Sugar Bush by Giselle Renarde


Sugar Bush by Giselle Renarde
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday
Length : Short Story (19 pgs)
Other: BDSM, F/F, Fetish
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Thistledown

The island will always be home to Jeanette. Every year, she returns from the city to spend Christmas with Nanaate’s family. Boxing Day, it’s BDSM in the sugar bush. Nanaate worries their annual tradition of bondage and temperature play might be harming Jeanette’s chance of finding true love in the city, but Jeanette knows better. Their relationship transcends all things, but if Jeanette can’t make Nanaate understand, this year’s visit could well be their last.

Coming home for Christmas to see your married lover is a treat, especially when her husband knows just what you are up to.

Every year Jeanette comes back to her island home to visit her longtime friend and lover, Nanaate. Married with kids, Christmas is a special time for Jeannette and Nanaate to go up to sugar bush and reacquaint themselves with each other, both in body and spirit. Rich with cultural elements and a full and transcendent love, this story was a wonderful read.

Visiting the sugar shack, Jeanette longs to be tied down and covered in sticky hot syrup as her lover lavishes her with girl on girl affection. This short story was erotic to the core and every touch, sensation and elemental experience was right there for the reader to experience.

The touch of the hot sugar syrup scorches Jeanette’s skin, making her hot for her lover. This is the thing that keeps her going in her life in the city. She knows Nanaate has a life with her husband and family, but this…this is theirs alone. It must be enough. It is.

Author Giselle Renarde does a beautiful job capturing the island feel and culture while at the same time giving us a sensual story that curls deep inside while we turn the pages. While a short read (darn!), I was happily in love with these richly done characters.

If you want a short f/f holiday story to heat your winter nights, then this one is one you must add to your TBR list.

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