This book is ubiquitously described as “erotic”; something, evidently, is turning people on. But what? It can’t be the sex scenes. They are brief, sporadic and tamer than a Legoland tea party. Basically, there’s a lot of chat about bondage that doesn’t happen. It may seem kinky at first glance, but look again: this is a book that puts the “b” into anal. At one point, a man’s penis is referred to as “his essentials”. It’s so un-erotic, you could read it to sex offenders and call it therapy.
I hate the series, and this article is hilarious.