Twelve Doors to Ecstasy


12 doorsSynopsis:

Due to her religious upbringing, Tristina (Tryst) Sanyon has become a sexually repressed woman with intimacy issues. After breaking up with her boyfriend, who called her a fairy tale princess incarnate, Tryst becomes determined to push her sexual boundaries. She just doesn’t know how she’s going to do it.

Enter a mysterious millionaire who runs an organization that promises to ‘cure’ sexually inhibited women. When Tryst answers an newspaper ad that promises to make her more ‘complete,’ she finds herself in a situation where her deepest fantasies could end up becoming a dangerous prison.


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Selected Review:

5.0 out of 5 stars Scorching hot read.September 9, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Twelve Doors to Ecstasy is a book about a young woman’s adventures to awaken her sexuality. Tryst grew up in a very religious household, and because of this, she is inhibited sexually. When Tryst catches her live-in boyfriend trying to move out of their apartment while she’s gone, Tryst decides to answer an ad in the newspaper. The add is from an organization looking for sexually repressed women. That’s where her adventures begin. Tryst is given the opportunity to explore her sexuality by choosing doors on different floors. What`s happening behind the doors? Tryst must participate in whatever activity she finds. However, something sinister is taking place in the organization. Anderstech is run by a millionaire named Anders. He chooses the women for his organization in the hopes that they will stay with the organization, and he wants Tryst to be his queen.

This was another wonderful book by John Tucker. It had everything, and more, that I like about erotica. The storyline was intriguing. The erotic elements were scorching hot. The suspense had me reading way past my bedtime, I had to find out how it ended. And the ending had me begging for more. I really enjoyed this book and would love to read more about these characters in the future.

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