Required Reading

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Saturday, September 27, 2014

Hotelles by Emma Mars

This is a romantic novel that is supposed to be titillating.  A young girl, working as an escort, is set to marry a wealthy man.  

The proposition that a brother would seduce his future sister-in-law is a bit of a stretch but that is the least of the stretching to be done.   Annabelle is introduced to a variety of kinkiness by Louie, her future brother-in-law in a hotel that is dedicated to historic hookers. 

I guess there is a market for books like this, look at the success of Fifty Shades.   Personally I found the book boring rather than titillating but I suspect the target market is not retired men but but lovelorn of any age may enjoy it. 

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