“I have recently decided that reading the occasional erotica is enjoyable. I read America's Darlings by Gail Bridges not long ago and thought that I would give this book a try as well since I enjoyed the other one. This story is all about a newly wed couple on their honeymoon. Josh found an advertisement for this special inn that was reasonably priced, all meals included, just off the beach...It sounded pretty amazing. Even the part of the ad that sounded like couples who went there could learn to enhance their physical relationship with one another through inn-offered "perks". The perks were not described in details, but nothing in the ad made it sound like he and his bride would have to do anything they didn't want to do. So after the wedding, they drive several hours to this inn, where Josh promptly has a bad feeling about it, but Angela thinks the place is worth trying. The get to sleep in a tower, a dream come true for her. Things are strange right from the start with the innkeeper being a little more touchy feely than he should have been. He really just seemed like a pervert to me honestly. They ignore him and continue their first evening in marital bliss.
The first full day as husband and wife though starts their "lessons" which include bringing another man into the bedroom. This is the point where I am thinking "if he is just there to instruct them on techniques, it might be ok." When he joins into the experience, I became concerned. I worried what the rest of the book would be like. I find it hard to believe that a straight laced newly married couple would be ok with a stranger in their bed on day one of their honeymoon. It turns out that everyone staying at the inn are newly wed couples, all learning things they never knew they could learn. I admit, it's very interesting to read about some of the techniques, but mostly there isn't enough detail for you to be able to replicate these things at home. I am not going to tell you what these couples go through, but from the book description, you can tell that it isn't all done as completely consenting adults since there's a demon messing with all their heads. I think that this book is probably great for experienced erotica readers, but for me, I really didn't like what these couples did with their brand new spouses' knowledge. I also wasn't crazy with what is hinted at in the end of the book.
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