Good Sisters Share

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Ava Greenwood is worried about her sister’s marriage, there are more fighting noises and less happy noises coming down the hall. Ava is convinced this is the answer to all everyone’s problems, including her own frustration with finding a decent partner.
Justin loves his wife and children. His sister-in-law has offered to relieve his tension, but that’s a terrible idea. Right? More

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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » Erotic
  • Words: 41,900
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781310147395
About Asrai Devin

Asrai started writing romantic, erotic fiction as a young woman while she fantasized about all the boys who would never give her the time of day. When she finished her NaNoWriMo project of 2008, she decided to share it with the world- her first novel length fiction. She also writes short erotic fiction for her blog Smut and the Dirty Girl. She likes to watch her husband cheer on the Calgary Flames while she comes up with her next fantasy situation to turn her on.

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Review by: Adrien Sebbane on April 2, 2017 :
While reading the book, I was struck by a unique mix of sexy situations that were all set in a realistic context.

I have read many erotica stories and this is probably the first time that descriptions felt so natural. They are not giving too many details thus letting enough room for imagination. Yet they focus on some details that make each chapter and each situation relatable. When reading the book I was not thinking "this is like a porn movie" but rather "this could be happening to me".

I want to make things clear however: this is not literary porn because characters have depth and they grow along the story. Nor is this soft romance because the content is hot.

"Good Sister Share" is about sex lives of different people each one trying to get by and find a place that suits them. Plus the light "taboo-touch" spices things up a little bit.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
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