Thursday, November 15, 2012

Sweet St. Lucia Review

Sweet St. Lucia: An Erotic Island Affair by B.J. Cherry
Book Info:
The genre: erotic romance.
Word count: about 15,800
You can buy your copy from Amazon for $0.99

When Molly Shutter travels to St. Lucia with her husband Paul, it is more of a business trip than a lover’s vacation.
Paul had fallen in love with the island whilst there on their honeymoon twenty years ago.
He has now bought a small resort on the island with intentions of expanding it.
Molly is left lonely in her room and finds comfort in the arms of another man – David, a sensual young waiter, who caters to her every need.
His rich accent puts her in a trance and his spicy island flair is hard to miss.
Her nights with David are hot and sensual.
He takes her to new heights and soon, Molly begins to feel that maybe this is the end of her tremulous marriage.
In a whirlwind of events, Molly Shutter finds herself wrapped up in a relationship filled with lust, love, lies and deceit. It is an exotic island affair that leaves everyone speechless, including Molly.

My Thoughts:
I received this book free for a honest review.

Well Sweet St. Lucia! A Lot happens in a short amount of time. This book is definitely full of passion, emotions, and two different men.

Warning if you do not approve of cheating, no matter the circumstances I would not suggest reading this book.  

This story is told by Molly Shutter who's life is filled with constant sadness. She is married to a man more into his work than with what his wife, no matter the circumstances. When they are together he uses her for sex and then ignores her. When other members of the opposite sex even look in Molly's direction Paul becomes controlling and acts as if he owns Molly. Needless to say Molly is left feeling alone, unloved, and used. When they reach the island where Paul is to do business Molly is approached by a sexy man named David who works at the hotel. David and Molly are drawn to each other and Molly begins to feel things she's never felt before, not even with her husband. David continues to court Molly in private and Molly begins to feel everything she never felt with her husband. Love.

I have to say I am quite jealous. In a small amount of time Molly has sex and sexual encounters about five times. I have to say although I don't advocate cheating I have to say I didn't hate Molly when it happened. I felt really bad about the situation she was in and I liked how she realized that cheating on her husband wasn't going to change anything between her husband and her. Sweet St. Lucia I think is a lot about what a relationship is, and what a relationship isn't. Relationships rely on love from both parties as well as equal amounts of passion

The one thing that did bother me was what David says at the ending. I didn't really understand how and where his feeling had come from in two days. Seemed really unrealistic to me. 

Other than that if you are looking for a quick erotica to read, this is definitely the book for you. Overall, a great quick read with lots of emotions and passion filled in each page. Hope you enjoy and pick up a copy.

 Rating 3.5

1 comment:

  1. I notice that you are currently reading First Frost. I just finished it. Will be interested to see what you thought of it when you're done.

    Oh!! And the cover for Sweet St. Lucia - Hot! Hot! Hot!

    Marilyn @ Marilyn's Mystery Blog


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