Saturday, 14 November 2015

Review - Tryst by S.L. Jennings


Title: Tryst
Series: Sexual Education #2
Author: S.L. Jennings
Release Date: November 10, 2015


My name is Heidi DuCane. I might seem like your average happily married woman with average desires. But don’t let looks fool you. I have needs that are begging to be satisfied. So what do I want more than anything else?

I want my most secret fantasy fulfilled.

Have I got your interest now? Are you wondering what my most illicit, dark fantasy involves?

I want my husband, Tucker, to watch while another man brings me to pleasure.

While I do love Tucker, I’ve always suspected there’s much more out there waiting for me to explore. And my hunch was proven when I met rock superstar Ransom Reed—every woman’s wet dream. I would’ve been insane not to take him up on his offer to share one wild night with him . . . and Tucker. The sex was mind-blowing! And Tucker enjoyed himself as much as I did. But here’s the catch.

The sex was so good that one night wasn’t enough.

Neither Tucker nor I can stop thinking about that scorching-hot night. My husband loves me so much that he’ll do anything to please me—including helping me reach staggering heights of ecstasy with another man. But it wasn’t just the sex that was enticing. I felt something come alive in me, and I felt so deliciously satisfied and loved by both men. Now that Tucker and Ransom have made my most forbidden fantasies come true,
I’ve learned an important lesson.

I can never go back to the way things were before. . . .






I absolutely loved this sequel to Taint! It was an ugly cry with a side of panties optional. I've never been so turned on while crying hysterically. 

It has been a long time since I have been this emotionally invested in a book. Only S.L. Jennings can bring you to your knees, having you pray that the heartache will end, while you simultaneously need it to keep going as much as the air you breath. It was a horrible, awful, wonderful bliss. The book hangover you have will be worse than that last tequila binge you went on, but every ache and pain will be worth it. 

This book, Tryst, was more than just a book. It was love, heartache and addiction. It was life, is life and will continue to be life. That's a pretty epic testimony to the greatness of words. 
~ Review by Kelly





S.L. Jennings is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary and paranormal romance, reality TV junkie, obsessive coffee drinker, and collector of crazy.



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