Post by Lily Harlem
I wrote Escape to the Country a few years ago now, it was a real indulgence of menage a trois sex and many pairings. It's seriously sexy from the word go and the heroine gets to experience a host of new erotic treats.
When the stress of city living takes its toll on Annie and Tim, a dirty weekend in the country visiting sexy friends proves to be just the antidote.
London life is hard going for Annie and Tim, and despite being in love, they’re just not hitting the spot in the bedroom.
So, in an attempt to put the steam back into their relationship, Tim whisks Annie to the Cotswolds to visit Matt and Jane his uber-cool, sexually liberal friends from University.
As the temperature heats to melting point in the chocolate box cottage so does the sex, and Annie, with the help of her hosts, discovers a variety of hidden carnal desires, not just in herself but also Tim.
Who would have thought he’d be into that? Who would have thought ‘that’ would have her buzzing from head to toe?
Reviewed by Rebecca Black Erotica This book does exactly what it says on the tin. It's short. It's hot. It's satisfying.
For such a short book it really packs a punch. It's got F/F, menage, M/M, and F/F/M sex scenes. Very hot and lusty. I loved it. Lily Harlem is one of the best around for writing menage and she's got a seriously good back catalogue. So if you like this definitely check out her other books.
Reviewed by Erotica for All
A luscious bed time read...boy is it hot!...If you want a quick, satisfying read with lots of people getting it on, then look no further.
Reviewed by Whipped Cream Reviews
4.5 out of 5! This wonderfully written short story has all the right elements a reader comes to expect from a beautiful love story and the talented Ms. Harlem...The sheet action is super hot so don't be surprised when your computer screen melts.
Reviewed by Miz Love
Was it well written? Yes, very. Was it hot? Yes, very-very-very. Did it hold my attention? Yes, in a way I never thought possible...the mark of an excellent author...I can honestly say I will never, ever forget this book. Never. Do I recommend it? Good Lord, yes. Yes, yes, yes!