Saturday, October 18, 2008

I SHAGGED THE SHERIFF by Nancy Lindquist

Erotic Contemporary BDSM
Sensuality Rating: Explicit Sexual Content
Loose Id
ISBN# 978-1-59632-488-6
128 pages
eBook - Available now

Rating: 4.5 Enchantments

Meet the wild woman of Boxer County, Florida, Daisy Mae Patridge. Daisy once dressed up as a condom fairy for Halloween and worked as a birth control counselor in Tampa. Now she is back home and sells illegal contraband - dildos and vibrators, whips and restraints, lube and lingerie. Wild Daisy wants to sexually liberate the town's women, but earth-shattering orgasms from a toy are not enough for Daisy; she also yearns to find acceptance and love.

Meet the law in this conservative town, Tom Williams. When his father died, Tom turned down a police job in Tampa to stay in town as the local law enforcement. Trying to uphold the image he had of his old-fashioned father, he turned off the wilder side of himself to become serious and a joyless stick-in-the-mud.

Daisy and Tom have a complicated history, so when Daisy comes back to town to settle in for good, the two avoid each other. Daisy is a hard-core left-wing feminist, while Tom has become the local law enforcement and has to worry about his reputation. Tom's mom wants to host a sex toys party, and Tom can't help but try to intervene - buying and selling sexual toys is illegal in Boxer County. Daisy is not someone to be intimidated by stupid laws or a handsome lawman. Spending the night in jail is a small price to pay for progress, isn't it? And when Daisy and Tom finally have kinky sex, does that change anything for them? Will the poor women of Boxer County become sexually liberated or will Daisy's effort be for nothing?

With humor, descriptive love scenes, and personable characters, Ms. Lindquist wrote a winner. It took me awhile to get into the story, but it was worth it. Tom, on occasion, acted like an uptight ass (his mother's words, not mine), but was very sweet and respectful to his mom even when she was the catalyst to his arresting Daisy. He struggled to merge the two separate sides of himself (upholder of the law versus personal beliefs), although his wilder side appeals more to Daisy and this particular reader. Daisy is a great character - full of liberal zest and seemingly uncaring of her reputation, yet the hints of hurt feelings and vulnerability she shows keep you rooting for her.

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