Sunday, May 6, 2012

Intimate Exposure by Portia Da Costa

Intimate Exposure ~ Portia Da Costa

This is an adult erotica novel (Rated NC-17)

3.5 out of 5 stars

Book Summary

From the moment Red Webster arrived at executive Vicki Renard's firm, sparks flew between them. The photographer is supposed to create a company profile for its new owner, but he spends most of his time flirting with her. His sexy teasing infuriates Vicki...and piques a desire to submit to him. His hypnotic eyes promise what she's been secretly craving: a sexually dominant master, like the ones in her favorite erotic novels.

Investigating his new business incognito, billionaire F. W. Shanley--aka Red--is turned on by Vicki's fiery personality and undeniable beauty. When he discovers her reading a BDSM novel on her eReader, he knows he's found a woman who shares his desires and promises to be a challenging submissive.

When Red arranges a weekend at a secluded hotel, Vicki agrees to indulge in no-strings-attached erotic fun. But can she commit to this kind of life with Red when he realizes they can have so much more?

My Review

This story starts off innocently enough. In fact I think the story is more a play off of The Story of O than it is about Fifty Shades of Grey.

You know I’m not about spoilers, but I think the reader should be warned that this book dives into pain for pleasure which I didn’t find true in Fifty Shades of Grey. Enough comparisons as the only other is weathly man into BDSM. Our guy doesn’t have issues unless you count the fact he gets off on delivering pain, lol. I must say I’m not into pain, but the story still radiated a lot of heat despite that.

This is a medium-length novel and just when I thought I was becoming uninterested in the book, things picked up. Besides the pain, my biggest turn off for this book was the insta-love.  And with the length, I couldn't see a way around it.  But it can't be ignored either.

So, if you are curious about BDSM from reading Fifty Shades, you can try this to get a different perspective. It’s a shorter novel so it doesn’t totally dive into the lifestyle but it gives you a different side of it.

My book boyfriend Red.

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