The Backstage Pass

Lindy S. Hudis

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The Backstage Pass

The Backstage Pass In The Backstage Pass the third installment of the erotic Devon and Desiree series Devon the bodacious red headed Dominatrix is hanging out at Laura s Lair the popular SM club in L A With her as

  • Title: The Backstage Pass
  • Author: Lindy S. Hudis
  • ISBN: 4010201629901
  • Page: 371
  • Format: None
  • In The Backstage Pass, the third installment of the erotic Devon and Desiree series, Devon, the bodacious red headed Dominatrix, is hanging out at Laura s Lair, the popular SM club in L.A With her, as always, is her BFF and side kick, the sultry blonde Desiree The gals are having a slow day at the office until Devon s mom, Beth, shows up and rocks their world BetIn The Backstage Pass, the third installment of the erotic Devon and Desiree series, Devon, the bodacious red headed Dominatrix, is hanging out at Laura s Lair, the popular SM club in L.A With her, as always, is her BFF and side kick, the sultry blonde Desiree The gals are having a slow day at the office until Devon s mom, Beth, shows up and rocks their world Beth, an auburn haired MILF with killer curves and a scandalous past, wants to take the gals out for drinks, but before she does that she takes them back in time to the outrageous 80s when it was all about sex, drugs, and rock and roll.

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    1. Jay on said:

      This copy kindly provided by NetGalley on behalf of the publisher. Labelled on NetGalley as erotica I found it to be boring, juvenile, and not erotic in the slightest. Realising this is the third installment of the erotic Devon and Desiree series, I have no desire at all to find & read the previous installments.

    2. HornFan2 (Mike) on said:

      This is the third installment in the erotic adventures of Devon and Desiree series. It wasn't that bad as Devon's mother drops by the S&M Club they work at, then proceeds to tell the story of how she lost her virginity to her favorite 80's rock star guitarist Teddy Thunder. While it's a little boring, yet Hudis easily could have gotten a little kinkier by having Desiree who gets horny, then makes out with Devon's mom. Or just had these two kinky ladies going to a concert to see a hot new ban [...]

    3. Barbara on said:

      I recieved a copy of this book through Net Galley (thank you!) This is one hot short story brimming with heavily detailed language, I'd recommend this to anyone who has lusted over a rock star. (Wait, is that almost everyone? Yep.) That said, there was a bit of repetitive language that distracted me while reading this, (multiple uses of virgin as a descriptor when another word could have been used, "rock star penis" shows up twice but did he have to refer to it that way? Was that just his narcis [...]

    4. Paul Franco on said:

      A cute short story about a woman losing her virginity to an 80s rocker, as told to her daughter’s friend. This is part of a series, but I didn’t need the others to know what was going on, especially since it’s all explained in the small opening before Cougar Mom gets there. There’s rock-star sex, lots of descriptions of the 80s, plenty of uncomfortableness for the woman who has to listen to her mom talk about sex, but most of all it’s loaded with plenty of humor, which is ultimately wh [...]

    5. Morgan Chalfant on said:

      A quick and entertaining read for anyone who likes erotic fiction. I am probably not the target audience for this, but I found myself wanting to keep reading. Someone reflecting about the romantic events from her past was a good trope to use for this story and keeps the reader connected (I'm sure there are a decent amount of people who can relate to the ideas here). The more erotic scenes are tough to write and I felt Hudis did a good job with it, without overwriting any of the parts.

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