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Two Star Review: Nympho (The Nympho Series Book One) by JC Black


Kindle Unlimited Copy Category: Contemporary Romance

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Synopsis:

18+ Mature only …Christopher Caldwell grew up during a time of fast cars, hi-speed boats and beautiful women. Due to his experience in boats from working in a family own boatyard he quickly became popular with the local smugglers. It wasn’t long before the drug lords found a way to put his talents to work. When Christopher reached maturity he found that he had a strong sexual appetite. His first sexual experience was with a married woman that led him to have many meaningless sexual encounters without the comfort of love. That was until he met Megan and her sister Amber. Megan is a naïve and beautiful redhead who fell in love with Chris right away. Amber was just the opposite of her younger sister, she was gorgeous and had a sassy attitude to match. But, Christopher was confused by the two women, he wanted them both. He also had dreams and aspirations of becoming a lawyer. But before he could pursue his dreams he must first repay a favor from a notorious family friend and bury some deep dark family secrets of his involvement with the drug lords. Review by Sara:

This is a Romance book for the men who watch porn, unsafe sex with multiple women with absolutely no consequences. Chris is a guy who has girls falling in his lap left and right. Who he then lands in bed with absolutely no effort on his part. He has stamina for days and can give any woman multiple organisms on the first try, again with very little effort on his part.

This had potential to be better however the dialog was very formal, a bit cheesy at times. The sex scenes, were numerous. They didn't have any emotion and didn't go into any sensual details. The best part of the entire story was the salvage of the Sea-Witch and we never got back to that mystery. I am really hoping the next book goes back to that and the smuggling aspect of the story.

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