Saturday, 25 April 2015

Promo Post + Review - More Tea Vicar by Aurelia Fray

Title: More Tea Vicar
Author: Aurelia Fray
Pages: 43
Release date: 17th April 2015

Blurb from Goodreads:

Sophie Ann is what you would call a good girl. Never steps a foot out of line, lives to please her parents and works hard to achieve her goals, but Sophie's life isn't as great as it should be.
Ruled by an overbearing mother, struggling to get a new business off the ground and facing a future she doesn't want, Sophie allows herself one indulgence - One-night with Lewis Gordon. A man who is everything her mother would hate, everything she will never be permitted to have and everything she really needs to feel like her own woman. But will one night be enough? Can Sophie reconcile one night of pleasure with a potential future as a boring Vicar's wife?
The only thing Sophie knows for sure is that nothing ever really goes to plan.

This is a short erotic story suitable for 18+ readers.

About the Author

Aurelia Fray is the naughty Hyde side of a rather ordinary woman. Whenever her mistress lets her out to play, there are sure to be tales worth telling. She lives and works in London, England, enjoys all things artistic and spends most of her time buried in books or paint. 
With a degree in English literature and a love of all things wordy it is no real surprise she adores penning salacious stories. She has won various short story and poetry competitions and suspects that her foray into erotic literature will be a titillating adventure for author and readers alike.

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   *I bought a copy of this book*

5/5 stars

Sophie Ann never does anything bad. With her interfering mother and a struggling new business, her life is dull.
One night Sophie decides to do something bad - she has a one-night stand with the very sexy Lewis Gordon.

'More Tea Vicar?' is a quick and well-written read.
Sophie was likeable and I enjoyed reading about her life.
There was a happy ending and I would definitely love to read more about Sophie and Lewis.

A short but sweet and spicy read, 'More Tea Vicar?' will leave you wanting more.