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A Taste of London (World of Sin Book 1) by [Felthouse, Lucy]
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Length: 40 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Ryan Stonebridge and his friend Kristian Hurst are heading off on the trip of a lifetime. They’re spending their gap year traveling the world and expect lots of sun, sights and sex. The guys have a couple of days in the English capital before catching the Eurostar to Paris. Unfortunately, a family emergency means that Kristian has to head back home for a while, leaving Ryan to continue the trip alone.

Luckily for Ryan, he’s an attractive guy and there is no shortage of gorgeous women available to help take his mind off Kristian’s family drama.

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  • Print Length: 40 pages
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  • Language: English
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good read 24 April 2017
By Ashley Hedden - Published on
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A Taste of London by Lucy Felthouse was a good quick read. This is the first book in the World of Sin series. Ryan and Kristian head on a trip. They will spend a year traveling. There is a family emergency and Kristian has to go back home. Ryan continues his trip and has a great time.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Though I am don't like the cliffhanger of this series and not sure I ... 19 January 2017
By LauraLouD - Published on
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The story line was interesting. Though I am don't like the cliffhanger of this series and not sure I am willing to read further.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hot. Daring. Naughty. 18 December 2012
By JoAnne - Published on
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A short erotica tale for the Ellora's Cave Men line, this is one spicy story told from completely the male perspective. Hot. Daring. Naughty. And oh so male. But in Ms. Felthouse's usual awesome voice and style. Her work is easily by far the best in the erotica genre. This story is only missing a star because I missed not hearing the female pov, but this is not at fault of the author; After all, I'm not the target demographic here. I still really enjoyed Ryan's sexapades and would try more from the EC for men line.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining read 17 December 2012
By MamaD8 - Published on
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When Lucy offered this for review I jumped at the chance, being thoroughly intrigued by this new line for men.

Written in Lucy's inimitable style, you can tell this is aimed at men, and I laughed and rolled my eyes quite a few times, as I came across thought processes and words that could have come straight out my teen sons mouths.

This is written entirely in the male pov and tells the story of two friends on a gap year off to explore the world and basically screw as many girls as they can, as you do I guess, when you're that age.

When Ryan's friend has to return home for a bit, it leaves Ryan on his own in London doing the tourist thing. Here is where I was smiling, because Lucy's vivid descriptions took me right back to my own student years, doing the tourist thing. Mind you, I didn't have as many 'adventures' as Ryan did, I can tell you.

Here is where I rolled my eyes a bit, because really, would one guy have that many encounters in such a short space of time? He is described as good looking, but really? lol

Like I said it's aimed at men, and I reckon Lucy has got it just right. I know my sons would have been cheering him on.

Now, Ryan could have come across as a bit of a tool, but I liked him. He was funny and just the right side of cocky with a certain dose of self doubt thrown in, as he can't really believe his luck either.

All in all an entertaining read. I'm not sure I will read any more in that line. I prefer a bit a more romance with my sex, lol, but it was an amusing insight into the male psyche.

*Please note I was given this book in exchange for an honest review*
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great "enter the man's head" perspective - albeit a 20 year old man... 8 January 2013
By Gaele - Published on
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As part of bringing the males into reading erotica, Ellora's Cave has created a new line geared to male readers. Intrigued at the perspective, and interested in sampling this author's work, I had to read this book. I am thrilled that I did.

With characters that were crafted with a great deal of fullness in this short read, Lucy Felthouse has managed to capture an intriguing series of sexual interludes that alternate between steamy and naughty with a dash of daring and bravado for effect. While I found the cockiness of Ryan more than slightly annoying, I did have to remember that his age and his attitude both fit the character and enhanced the story, a gap year is meant to be fun and carefree before the real work of university begins. Fortunately, Ryan wasn't portrayed as a total tool, enough of the self-doubt and insecurities snuck in and provided a softening to his rough edges. Funnily enough, the late-teen early twenty year old male voice was incredibly strong and finely honed, making this book a real treat with an interesting voice and perspective.

I received an eBook copy for purpose of review for the Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.

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