I’m a little worried about you, so I’m saying this as your friend: Put down the remote and stop surfing for Tiger dish!
Your time would be better spent – and the acting of the female leads more engaging – if you simply rented the adult flicks they starred in before PGA Boy jumped all oats-sowing, Peter Pan-syndrome sportin’ bonehead, and catapulted the bodacious babes to their life-imitates-reality-show 15 minutes of infamy.
Don’t get me wrong; the chicks have every right to make choices about how they earn a buck and express their sexualities as, and with, consenting adults. All’s I’m sayin’ is there’s sexier entertainment – and more emotionally satisfying happy endings – to be found in this, my
Top 5 Romances to Read After You’ve Maxed Out on Tiger Trash
5. “On Demand,” by Justine Elyot: A young woman’s confidence and sensuality blossom when she’s mistaken for a call girl in a swank hotel. From that moment on, exploring the power of that fantasy – and learning the exotic penchents and desires of those who love and play lustfully w/in that hotel – becomes her raison d’etre, and the reader’s most erotic pleasure.
4. “For Your Arms Only ,” by Caroline Linden: A valiant army officer’s spent years working for the Home Office and trying to find evidence that would exonerate him from charges of treason. Only problem? Everyone thinks he died a traitor at Waterloo. He returns home “risen from the dead” to take on estate duties, as honor demands and meets an unconventional woman who not only attracts him, but whose family secrets could keep him from restoring his honor.
3. “Tender to His Touch ,” by Adrianna Byrd: Some romances just keep up a girl up nights, whether it’s readin’ ‘em, or re-living ‘em. In the final Hollington Homecoming read, two classmates who didn’t know each other back in the day, meet in a smoldering scene – with absolutely no flesh on flesh – before the homecoming festivities begin. An agreed-upon one-weekend stand between two successful people just looking for rejuvenating sex turns into much more for Lucius. And he’s about to use all of his considerable sensual appeal to win Beverly – and considerable may be putting it too mildly – because revealing he’s growing fond of her doesn’t seem to be winning him the case.
2. “Crimson & Steam ,” by Liz Maverick: A fantastic treat with a steam-punk blast from the past! Paranormal delight in the form of a society of “others,” i.e. vamps, weres and mechs – engineered part-human beings – melds with a trip to Victorian England, where this very cool stratified city of danger and political drama began. “Crimson and Steam” features a too-honorable-for-his-own-and-everyone-else’s-good vampire hero, and the dynamic woman he’s trying not to love. Wicked. Cool.
And the Number 1 Aprés Tiger-Trash Read…
“Suddenly Sexy ,” by Linda Francis Lee: This oldie but goodie features womanizing pro golfer Jesse Chapman who flees to his hometown to rehab his rep after a media fiasco. He’s (re)met his match when the all-grown-up girl next door decides she wants him to dig her like he does the centerfold models he’s famous for loving/leaving. Watching Jesse decide whether, how and when to become all grown up, too, is a thing of beauty and definitely sexy stuff.
What're you gonna' be reading instead of watching the 24/7 Tiger train wreck? How much or little of a bore-a-thon do you find the Woods story?