Monday, 19 March 2018

Review: Lucy by Anna Ambrose

Born into a strictly religious family, nineteen-year-old Lucy Whitman likes to think she's gotten past her stifling upbringing. After all, she's not a virgin. But when her best guy friend of ten years admits he's part of a community with an "open-door policy" on sex, Lucy is intrigued. She's always wanted Rylan with a fierceness bordering on obsession, but he has never treated her as anything other than a sister.

Getting him to agree to take her may be her only shot at having him in her bed, but Rylan's reluctant agreement comes with three stipulations.
One: she can't tell anyone.
Two: she'll have to be okay with him being her main partner, even if it's completely weird for them both.
Three: she has to do anything he tells her to-no questions asked.

Lucy knows promising to obey is her best chance to venture outside the box. Now if she can only find the courage to let go of her inhibitions, she'll have the perfect opportunity to discover her true self while going after exactly what she wants - Ry

Claire's Review 5 of 5 Stars

Wow, for a debut this is amazing!

This is the short story of Lucy, a nineteen-year-old, from a religious family. After finding out her boyfriend was spotted at a sex house by her best friend Rylan, she is intrigued by the idea and begs Rylan to take her, even though she knows this will change their friendship forever. Lucy has always had a thing for Rylan, but he has never noticed her, or so she thinks.

This story was HOT! I do not advise reading this in a public place! The chemistry between Lucy and Rylan was off the charts. This Novella was written so well that you could picture every moment in your head and keeps you glued from beginning to end.

I'm really looking forward to reading the next part of the series. I would love to see a prequel as well to find out how Rylan was drawn to the open door lifestyle in the first place.

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