“Crave” by Cathy Yardley

Crave is the 1st of 3 books that are loosely based on fairy tale princesses in a very erotic way.

Beth has been living in the Penitent Compound since she was 17, 10 long years of hard work, no sex and segregation from the male sex. The compound is about 400 square miles surrounded by a fence with barbed wire and a guarded gate. Beth looks past these suspicious things because she feels protected at the Compound and that is what she sought out 10 years ago.

Stephen is a reporter who came to the Compound to unearth some kind of cult story, but his 1st day there realizes it’s far from a cult. While in the segregated dining room he see’s the most beautiful woman, who happens to be looking right back. Though, in his field he sees a lot of beautiful women, but this time it’s different. Even without makeup and a dress that covers “from toe to wrist to neck” (per Penitent rules), Beth does something to him. He had to have her…sexually. Sex is forbidden, however, that does not stop some of the residents of the Compound.

Beth and Stephen sneak out at night and go to meet in the meadow to talk about these lustful feelings. But as they arrive, they see 3 other residents having a threesome. LOTS of sex and DETAIL! Beth finds out that one of the woman has a deal with the delivery driver to get her things that are “illegal” in the Compound, like condoms, which Beth wants.

Stephen takes Beth’s virginity. It’s actually very sweet. However, the next day, the Compound gathers because the Founders of the Compound have a message to convey. One of the guards caught the sexual three from the meadow and since sex is forbidden, they have to pay the consequences. While Beth has turned a blind eye to the rumors of the consequences, she and Stephen see first hand what the Founders do when someone breaks the rules.

For full book synopsis and review go to http://booksbysteph.com/Yardley__Cathy.html

If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself!

Until next time, take life one page at a time!

SZ

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