Vanessa Devereaux writes both erotica and erotic romances.
She’s published with Cobblestone Press, Total E Bound and Evernight Publishing. Her previous titles include the Brazen Ladies Trilogy,The Last American Cowboy, One Night With You, Forbidden, Mistaken Identity and the bestselling titles , Cater To Me and Who’s the Boss? and the upcoming, Just For Your Pleasure trilogy. When she’s not writing, she’s teaching workshop and tutoring for a UK based writing school. Born in London, England, she now resides in the US.
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Sunday, 15 April 2018 | Stine
At first, i did not think that the suggestions would work. It really suprised me how great and surpising it was . It was magical for me
Friday, 16 March 2018 | anonss
Hey, I'm just writing to say that I was very impressed with this title. The writing is razor sharp on this one. I have listened to a bunch of these titles by now and this is certainly one of the best. I have always been a Jezebel fan and this is truly a gift to all of her fans. Like I wrote earlier, the writing is extra crisp and as usual her delivery is perfect. It always amazes me how there are some many ways to describe love making and make it set apart from other recordings. Also, I like the holiday flair of this title. You can practically see Jezebel making the snowbound travel to pleasure you. There is a bubble bath scene that gracefully leads to an amazing romp of missionary sex on a bed. This title will effortlessly help a man visualize his crush in the most romantic and comforting way possible.
Thursday, 15 March 2018 | Joanna
This remains one of my favorites from Essemoh to this day. The setup for the scenario is perfectly done and does well to escalate to the intimate reunion with the one that "got away". Essemoh is very sweet, tender, and affectionate and for me personally, that's an automatic favorite.
I do only have one small negative note, but it's relatively minor and doesn't detract a great deal from the experience. This scenario involves narrative running over the scripted action and "sound effects". So, there are parts where Essemoh is narrating over his own scenario dialogue. I understand that it's meant to guide your thoughts as the action is happening, but I feel like I miss out on the scenario stuff because he is narrating over it. I appreciate narration, but personally, I like it a lot more when Essemoh is acting the part and doing dialogue (sweet talk, etc.).
But like I said, it's a small complaint and I still highly recommend this particular audio for your collection.