Fantasyland

Posted on June 19, 2008. Filed under: Romance | Tags: , |

Fantasyland by Michele Bardsley

From the back of the book:

Take a hedonistic holiday….

There’s only one place to go for an erotic vacation: Fantasyland. Just off the Florida Keys, the chain of exotically themed islands offers the perfect setting for guests to act out their wildest desires.

Looking for you own pirate of the Caribbean? Then check out the island where bawdy buccaneers roam the shores in search of booty.

Do you like to watch? An exhibitionist isle caters to guests who like to let their hair down, shed their inhibitions, and offer a seductive feast for the eyes.

There;s the island where you can be treated like a princess – or a servant. Let a man sweep you off your feet….before he grovels at them, that is. Or give yourself, body and soul, to a man whose only goal is to bring you exquisite pleasure, at the place and time of his choosing.

And blindfolds are the dress code on an isle where every partner is a surprise, and you can become anyone you want to be…with anyone you want.

Some resorts promise you the vacation of your dreams. Fantasyland delivers.

This book is hot, hot, hot. There are 5 novellas each with a different kink. My favorite was “Pirate’s Pursuit”. This is very different form Michele Bardsley’s Broken Heart Vampires. If you don’t like erotic romance then don’t read this book. Each story is well done, and not overly graphic. There is some vulgar language, but it adds to the excitement of the story. Go here to read an excerpt from “Pirate’s Pursuit”.

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