Erotic City by PynkBy Darnetta Frazier • Oct 29th, 2008 • Category: Book Review • Email This Post • Print This Post
Want to be fancy-free and buck naked, taking in steamy sex scenes playing before your eyes? Or do you want to participate in an anonymous, spur-of-the-moment freak feast with like-minded consenting adults? If you so choose to get your newbie whistle whet, open the spicy pages of Erotic City by Pynk and leave your inhibitions in reality. Milan Kennedy is an IT girl in Hotlanta. Owning the sex mecca, Erotic City gives her fortune, fame, and most importantly, the man she loves, ex-boxer Lavender Lewis. But, all of this does not come without its own set of problems. Milan has her plate full dealing with Lavender’s baby’s mama, Ramada, who is full of drama, and her deceased father’s ex-wife, gold-digging Nancy. Both ladies give Milan a run for her panties as they challenge her sanity with their jealous antics and over-the-top ways that threaten Milan’s relationship, business, and life. As truths are revealed and doors are opened, Milan discovers what matters most.
I really enjoyed every moment in Erotic City . It punctures erotica’s envelope and is running neck-and-neck with porn. And I mean this as a compliment. With no names in the opening chapter, I was quick to conclude this was another novel with sex just for sex’s sake. How wrong I was. Pynk invites readers into the life of swingers, a rather taboo lifestyle even today, while riding a nice plot and providing positive jewels for life. With its tasty language and voyeuristic feel, Erotic City is sure to enchant the freak in all of you. I recommend Erotic City to readers who enjoy triple-x erotica. Pynk, Marissa Monteilh’s erotica pseudonym, has another book coming out in October 2009 titled Sexaholics. Thanks to the preview chapter in Erotic City , I will definitely pick up a copy.
Reviewed by Darnetta Frazier
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Darnetta Frazier is an Ohio-born, spoken-word poet who has composed poetry since she was able to hold a laddie pencil. As reviewer for A Place Of Our Own (APOOO) and aspiring novelist, she dabbles in the literary scene from all perspectives. She has been published on www.thebacklist.net, interviewed on www.blogginginblack.com, and is currently submitting fiction manuscripts to publishers while juggling daughterhood, sisterhood, wifedom, parenthood, and of course, writing. Outside of family and all things literary, Darnetta overindulges in Hip-Hop, dabbles in computer graphic design, and creates handcrafted cards, candles, and jewelry.
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