Portia Da Costa
By Voluptasse I was immediately piqued, Diamonds in the Rough sounded exactly what I needed. A plot that I could really sink my teeth into and I wasn’t disappointed. I don’t want to give too much of the story away but after spending 7 years apart the cousins meet again and embark upon a battle of sexual wills that take them dancing erotically on a dark and mysterious path. However, the relationship between Adela and Wilson has been anything but normal and when incriminating letters disappear. Secrets that could shake the family to the core threaten their newfound happiness and Adela and Wilson must work together to put the ghosts of the past to rest before destroy everything they hold dear.
By Kinky Cornish The book starts with the leading female (Lizzie) and leading male (John) meeting in a hotel bar where he mistakenly thinks she is a high end call girl, she decides to go along with it for fun as he is obviously stunningly gorgeous and so the story begins. It's a bit similar to pretty woman in that he buys up all her free time whilst he is there on business and when together their feelings for each other grow. Lizzie is worrying during this how to tell him she is not actually 'Bettie the call girl' which she discuses with the obligatory gay housemate.
This story sees us getting to know a girl called Lizzie, fairly normal, vanilla and with an ordinary office job. Mistaken for a call girl by the handsome older gentleman in a bar one night, we are taken on a voyage through the eyes of both parties. Lizzie feeling that she needs to live up to the erotic and exotic world of call girls, as she sees it; while John Smith (yes, that's his real name, even Lizzie can't believe it) becomes more and more suspicious of her authenticity as a call girl, despite her eagerness to please him in whichever way he sees fit.