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Saturday, February 16, 2008

Hankie Pankie By: Liz Andrews

Title: Hankie Pankie
Author: Liz Andrews
Publisher: Elloras Cave 2007
ISBN: 9781419912832

What can I say about Liz Andrews? She wrote an entertaining, honest, hilarious story in Hankie Pankie and it couldn't have come at a better time. I've been rather grumpy lately, so I really needed this.

Amy Taggart is probably your least suspecting submissive, Dominant or anyone who would enjoy anything outside of vanilla sex. Eric Hammond is much the same way. Your typical next door kinda couple. So the only way for them to have tried to spice things up would have been if a complete accident awaited them. When they show up at the party waiting for the other to take the lead and no one budges, it's time for them to each explain why they're there. What does any couple in love do? They go in to at least "look around."

When they get inside they're too suprised to say or do much. I could totally feel the confusion and out of place feeling simmering off the page. Along with the underlying lust to try something new. I've been there done that. It's nice to see an author who can write something a reader can relate to. I wouldn't call either of them typical Doms and subs as much as I would say they were real. They were there play, explore, learn something new. Even after reading the end I'm still not sure what they decided to do with themselves. But, either way, it was a wonderful look into Ms Andrew's mind and what she writes. Sometimes this lifestyle is taken too seriously. Not every character is dark and broody with a screwed up past. I love those folks too, but a softer, more humorous look at it is always refreshing.

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