Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Book Review: 'Island Experience' by Simone Freier

Simone Freier was a nurse prior to her becoming an author. One of her pet peeves is reading erotica that gets simple anatomy wrong! She is continually bewildered by women who haven't explored their own bodies. Another pet peeve is the mostly hung-up Victorian society prevalent in the U.S., and she tries her hardest to change that by introducing people to new sexual and sensual experiences through her erotic writing. The activities in Simone's books are quite realistic, as she has participated in most of these in 'real life', as surreal as it may seem. Reading her new works certainly adds respect for her talent as a writer of erotic literature. And just as foreplay is the key to satisfying sex, Freier starts this her second book in a series of books labeled EXPERIENCES with some well written suggestive but not pornographic storyline. Once the reader catches the drift of her intent the urge is to stay with the book to see how far she will escort us into the world of sexual fetishes.

The number of ‘Experiences’ seems endless, thankfully, as Simone escorts us to individual places for sensual erotica. This time she takes us to the splendor of the tropics. ‘Sam takes Kelly and her friends on a trip to a tropical island, where they not only work on their suntan, but also get tanned a few times as part of their spanking play. The friends are even more adventurous and engage in some wild times together in the beautiful island environment. Sam takes them to some places that aren’t on the usual tourist route, continuing to challenge them – and they return the ‘favor’, providing challenges for Sam, as well. The group is loving and loved, as they are now comfortable with each other in ways that most people have never experienced. What will be next for Sam, Kelly and her friends?’

The pleasure (at least one of the many) of reading Simone’s erotica is her flair for character development and creative sensual situations. She does this with a very open frankness, removing any guilt frame of mind that may hamper some readers not acquainted with Simone’s style of erotica. This is not dark and dirty, simply pushing the boundaries of pleasure by adding some fascinating variations on interpersonal actions. Her stories sing, or as she has stated, ‘where fair-is-fair and mutually satisfying’ to all characters she defines. Read one of her books and you’ll likely collect the set. Grady Harp, November 15

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