When I first delved into this delicious read by writer Fiona Zedde, I was pleasantly surprised by her vibrant and descriptive language. She gave great, in-depth insight into the two main characters, Mayson and Renee, best friends from childhood both seeking pleasure in their own varying ways.
Fiona was able to maintain searing heat through passage after passage. Free from redundancy and predictability, I received what I didn't even know I was looking for - sheer, carefree satisfaction.
Renee, fresh out of a painful divorce, is convinced that detached, anonymous sex is just what the doctor while Mayson on the other hand feels that detached, but not necessarily anonymous sex is what will save her from any potential pain.
Both women walk the very fine line between pleasure and pain, and it is the pain that brings the ultimate pleasure, the breath-taking, eye-popping, twist of a climax to this fine novel.
I gave four stars only because I wanted/needed more of a "hint" of what would ultimately come at the end. It seemed too hurried to be believably authentic, but I was extremely impressed with the quality of the author's writing and the attention to detail. The story was tight and together. The scences were vivid and life-like, the situations believable.
I would absolutely recommend this fast-paced page-turner.