Seduced in Paris (Hardcore Hotels #1) by Georgina Sand (Review by Gladys – #NerdGirlOfficial)


Title: Seduced in Paris (Hardcore Hotels #1)

Author: Georgina Sand

Published Date: August 6th 2013

Genre: Erotica


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Rachel Woodrow’s job requires her to travel a lot, to exotic places that many people have only dreamt about. She’s a strong, sexy, single woman who brings home a big paycheck but still hasn’t found the right man to rock her world. Loneliness isn’t an option and so, on her travels, she test-drives the men whom she fancies while still maintaining a few basic rules regarding passion and sex. But when she encounters two French men in Paris who have little respect for the rules, she discovers that sometimes, breaking the rules can be worth the intense pleasure that is sure to result…

Seduced in Paris is a sensual, sexy 10,000 word short erotic story that contains elements of graphic m/m/f sex as well as double penetration, a ménage a trois, oral sex and other, more traditional pleasures.


***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Gladys – #NerdGirlOfficial’s  Review***
I am a fan of Georgina Sands writing.  She is not just an Erotica writer, she is a STORYTELLER.

This is a serial short series of a young business lady who travels a lot for work as a software analyst.  She is smart, energetic and most certainly not shy.  She knows her sexuality but doesn’t use it as a tool for her trade.

The story is well written and the characters are well developed.  Although short the book does (ahem) finish and leaves you satisfied, which is always a plus with a good erotic tale.

Again I tip my hat to you Georgina!  I will be reading more from you and adore the stories just as much as I crave the steam!!


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