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Step-Sister's Secret

4.17  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Step-Sister’s Secret is the story of what happens when Sara, a teenage girl with purple hair, glasses and a dirty mind finds her step-brother’s collection of dirty stories in his room when he is away at college.When she confronts him about them and their illicit nature, the siblings are pulled into an intense whirlwind of seduction, tension, guilt and sex.

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Published November 25th 2011 by Writing Dirty Books
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Jul 21, 2013 Sunny rated it did not like it
As the name suggests, the book is on the taboo subject of step-siblings having a physical relationship. The plus point of the book is that apart of focusing on the "bedroom scenes", which squarely lay the book in "erotica" category, it also focuses on at least one of the main protagonists' emotional journey of coming in terms with what his heart desires.

Also, no doubt, some of the sex sequences are rather hot, and the level of hotness is increased manifold because of the tension caused by conce
Sep 26, 2013 Dianne rated it really liked it
This was a very well-written short erotica story. For once, I didn't feel like I was just reading porn. It's a tale of taboo and secrets between step-siblings. It was hot for most of the book but then I felt when it was actually time for the siblings to "get together," it was rushed to me. I also felt like the ending was a little disappointing. I just felt like the ending was left open for another book. Besides that, it was a very interesting story. Good freebie!
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