The Player

The Player

Harlem Dae / Oct 22, 2020

The Player Tuscany New lovers new lessons and an eruption of uncontrollable lust The real world was working for me its pastel shades and straight and narrow route a familiar path to tread It suited me this no

  • Title: The Player
  • Author: Harlem Dae
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  • Page: 295
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tuscany New lovers, new lessons and an eruption of uncontrollable lust.The real world was working for me, its pastel shades and straight and narrow route a familiar path to tread It suited me, this normality it was good for me too Or so I thought, because the new light in my life, Catherine, was not quite fulfilling my needs Her lack of colour, the weak whispers of hTuscany New lovers, new lessons and an eruption of uncontrollable lust.The real world was working for me, its pastel shades and straight and narrow route a familiar path to tread It suited me, this normality it was good for me too Or so I thought, because the new light in my life, Catherine, was not quite fulfilling my needs Her lack of colour, the weak whispers of her kisses were not touching my soul the way I d become accustomed to I needed .More of everything in my darkly addictive rainbow the wicked wantonness of sin, the depraved pleasure of seedy seduction and the prism of delight I took in being struck and of doing the striking I missed the fireworks, the brilliant displays of Technicolor ecstasy that strung me out and bared me to my bones I wanted to go there again, and take Catherine, too, see if I could have that pyrotechnic display with her Did she have a riot of vibrant shades beneath her skin or was she magnolia to the core My teacher, Zara, told me I could discover her palette That all I needed to do was show Catherine my world, my new world, the one I d never inhabited alone Zara couldn t come with me this time, she had a new student now I was on my own, it was down to me Or was it It seemed my teacher had other ideas after all, and when she sashayed back into my life with her rules and murmurs of encouragement, I had no choice but to listen to her, take her advice, follow her lead, even though I knew nothing ever ended well with her But resistance was futile, my protests fell on deaf ears But that suited my plans, didn t it Look out for book 1 The Virgin and book 3 The Vixen It is recommended that the Sexy as Hell Trilogy is read in order so that the story and characters can be fully appreciated.Please note that at the end of The Player the first three chapters of The Vixen are available for your enjoyment.

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    1. The Player by Harlem DaeBook two in the Sexy as Hell trilogyOh Victor, Victor, Victor your poor guy. Well Victor is trying to get on with his life without Zara. He is introduced to Catherine who is his secretary Mary’s niece. They get along just fine and he can actually see a future with this woman. She would make a prefect wife. The only problem is when Victors beast wants to come out and play he can’t. Catherine is a sweet and innocent woman and Victor wants to share his knowledge of sex w [...]


    2. A fantastic continuation of the story, with gloriously muddled emotions and headfucks. I have to admit, the knocking off of a star is mainly due to the sex scenes between Victor and Catherine. I know they're meant to be awkward, but I'm not someone who enjoys that 'watch-from-between-your-fingers-and-cringe-with-embarrassment' kind of storytelling. It's definitely a worthy instalment, though, and the character development is fantastic.


    3. Well written and full of steamy scenes. I hope these characters can get their stuff together in the next book!


    4. I had hopes this might be better than book 1, but I was wrong. I felt like it lacked something, but I did mange to make it to the end and slightly interested to see how the next books plays out.


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