Time for another Book Review on Don’t Stop Living and one with a sexy nature to it and an intriguing title. It’s also the third book I am reviewing with a Costa Rican edge to it! That’s because I already reviewed Deacon Blake’s book Mercenary Justice (Deacon runs the Hemingway Inn in San Jose) and author and Costa Rica expert Michael Miller’s guide book to San Jose.
Testing the Limits is the first sensational series of real sexy adventures. Two leg-rubbing, eye-popping, tongue-wetting tales of travelers being thrown into situations where “rules” is just a word and desire becomes a motive for blind-action. Hmmm…
Tale One I’m Done Wondering – Visiting Miami for the first time, Clarise experiences a life changing moment when she discovers there is more to Miami than just the tropical cuisine.
Miami is hot during the day, but the real heat rised during night. Come along with Clarise as she explores her desires amidst the tantalizing setting of the Magic City, Miami.
Tale Two Rediscovering Our Animal Side – Tsk, tsk Costa Rica. Pleasures are bountiful, and undoubtedly tempting in this bio-diverse country. But does this lush land make men prey to their wanton desires?
Mike, Sam and Beatrice went on a two week Costa Rican getaway to escape the realities of transitioning from academia life to entering the workforce. This respite was done to reclaim an iota of personal freedom, but discovered liberation comes in many forms.
Set in the beautiful vast foliage of the Costa Rican rain forest, the trio learn more about each other, their desires and a culture unlike theirs.
Adventures of the Traveling Sex Bunnies was begot by OAJ (On A Junket), a travel story website that houses hundreds of stories from active travelers. Surprisingly, many of the submissions to OAJ were pretty much tongue-in-cheek (travelers can be a horny bunch). So, we decided to spotlight these sexy stories in a nice glossy, digital ebook.
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