1. Black Lace - The Accidental Call Girl by Portia Da Costa

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      After meeting in a luxury hotel bar, Lizzie and millionaire businessman John enjoy a night of unadulterated passion. Their chemistry is immediate, but it's a case of mistaken identity - he thinks she's a high class escort.

      It becomes clear that no-nonsense John isn't interested in meeting and wooing women, wanting only the forbidden pleasures and ease of prostitution. Lizzie can't resist the allure of his sharp suit and charm, and begins to play a dangerous game as Bettie, a high class call girl.

      Lizzie's alter-ego learns the pleasure of submitting to her master's hands - but will John ever discover and accept her true identity?

      Sexy, gripping and well-written, The Accidental Call Girl by Portia Da Costa is an erotic novel that indulges the classic Pretty Woman fantasy.

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    1. Found my Mr Smith

      Reviewed: 03 February 2015 by Dunny&Smithy, a Bisexual Going Steady Female

      I wasn't quite sure that I'd enjoy this novel, as I didn't think too much about 50 Shades, but boy was I wrong!

      I don't want to give too much away, because I detest reviews giving the whole plot away, but I will tell you now you will not be putting it down!

      There is a nice mixture of reality and sexual open-minded fun, written in a manner that will have you smiling and giggling away - Abbey Lee meets Helen Fielding.

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Witty humour and spanking good fun.
      Cons
      I never had book number 2 till a week later.
      Bottom line
      Give me Mr Smith over Mr Grey any day!
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    1. I Thoroughly Enjoyed This Book

      Reviewed: 05 February 2014 by Scorpius12, a Straight Married Female

      The Accidental Call Girl is the first title in best-selling author Portia Da Costa's fantastic trilogy charting the story of an ordinary girl Lizzie and gorgeous multi-millionaire John Smith!

      When Lizzie gets bored at her friends party she wanders off to have a drink in the bar of a luxury hotel. Here she meets an attractive older man, John Smith, who mistakes her for a high-class call girl. Lizzie is up for some excitement - what harm could it do? - and goes along with the whole thing.

      This of course ends up with an unforgettable night of passion and kink at the hands of a master. But what will happen when John finds out the truth...

      I loved the humour in this book - sometimes it felt a bit like Bridget Jones meets Pretty Woman - with lots of hot BDSM thrown in. I could really see this being made into a movie.

      Packed with red-hot kinky love scenes, The Accidental Call Girl is a really great read. I loved every page!

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Brilliant storyline and kinky sex scenes.
      Cons
      Absolutely nothing!
      Bottom line
      Sexy, funny and well written - highly enjoyable!
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    1. A Spankingly Erotic Read

      Reviewed: 11 September 2013 by wildflower, a Straight Married Female

      Having read some of Portia Da Costa's previous books I had a good feeling about this one and I wasn't disappointed.

      The main characters are instantly likeable, something I find quite important in erotic novels.

      The story begins with Lizzie being picked up in a hotel bar by John who mistakes her for an escort. Instead of putting him straight she plays along with it and finds it a huge turn-on. He soon has her indulging in spanking and light bdsm. There is plenty of sex in this book and it is quite varied too.

      The whole book is very well written and descriptive. I found myself getting quite lost in this book and really turned on by the sexy bits (which is a lot of it).

      I didn't intend to read the whole thing in just a couple of nights but I couldn't help myself. It is one of those books where you can almost imagine yourself having those experiences (if only!).

      Really looking forward to the next in the trilogy.

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      The characters being so likeable.
      Cons
      Wasn't really anything I disliked.
      Bottom line
      A good bit of erotica to get you in the mood.
    3. 3 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    1. Better than 50 Shades

      Reviewed: 21 April 2014 by capricorn13, a Gay Married Female

      This was the first novel by Portia da Costa I read, and I have already bought and read the rest of the trilogy!

      The story is very much the Pretty Woman fantasy - ordinary young girl meets rich older man, initially for sex - but the characters were engaging, the plot not too outlandish and the sex scenes were hot.

      It is set in the north of England, which is a refreshing change from the west coast of the US, and the author somehow made me believe it could be real.

      She writes in a slightly tongue in cheek British style (a bit like Helen Fielding), which personally I prefer to many US writers.

      I enjoyed this more than 50 Shades as it seemed more believable. John Smith is controlling but a lot less creepy than Christian Gray, and Lizzie isn't as hopeless/wet as Ana.

    2. Overall Rating
      9 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Good writing, some great sex scenes.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      A very good read.
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    1. Superior Writing

      Reviewed: 12 August 2013 by blondes_have_more_fun, a Straight Single Female

      I've already read 'Sarah's Education' by Madeline Moore, and was disappointed by the flimsy plot and bizarre sex-games, so when I found this book seemed to have exactly the same premise I was wary. However, Portia is one of my favourite writers and I enjoyed 'In the Flesh' much more than the similar 'Too Wicked to Wed' by Cheryl Holt, so I gave it a go.

      As the previous reviewer has said, it has shades of '50 Shades' about it, and I was worried when I found out that John Smith has a tortured past - the idea that those into BDSM are screwed up somehow really annoys me - but Portia's superior writing comes through. John's just kinky - it doesn't seem to have anything to do with his past. I shall be buying 'The Accidental Mistress' to find out.

      As usual with Portia's books, the sex scenes are hot, the romance nicely paced and the characters rounded. I cared what happened to them.

    2. Overall Rating
      9 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Seriously hot BDSM without anything too weird.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      Much better than others along the same idea.
    3. 1 person found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes