Held hostage by the infamous Trimarchi brothers, Fiona Sheldon and her friend Bethany must submit to the Italians' sophisticated desires while her husband Duncan attempts to find the money he owes the captors. But Duncan is more concerned to free his mistress Bethany than his quiet wife....
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Fiona's Fate Reviews
I read other work by Fredrica and was eager to read more.I realised as I read this book, that group relationships, or sexual sharing is not for me. My natural respond is 'this guys junk is mine, you touch it you die'. But I enjoy the sex scenes, from different views, allowing the reader to get a mixed prospective.I also gathered from the books by Fredrice Alleyn, I have read, that the female tends to need help expressing her sexual side; as she hasn't had to opportunity or the right teacher to help her.Fiona is a woman in a loveless marriage, with terribly rough and humiliating sex. I'm glad the Trimarchi family was able to take her under the wing and give her a chance to learn and receive pleasure, however I hope Duncan's dick and testicles shrivel and fall off. Bethany is bound to get an STD.Also, I know it's me being technical, but does no one ever look at the fact that "NO one EVER USES CONDOMS - THE STD, THE GERMS, THE PREGNANCY RISK" - The Horror ;)I'm sorry, but I find this irritating in books, as I feel like the chancing of someone getting preggers is HIGH and She never has her period, or it isn't mentioned. These are some amazing science defying woman. :D
Not sure if romantica counts as romance, but find I've made more and more labels so don't really want to make more. No book really benefits from being read with long breaks in between, and this one got left behind while I was out of town. In the black lace genre this is pretty good - so far I've enjoyed the Fredrica Alleyns I've read. Black Lace with a bit of a plot, need I say more?
A great dark romance. It has been a whie since I've read one this interesting. But it might just be me.