In volume 1 of Pleasure Extraordinaire hero Lindsay Doheney meets media mogul and, as it turns out, king-size bastard Michael Hawkins. She enters into a $1 million contract to be his official girlfriend (he is a closet gay). Part of the contract is that she may only have sex with men at the luxurious male brothel, Pleasure Extraoridinaire (PE).
In part two she becomes intimate with PE proprietor and adopted son of Michael Hawkins, Ace Preston. As their relationship becomes steamier, so it becomes more dangerous.
This is an erotic novel, so can Liv Bennett write about sex? Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes!! She knows that sex involves anticipation, excitement, need, emotion, arousal, action, release, intimacy, disappointment and more need.
My only complaint is that both books are very short. However I'm looking forward to volume 3, to find out where the plot is going, and for more joy of sex.
Priscilla B Sanders