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The best dreams are made of naughty and spice.
Play Doctor, Book 1
Rebecca Williams is about to achieve her goal of graduating from a prestigious university and winning a coveted spot in her mentor’s cutting-edge psychology practice. She just needs one more qualification: sexual experience. She never dreamed it would come at the hands of the man she’s admired and wanted for six years. Dr. Kurt Foster.
Kurt, a brilliant psychologist in the field of sexual therapy, is a scientist to the core. Attraction and lust are nothing more than chemical reactions, in his clinical opinion. Love? It’s just a figment of the imagination born of nature’s directives. He’s on the brink of proving it with a new machine that uncovers latent desires.
In short order, Becca’s forbidden lust for her boss is exposed. As Kurt continues to enlighten her on the darker facets of her sexuality, the student unexpectedly becomes the teacher.
And suddenly Kurt is confronted with the irrefutable proof that love is so much more than a societal construction.
Warning: This book is only suitable for readers who are turned on by hot doctors engaging in sexual experiments, bondage, ménage a trois, exhibitionism, suspension, anal sex and other deviant behavior using mechanical stimulation devices they’ve invented to make your wildest dreams come true.
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5 Lips – “Pass me some water and a fan because I need it after reading Jayne Rylon’s Dream Machine. Hot, inventive, and risqué in the right way, Dream Machine straps you in and delivers a sexy onslaught of fantasies.” Two Lip Reviews
4 1/2 Wine Glasses, I Read Romance, “When you read a lot of romance novels, like I do, you tend to become blasé about the sexual encounters of characters. Oooh, he’s dominant, she’s a natural submissive. So what? He’s hung like a moose and she’s practically a virgin. Big deal! But the way Ms. Rylon approaches every encounter, with the freshness and vividness of first-time occurrences – for both characters – grabs the reader’s attention and holds it firmly in her grasp. I’m still trying to calm my pulse from the last two or three intimate scenes (heck, all of them). Then you add the natural reluctance of characters to share their feelings for fear of rejection, and you have a rich bouquet of emotions and dialog that enhance the overall experience.”