27 Mar '12

A Vicky Review – Still Hot For You by Diane Escalera (5 Stars)

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Desperate times call for desperate measures. And Shay LaCosta is pretty desperate. She’s wrecked her blissful marriage of five years by demanding she and her husband Dylan have a baby. What the hell was she thinking? She knows she was wrong and she’s ready to set things right, if only Dylan will let her. Bet he can’t shun her Booty Camp offer: delicious, white-hot sex in exchange for what’s going on inside his brain. 

Dylan may be macho and stubborn, but he really does miss his wife. A little of Shay’s pushing gets him past their estrangement and into her web of seduction. She seems to have an erotic week mapped out to perfection, and who is he to complain? Their marriage is meant to be, so they’ll fight with each other, and they’ll fight for each other. 

I absolutely loved this. Shay and Dylan are having marital problems after Shay demanded that they have a baby even though they had previously talked about it and decided that they would wait until they were financially stable and both ready. After living like strangers and constantly avoiding each other, Shay can’t remember why she was so desperate to change her life and decides that she wants her husband back before any more damage can be done. So she sets her plan in to motion to get things back on track by tempting and seducing Dylan with her ‘Booty Camp’.

Dylan was thrown for a loop when Shay insisted that they should start trying for a baby as it wasn’t part of their plan. He is utterly besotted with his wife and the distance that has now come between them has been difficult, especially as he isn’t able to understand where her sudden urgency came from. When Shay first starts to put her plan in to action Dylan is a bit dubious but he just can’t resist his wife.

It always seems like most romances focus on when the couples have just met so it was great to read about a married couple where the relationship was already established. The ‘Booty Camp’ was the centre of the story but the underlining emotions shone through and highlighted the strength that they both found in each other which just made the sex scenes so much hotter as it obviously meant so much to both of them to be working through their problems and getting back the connection that they had always had in the past.

If you are looking for a hot romance with a strong couple this just may be the one for you. 


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