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Monday, January 3, 2011

Life’s A Beach by Sierra Dafoe

Life’s A Beach by Sierra Dafoe
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (40 pages)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, anal sex, menage, M/M
Rating: 4 Cherries
Reviewed by Hibiscus

Life's a bitch, so far as beautiful biochemist Lily McKinney is concerned. You work hard, and then you die. And even if you do find a man to fall in love with, he breaks your heart. Now she's determined to discover the biochemical causes of that sticky, confusing emotion called love -- so she can make sure she never has to feel it again.

But when she's shipped off unwillingly to Myrtle Beach for three weeks' vacation, Lily learns she knows even less about life -- and love -- than she thought, as the carnal attentions of two handsome strangers teach her that not even the world's greatest scientists can unravel the mysteries of the human heart.

Take one workaholic scientist, add one meddling boss and you get two scrumptious hunks to fulfill your every need. At least Lily McKinney does in this wicked hot story by Sierra Dafoe.

Heartbroken scientist Lily McKinney is trying to solve the mystery of love. I couldn’t figure out why she was looking for the chemical reason when even I, a non-scientific person, know that love can’t really be explained.

Poor Lily doesn’t know that her boss is setting her up when he bars her from her laboratory and makes Lily take a very long overdue vacation. I found Lily true to her single-minded scientific self when she takes her computer and research with her. I laughed when Lily reasoned out the layout of the beach house and what bedroom to take while staying there. The vivid descriptions Ms. Dafoe used had me seeing the entire home through Lily’s eyes.

I especially loved the description of Lily’s pool side encounter. It was so hot, even a dip in a cold pool if I had one, would not have brought down my temperature. I was delightfully surprised by the occupations of Tyler and Alex. They were a perfect match for Lily.

Another great thing about the book was the quote at the beginning of each chapter. I loved that they were from mathematicians, physicist, a Nobel Prize winner and the like. I especially like the ones from Einstein. They fit each chapter well and I could tell they were well researched.

Ms. Dafoe definitely has a hot story with Life’s a Beach. It left me wanting to know more of their lives after the beach house. I’m wishing for a sequel and I hope you agree.

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