Monday, June 6, 2011

Chelsea’s Back Alley Sexploits by Asher MacDonald

Chelsea's Back Alley Sexploits
Chelsea’s Back Alley Sexploits

By Asher MacDonald

 I was provided a copy of Chelsea’s Back Alley Sexploits by the author who requested a fair and honest review.

Book Blurb:

She's a nice housewife by night but when hubby's away during the day, bad girl Chelsea likes to play -- oh, how she likes to play!

Chelsea's Back Alley Sexploits is the story of a restless, sexy woman living out a fantasy of a seducing a stranger and having wild, extremely physical sex in a public location where discovery is just around the corner. This novella includes graphic, adult descriptions and is not suitable for minors.

Chelsea's Back Alley Sexploits also includes samples from the author's other erotic books, Fiona in Chains, Sacrificing Jess, No Kissing, No Touching, and The Condensed Fanny Hill.

What an erotic dirty little housewife story Chelsea’s Back Alley Sexploits was. Very hot and memorable.

 I found Chelsea’s Back Alley Sexploits had a great introduction and led the reader through understanding Chelsea and her goal. She’s a housewife with a fantasy and is not shy about embracing that fantasy and turning into reality.

 As Chelsea makes her way into the local bar she puts her plan into action and immediately catches a man’s attention. He buys her a drink and she flirts with him mercilessly in a booth during lunch. I loved that she convinced him to purchase champagne and the most expensive food item on the menu. Chelsea seems to be in charge in the restaurant but when they leave to seek action in the back alley, the heat goes up and the tables gets turned because her man of choice is the total dominate. 

The man knows how to push her buttons and to give her what she craves. Chelsea not only surrenders to her fantasy, she completely surrenders to him. That submission does not disappoint and it makes for a super hot read. Enjoy the back alley sexploits that Chelsea delivers. If you love erotica, you'll really like this short story.

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