Review of Soft Sounds of Pleasure by Eden Connor
Eden Connor certainly doesn’t waste any time getting right into the nitty gritty in Soft Sounds of Pleasure. As far as cougar tales go this one is pretty steamy. Our hero has quite a crush on the older heroine and has from the first moment he saw her at least 10 years ago. So when he walks up on her sunbathing on her private deck he is elated to accept her invitation to knock boots. Yatzee!! I was entertained from the very beginning. Some of the love scenes were a little cheesy… “Yea baby suck me” and “I wanna f*** your boobs” literally made me laugh out loud. I would classify this read as entertaining and fun. The setbacks? Everything just played out a little too perfectly. There was quite a bit of coincidence and nothing really exceptional happened. While I did enjoy this read it definitely doesn’t make my list of favorites. One that did? On the Island by Tracey Garvis Graves. The story totally blew me away; I absolutely loved it. Soft Sounds of Pleasure doesn’t quite measure up. The bottom line? So much better than those cheesy Harem Romance novels, but not something I would pick up and read again.
Lila Walker has batted lead-off in Colton De Marco’s fantasies for years, and now that he’s stumbled upon her sunbathing in the nude, he decides to take his best swing.
Coping with her ogre-in-law, her inability to collect her late husband’s life insurance, and the knowledge the entire town’s counting the days she wears widow’s weeds, Lila decides some between-the-sheets batting practice is just the distraction she needs–even if their sexy scrimmage won’t last the summer.
But is she missing Colton’s signals that he’s in it to win it? And can Colton knock it out of the park with the attractive widow before his thirteen-year-old nephew’s foul attitude gets him thrown out of the game?
Title: Soft Sounds of Pleasure
Author: Eden Connor
Genre: Contemporary, Erotica
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Release Date: June 8, 2012
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