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Montego Lay by Helen Hardt
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Montego Lay

by Helen Hardt

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Montego Lay is about two friends who visit a hedonist resort in Jamaica. Lisa is no prude but when she accompanies her friend, Bailey, to a resort which caters to the erotic whims of their guests, the resort might be more than Lisa bargains for. Her first experience with bondage awakes a desire for exhibitionism and submission she didn’t realize she possessed. The course’s instructor Ace, is not only skilled with his hands but his eyes hold promises of the passion Lisa wants but is too timid to initiate. Her attraction for the gorgeous, dreadlocked instructor does not go away with the end of their session and Lisa finds herself fantasizing about Ace tying her up and completing what he started. On a resort like Pleasure Cove Resort, fantasies become reality every day and every night and when Ace takes Lisa (pun intended) on the warm sand and under starry skies, she experiences a night of pure, pleasurably sexual domination. No one falls in love but there’s enough lust to make everyone happy.

Montego Lay by Helen Hardt is a short, erotic story that doesn’t conclude with a satisfying ending of two people in love walking off into the sunset so to speak but let’s just say there isn’t a broken heart at the end either. Lisa Brooks, the heroine, gets exactly what she wants; a chance to sample the prowess of the dark, nubile instructor who she knows can show her things she’s only dreamt of. And, this is exactly what she gets. Montego Lay is a very sensual story with some really eye opening sex scenes. It is not for the faint of heart and the story definitely is an urge stirring and dare I say rather educational read. Montego Layfeatures interracial couples who prove that color is just that and chemistry occurs in all shades. Montego Lay is a fun read, and who needs romance all the time? Sometimes it’s all about the good stuff and there’s plenty of that here. Enjoy!

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  AReCafe | Apr 24, 2013 |
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