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Kiss it Better by Portia Da Costa


Kiss it Better by Portia Da Costa

Hot erotica from Portia da Costa - grande dame of Black Lace Jay Bentley is a man with issues. Haunted by physical and psychological demons, he seeks solace and sexual oblivion in the pursuit of an exquisite erotic daydream from his youth, and the reality of a woman who has illuminated his inner fantasies since a brief meeting years ago. Sandy Jackson has always known that a certain magic is 'missing' from her life. She's feisty and philosophical, but her dreams are filled with heated images of a handsome Prince Charming she once encountered, a man who will kiss everything better and thrill her with glorious, dangerous pleasure. But the past is an illusion, and the present fraught with conflict and uneasy compromise ... can two passionate lovers reconcile their differences and slake their burning sensual hunger for each other in a wild and daring liaison?

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Portia Da Costa is one of the most internationally renowned authors of erotica returning to Black Lace after a few years away.

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Publication date

4th June 2009


Portia Da Costa

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Black Lace an imprint of Ebury Publishing


288 pages


Erotic fiction



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