Club Fantasy

Club Fantasy At the Eros Hotel any fantasy can become real all forbidden longings satisfied without question It s a place to lose your inhibitions and just possibly to find whatever you desire most In this delic

  • Title: Club Fantasy
  • Author: Joan Elizabeth Lloyd
  • ISBN: 9780758206794
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • At the Eros Hotel, any fantasy can become real, all forbidden longings satisfied without question It s a place to lose your inhibitions and just possibly to find whatever you desire most In this deliciously sensual novel, Joan Elizabeth Lloyd introduces Jenna and Marcy Bryant, identical twins who are very different in their longings, and reveals the secret heart of twoAt the Eros Hotel, any fantasy can become real, all forbidden longings satisfied without question It s a place to lose your inhibitions and just possibly to find whatever you desire most In this deliciously sensual novel, Joan Elizabeth Lloyd introduces Jenna and Marcy Bryant, identical twins who are very different in their longings, and reveals the secret heart of two sisters on the verge of an awakening She Knows What She Wants Jenna Bryant has always been the free spirit while her twin sister Marcy is the careful planner Now, she has the sort of life Marcy and most women dream of a marriage proposal from her steady, reliable attorney boyfriend, Glen But the house with the white picket fence isn t for Jenna Instead, she wants the chance to explore the cravings she s never indulged, and when she gets an offer to stay at a friend s brownstone in New York City, she jumps at the opportunity And She Knows How To Get It Leaving behind her sister and her boyfriend, Jenna is soon reveling in the Manhattan party scene, discovering hidden talents she never knew she possessed It s Jenna s idea to turn the innocent looking brownstone into the Eros Hotel, a sexual fantasyland that caters to the deepest yearnings of the men and women willing to pay the price for their anything goes indulgences Learning how to satisfy the intimate desires of so many exotic, tantalizing people frees Jenna in a way she never could have predicted But when Glen pays a visit, Jenna must choose between the business and the life he offers

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    1. 3 Platypires for Club Fantasy by Joan Elizabeth Llyod I picked this book up a while back and only finally got around to reading it. My first thought that it was a tad dated and that is when I realized that it was published in 2004. Therefore there are references to video stores and landline phones but its still readable. I did like the story and the sex scenes but I feel the characters needed more development. There wasn't much keeping me rooted to their stories. I didn't connect with the charac [...]

    2. I would gave this book 4 stars, but literally the last two pages are so stupid, that it ruined the whole thing for me. Plus the relationship between the two twins is not believeable and Glen is just Give me a break. But the sex scenes are nice. Very nice. All in all - Club Fantasy is something to read when you are unable of doing anything else or hadn't had "it" for some time. Or both.

    3. This was the first book I read of Joan Elizabeth Lloyd's. I have read Fifty Shades of Gray by E L James. I find Lloyd's much better written!!! They make a woman wet. I loved the twin issues. I loved the way Jenna went to NYC and learned so much about herself. I look forward to reading the book about Marcy writing

    4. Portions of the dialogue, particularly at the beginning of the book, seem both forced and contrived. The connection between Jenna and Glen was ultimately not believable. However, the sexy parts were interesting and creative.

    5. A good erotic novel about a woman who leaves her regular life to explore her sexual desires and those of other men by establishing a club where all fantasies come true.

    6. Lloyd is defintely one of the most sex positive authors I've read. I'm not sure I agree with all of the opinions expressed in her work, but I'm always in favor of less sexual repression.

    7. It was a nice quick read I would have liked more plot or something it was fluff, but sometimes you need fluff I huess.

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