Camellia by Caitlin Ricci and Cari Z.

3.5 Stars (3.5 / 5)

A delightful romance set in the midst of a kinky conference and enveloped in a somewhat artistic portray of the tea ceremony, Camellia takes sensuality to a brand new level.

As the plot goes, Danny is a young, somewhat unconventional model with an interview set by her agency of which she only knows involves tea and a kink convention. She goes in for the interview and meets Lucy; sofisticated and composed, and outfitted in riding boots and a riding crop, Lucy will get under Danny’s skin and take her for a heck of a ride.

Whatever you think you know about sensual interaction is about to change. I’m telling you. Danny and Lucy’s relationship develops slowly and full of heat. Don’t get me wrong here, this is not a sex book. It’s about sensual exploration, it’s about the learning of one’s sexual preferences and the possibility of exploring; it is also about dominance and respect, about Danny giving into her own desires and Lucy being flexible and understanding in Danny’s exploration.

Sexy and sweet, with a slowness that let us navigate easily the development of their relationship, Danny and Lucy partake in the ceremony of tea, but also of newfound romance and attraction.

Camellia Camellia by Caitlin Ricci   Published May 7th 2014 by Less Than Three Press LLC
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