Sodom and Detroit

Ann Mayburn
Sodom and Detroit
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Release Date
July 2011
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more

Workaholic Maeve Burgundy avoids any relationship where she might fall in love. She's forced by her best friend to take a vacation she won to the exotic Sodom Resort. They specialize in turning any erotic fantasy into reality. Virtual Reality. What Maeve doesn't know is that Angel, the owner of the Resort and her old college boyfriend, has rigged the contest in an effort to reconnect with Maeve. He wants to persuade her to become part of a committed ménage à trois with his best friend and lover, Luke.

The three embark upon a sexual adventure that takes them from the sultry pleasures of a sheik's harem, to the forced seduction of a royal lady by two highwaymen, and the fun of having a handsome biker hanging chained from the ceiling-just begging for a flogging. During each fantasy Maeve falls a little more in love with the men she thinks she knows, and begins to trust them with her heart.

Luke warns Angel that they may lose Maeve because of his deception, but Angel will take any chance to win Maeve back and convince her how good a loving ménage à trois can be.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse, menage (m/m/f, m/f/m), same-sex interaction/sexual practices (m/m, f/f), voyeurism

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Aug 28, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
213 people found the following review helpful
Enter into any fantasy you chose. Do you want to be an astronaut? How about a pirate? Or, is your dirty little fantasy to be a harem girl trying to catch the eye of the sultan? SODOM AND DETROIT is not to be confused with Sodom and Gomorrah. Sodom is a resort equipped with virtual reality machines in Detroit, of all places, catering to each guest's personal fantasies.

Workaholic Maeve is a special guest since she's a contest winner to this high tech resort. However, what she didn't know was that the contest is a fake as the owner, Angel and his lover Luke, wanted her at the resort. Maeve and Angel share a history that hurt Maeve to the point where she's afraid of relationships. Unknowingly, Maeve is reunited with Angel in the VR fantasies she and Luke design. When the truth is revealed, Maeve throws a hissy fit and melts down.

This is the only part of the story I couldn't really get into or understand. Maeve clings to an old wound that is well over a decade old. Her emotional trauma so to speak wasn't even that major from my perspective. Her extreme negative reaction makes me think less of her. For a self-made woman who is well respected and strong, this flaw in her attitude is unrealistic for me. It makes me think less of her and unworthy of the two hunks vying for her love and attention.

The role-playing in the virtual reality world was fantastic. I enjoyed the scenes and the sex was hot. The f/f scene definitely aroused me. I tend to enjoy well-written scenes, regardless of the genders involved. This story had a little bit of everything I enjoyed as far as partners and sex. Reading about this resort, the first thing I wanted to know is, where is this resort? I live in the Detroit area and I want to find this place! I recommend this book to romance lovers who enjoy role-playing fantasies. If you enjoy ménage, this is a book for you.
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