Indecent Seduction by Kayla Star

Indecent Seduction by Kayla Star
Publisher: Soul Mates Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (197 pgs)
Other: M/F, Masturbation, Forced Seduction, Toys, Voyeurism
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

When Olivia’s husband of eight years walks out on her for a younger woman, she is left devastated. She seeks solace in the form of an online relationship with an Italian man who calls himself ‘Romeo’.

Although she agrees to speak to him on Skype, there is always some excuse why he does not show himself on camera to her, although she does get to hear his sultry voice. Despite being frustrated by this, she finds herself falling for his charms. One evening after a couple of glasses of wine, she ends up undressing on the webcam for him and pleasuring herself by engaging in something she’s never tried before, cybersex, which enables her to reach the dizzy heights of rapture. A feeling so erotic, powerful, and comforting, that she keeps yearning for more to sooth her emotional pain.

The cybersex starts to become an addiction as she begins to lose touch with reality. But is Romeo who he says he is, and will she finally get to meet her Latin lothario?

A cybernet ‘Romeo’ goes to great lengths to seduce his would be Juliet. This is not your mama’s Shakespeare by a long shot.

Indecent Seduction brings to light some things a lot of us take for granted. With the invention of computer and internet came the ability to connect with people living all around the world. While there are a lot of positives to that, we have to keep in mind the negatives for the purpose of our own safety.

The best thing about this story was the ending.

There were some negatives. The beginning needs some work. The character representation at the beginning was not as strong as it could have been. It felt that Miss Star was not sure of how best to portray some of the characters.

What she did do well was in trying to keep it real. Plausible. This is story that could be a lonely woman’s fantasy at best and nightmare at worst, but it could happen.

When Olivia’s husband leaves for her for a younger woman she completely breaks down. But then she meets a strange man online and starts chatting. Chatting leads to more personal and graphic escapades. She starts to gain back and build up a new self again. Every action has its consequence, good or bad.

The plot at first was a little hazy and uncertain but she came on strong and developed a worthy ending for the situation.

I would very much recommend this to readers who look for romantic fiction that closely resembles reality.

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