Monday, 23 July 2012

Under Mr Nolan's Bed (Revised) by Selena Kitt

This book is for over 18s only!

Title; Under Mr Nolan's Bed

Author; Selena Kitt

Would I read anything else by this author? I'd like to try another Selena Kitt book, yes.

Publisher; CreateSpace (Self Published)

Publication Date; June 8th 2011

Series; Stand Alone Book

Can it stand alone? Of course it can, it's a stand alone book.

Description; Leah and Erica have been best friends and have gone to the same Catholic school since just about forever. Leah spends so much time with the Nolans—just Erica and her handsome stepfather now, since Erica’s mother died—that she’s practically part of the family. When the girls find something naughty under Mr. Nolan’s bed, their strict, repressive upbringing makes it all the more exciting as they begin their sexual experimentation. Leah’s exploration presses deeper, and eventually she finds herself in love for the first time, torn between her best friend and her best friend’s stepfather. 


This title contains erotic situations, lesbian sex, sex toys, some very naughty stepfather/stepdaughter incest and also makes mention of pornography, salmon, amusement parks, chocolate covered strawberries, brownies (as well as girl scouts), plaid skirts, naughty uses for confessionals and some sacrilegious humor.

Excerpt (You will find this on most sites);  “I saw you, Mr. Nolan.”

His jaw dropped and he looked at me, incredulous. “Saw me?”

“The night you came into the bathroom. Do you remember that?”

Glancing at him, I saw him nod, his face pale again.

“I watched you,” I admitted, my voice almost a whisper. “Touching yourself.”

“Oh Christ,” he whispered, closing his eyes.

“I can’t stop thinking about it,” I confessed. “Seeing you stroking yourself while you watched that man on the screen fuck those two girls…”

His eyes met mine, and I saw the shock in them at my language, but there was something else too, that wasn’t just shock. I’d seen it before, in the kitchen when he’d looked up my skirt, and a moment ago too, when he’d walked in and caught me masturbating.

“I can’t stop thinking about you,” I whispered, moving my hand up his thigh, high enough to feel that he was hard. I was encouraged by that, and the alcohol made me feel more free, like I’d drunk some liquid courage.

“Leah, I know this kind of thing can be confusing.” He took my hand and put it in my lap with a shaky sigh.

“I’m not confused,” I insisted, sliding down to the floor and kneeling between his legs. He shook his head, but I wrapped my arms around his waist, pressing my cheek against his crotch and nuzzling there.

“Oh hell,” he whispered, and I felt his hand moving in my hair, the lightest of touches.

“Please,” I murmured, turning my face, so my mouth moved over the hard length of him in his trousers. “I want to.”

I had him unzipped quickly, reaching in to find him, looking up into his eyes. He was dazed, startled, even a little horrified, but there was something underneath that, and whatever it was kept him from stopping me. He didn’t say no as I freed his cock and took it into my hand.

Star Rating; Four Stars for this one.

Would I recommend it? To a certain audience.

Who would I recommend it to? To those who love erotica and are not squeamish when it comes to step-dad/step-daughter getting involved.

Review; I have heard good things, and good things only when it comes to Selena Kitt's sex scenes. In no way was I let down. Her sex scenes were amazing. The plot was original and daring. But, yes unfortunately there is a but, the story itself was lacking in my eyes. Sure the book is an erotica, but I felt there was too much sex and not enough plot. Or maybe it wasn't the plot that lacked, but the writing outside of a sex scene.
Now I would still recommend this book because: One; There are a lot of mixed views because of the "taboo" subject. (Sorry for the ""s, but I just don't feel the Step-Father/Step-Daughter sex or relationships are particularly taboo.) Two; If you're going to try out something erotica it should at least be a book with a good sex scene, or you know several. Three; Whilst a few things were lacking for me - mainly the emotion, which is probably why it didn't 5*s - this book was still good enough to get four stars and I really enjoyed it.
Not all self published authors edit their work. Or have an original plot. Selena did. There were still a few mistakes with grammar and stuff, but who cares about a few grammatical mistakes when most of it is edited?
This book is a definite recommendation for lovers of erotica and taboo. And a recommendation to adults who are interested in starting to read the erotica genre.

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