Escape to Ecstasy Author:Jodi Lynn Copeland Sexual healing... there's nothing like it. And Ecstasy Island is where it happens. Meet two heroes who know exactly how to vanquish a woman's every fear and teach her to love -- and fully live -- again. But this erotic escape is by invitation only... — Chris Cavanaugh considers it his calling to breathe new life into women with troubled pasts. Fr... more »om the moment he brings Claire Vaughn to the beautiful but isolated outpost of Ecstasy Island, he's surprised by her strength and spirit -- and held captive by her sensual imagination and skill, night after night after night...
Treah Baldwin believes in greeting each one of the women sent to him to be healed with a literal sexual awakening. His hands-on technique does wonders for body and soul. Dana Lancer has never experienced anything like it. Finding scorchingly hot erotic bliss in his muscular arms becomes a reality straight out of her wildest dreams...« less
my biggest complaint about this book (and I didn't even finish it) is that in reading the dialogue (especially the hero's) I was thinking what guy would ever say something like that??? Mostly in the choice of words or phrases. The premise was kind of ridiculous as well and I couldn't really identify with the characters. I can't imagine being anything other than extremely angry to be drugged and dragged from my house (and it's doubtful I would then immediately fall into bed with the hottie who did this to me).
This book was soooo awful. To believe in any part of this story or its' characters, you would have to freeze-dry your brain & have it pickled in formaldehyde. I haven't read anything this bad in years (thank god!) If I met anyone who acted like these characters, I would run as fast & as far away as possible. Even the descriptions of 'hot sex' get tedious after a while. If I were you, I would run away from this book.