1. Suite Seventeen

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      When vibrant, forty-something widow Annie Conroy decides it's time she woke up and smelt the erotic roses, where better to begin her daring adventures than the luxurious Waverly Grange Country Hotel, and its hidden den of iniquity - Suite Seventeen?

      Under the stern but playful eye of exotic master Valentino, Annie surrenders to his outrageous games of power.

      But when the Waverly's future hangs in the balance, and Annie has the means to save it, dare she gamble on going one step further... and giving her heart to the mysterious man who's come to control her.

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    1. Hotter than Hell

      Reviewed: 20 January 2008 by Miss Kitty, a Bisexual Married Female

      Suite Seventeen has kept me in rapture for a few weeks now – so why didn’t I finish it sooner – because every time I picked up this book I was too hot and horny within a few pages…

      This is one of the very best erotic novels I have read, perhaps the best. I have read many so this is not said lightly, and my preference is usually for fantasy and historic and this is modern day and I STILL loved it! The sex scenes sizzles and steam and then some! It had great kink factor while keeping it real, consensual and conjures graphic imagery.

      The story is interesting - but more in a just wanting to know how it pans out than a gripping epic. The characters are incredibly well written and draw you into their lives, you know them and feel for them. It has moments of doubt, of sweetness and of course LOTS of really, really filthy sex!

      This book pressed nearly all of my buttons and I have many, in fact it pushed several at once in every chapter. I thoroughly enjoyed it and now I have finished it my husband can finally recuperate from over use and my battery bill will be a lot less ;-)

      I have read another Portia De Costa book a few years old and the writing has improved massively since earlier works and her experience really show through.

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Everything! Story, characters and scenes. Brilliant
      Cons
      Nothing I can think of
      Bottom line
      Excellent! Hot and horny, well worth it
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    1. A sexy bonk-buster!

      Reviewed: 10 October 2007 by creativewriter1985

      In Suite Seventeen, lonely widow Annie is concerned about her neighbours' strange behaviour. The couple seem to behave very oddly, disappearing off in the car at night with Maria in a blindfold, copulating over a bench in the back garden and heaven knows what else! Annie pretends to herself she is shocked by their behaviour, but secretly she is aroused, and somewhat jealous. Annie discovers she is ready to have that kind of intimacy with someone again since the death of her husband and after taking the advice of a friend she meets up with Charlie, a young, attractive and financial type. However, he is simply there to talk numbers and discuss Annie's finances - she has been left rather well off since her husband died and Charles would like her to invest the money wisely.

      There is no doubt in Annie's mind that Charles is only after making some money himself out of this deal, but she figures she may as well have some fun into the bargain. He is gorgeous after all. And so her adventure begins. Stood up at the prestigious Waverley Hotel by Charles, Annie is

      propositioned and flirted with all in one evening. She begins to realise that she has plenty of life to continue living, and so when stunning new acquaintance Valentino disappears off into the darkness behind the hotel, Annie follows him.

      Needless to say, they have some down and dirty fun. But it has opened Annie's eyes, and a whole world of opportunities. Now Valentino has shown her another side of sex, there is no going back.

      The Waverley Hotel contains the famous Suite Seventeen. Famous, that is, in certain circles. Those into sexual adventure well know that the Suite is special. It contains everything anyone would require for a night of kinky sex with one or more partners, and even more crucial, hidden cameras which film the entire thing. After their fling, it appears Valentino would like to continue playing games with Annie, and he orders her to sleep with Charles in Suite Seventeen. She knows full well he, and possibly others, will be watching. But she no longer cares because she has been truly changed by her experience and wants to learn more about the sexual underbelly of Suite Seventeen, and the mysterious Valentino...

      I loved this because it was a love story as well as a bonk-buster! I was genuinely rooting for Annie, and I loved Portia's descriptions of Annie's longing and lust for Valentino, and her fears that her feelings would never be reciprocated. I found it very touching, and very real that our heroine didn't immediately get the hero and live happily ever after. There was enough conflict to keep me desperately reading until the end, which in itself was very satisfying. A bunch of fantastic characters, and those who have read Entertaining Mr Stone will recognise some old favourites. Quite possibly my favourite Portia da Costa novel, followed very closely by Gothic Blue. A must-read.

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      It's an erotic book, but with a touching love story intertwined.
      Cons
      Nothing at all.
      Bottom line
      I'd say this was one of my favourite erotic novels of all time and recommend that people read it! Fantastic!
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    1. Very good read

      Reviewed: 04 March 2008 by princess_nympho, a Straight Going Steady Female

      I got this as it was the book of the month and I think it is very good. It covers bi and straight and outdoor. It gets me very turned on from reading it. Worth reading yourself.

    2. Overall Rating
      8 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      covers straight and bi
      Cons
      ..
      Bottom line
      buy it
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    1. Not bad at all...

      Reviewed: 05 January 2008 by toolittlesleep

      I'm not usually taken with these sorts of books as they seem to be a bit samey, and almost all are about full-on BDSM in one shape or another. While there is nothing wrong with a spot of spanking (good paddles and little rubber whips available on this very site!), you can in fact have too much of a good thing. From reading the back and the prologue I thought this would be more of the same, but I was pleasantly surprised.

      The book is fairly well written, has something approaching a plot (suspension of disbelief required!) and knows when to describe and when to tantalise by leaving the detail to the imagination of the reader. There is an amount of mild BDSM, but it is well done and steers away from the 'beat her ass with a cane until she was bleeding, and then she came like a volcano' style which does nothing for me.

      Also, unlike some other books of this sort, the author manages eroticism without vulgarity. Call me old fashioned...

    2. Overall Rating
      7 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Good plot, well written, not vulgar.
      Cons
      Definitely needs to explore relationship with neighbours in greater depth! Volume 2...?
      Bottom line
      One of the better 'above the As in WH Smiths' that I've seen.
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    1. Suite Seventeen

      Reviewed: 07 January 2008 by ladyvelvet

      Annie is widowed with her life stretching before her a dull round of ladies golf and shopping. She's nicely preserved with plenty of cash, isn't looking for a date but doesn't even get dinner invites now in case she's up for snagging someone else's husband.

      Her racy neighbour takes her to a nearby hotel for a night out where she meets Valentina who actually turns out to be Valentino. Annie falls into instant lust with Valentina/Valentino surprises herself with what her boundaries turn out to be and enters willing into his world of lust, roleplay, spanking and the mysteriously chintzy Suite Seventeen.

    2. Overall Rating
      6 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Nice sweet story, nice characters, nice polite sex
      Cons
      It's just TOO NICE
      Bottom line
      Ok, well written with interesting characters but I thought it a little bland
    3. 1 person found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
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