at the hotel, but after meeting Brent, she changed her mind. He had her wanting anything and everything he to offer her.
This was a contrived flimsy plot, and should have been short stories about sexual fantasies because the writing was too weak for a book. There are several mechanical sexual encounters between Jen and Brent, and well as several group scenes. It isn't disclosed in the description, but there are f/f interludes as well as m/m. The story is lacking in almost every way, and no emotional content to speak of either. Don't waste your time.
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
“‘The way I see it,’ he said, ‘is that wherever you go, you’re still you. Some places allow a person to…find new parts of themselves. Yet…new is not the right way to say it—no—because I believe all the parts were already there. So I should say that some places allow a person to…release parts of themselves.’” (Paperback, pg. 270)
This was a very, very good book. It was hot, and sweet, with a lot of sex but also a lot of character development.
Jenna wins a stay at a sex get-away, but she doesn’t want to go. And then she decides she’ll go, but forgo the sex part. Her guide Brent, though, convinces her to go through with all of it.
I liked how Jenna slowly came around to the things around her, and her own feelings about sex. Before, she wasn’t a big fan of sex, or at least she didn’t care that she didn't have very much of it. She thought that was fine. And then she has some really good, sometimes kinky, sex, and realizes that she does likes it. At first, she’s really reluctant, but I like her progression toward accepting her feelings about it.
Her growing relationship with Brent was really nice, too. I liked her revelation that she liked sex, and she even like it kinky, but that she still needed the closeness of someone special. There was a lot of kinky, exciting sex, (there was some roleplay, light spanking, orgy, male on male, to give an idea) but there was also a lot of sweet, tender moments between her and Brent, and I really liked those. Their relationship felt realistic and believable, and honest. It worked really well for both of them.
I really enjoyed this book. It was hot, tender, sweet, fun. I will definitely be picking up another of Alexander’s books when I get the chance.
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