Overdue for Pleasure
By Shelley Aikens
Mandy is content with her job as a librarian, her longtime boyfriend, Martin, and the lovely home they share. So what if their sex life is vanilla? She’s not the wild type anyway.
But when she wakes up one morning unsatisfied from an erotic dream starring her favorite movie star, Mandy starts to crave sexual adventure in real life. Too bad Martin won’t oblige, because it’s not Tuesday or Friday. Then Mandy finds out what Martin’s been doing the other days of the week or rather, who. And suddenly she needs to prove to herself that she’s not boring in bed.
Fortunately, there is no shortage of smoking-hot men willing to help her on her sensual quest: a nameless library patron who could be Brad Pitt’s twin, a coworker she suddenly sees in a different light, and the neighbor who usually rubs her the wrong way wants to show her he can rub her the oh-so-right way, too! Lucky for Mandy, her lovers are more than willing to share.
This Blonde’s Review:
Mandy is the imagine of the nice girl librarian who settles for what her vanilla boyfriend is willing to give. Until she starts to have erotic dreams that leave her unsatisfied. When she finds out that the vanilla in her boyfriend’s sex life is being saved for her while he spends other days with another woman Mandy is done. Losing the vanilla in her life leads to Mandy letting her sexual desires free. The title for this one is very fitting since Mandy is definitely a woman who has been overdue for pleasure.
Mandy awakens sexually and starts to experiment much faster than you’d expect from a woman who has led such a vanilla lifestyle for so long. After having so many erotic dreams about Brad Pitt it makes sense that she’d be quicker to succumb to a lookalike who wants to give her no strings pleasure.
I don’t want to give away all of what she does, because it’s hotter to read about it as it happens, but there are many common fantasies thrown into this one story. There are plenty of times when Mandy is uncertain and seems to go along with what the men want, which can be a turn off for some women. I believe that in Mandy’s case the man making the decisions and deciding he wants her was part of the turn on for her and a woman who is interested in dominant males would find the way Mandy does things more erotic than one who prefers equal or dominate footing herself.
Even though many of the fantasy scenarios Mandy finds herself in happen quickly or right after each other I think that Shelley Aikens did a fantastic job of making the book flow and still be erotic instead of too busy. This book is erotic with a little romance instead of romantic erotica. Shelley Aikens is an author I’ll look for if I’m in the mood for something hot in the future.
If you enjoy erotic stories full of dominant men leading a woman through her every fantasy then you’ll love this one.