Aladdin had a Genie in a lamp; you now have Justine Elyot.
Two men want you to be happy. Very happy. Extremely happy, as a matter of fact. They want to make all your dreams come true and by Gosh, do they succeed !
All the characters in that novel choose to take the aforementioned men up on their offer. They go boldly where so few people have gone before, namely beyond the reservations and objections many have when it comes to sex. They revendicate their bodies' rights. They demand satisfaction... And all their pleasures are yours.
For that's the trick to good erotica. For the writer not to leave you, the reader, outside in the cold. You want to be there, with them; you want to breathe the same air, drink the same wine, touch the same velvet (or latex) and kiss the same lips.
Justine Elyot offers you just that. She presents you with these essentially likeable characters, far from the standard-issue cardboard perverts that sometimes people erotica novels, and invites you to follow them, closely, on their journeys.
The characters talk like you, think the same things as you, make the same mistakes we've all made (or would all make in the same circumstances). They are exquisite and witty, delightful and naughty.
They will interest you, they'll make you laugh (quite a lot, actually), they'll make you empathise and, above all, they'll make you come... for more.
Just make a wish and click on "add to basket". The Genie will take care of everything.