Aching for Marvin by Mehry Inett

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Reviews: "I usually never give a 5 star rating to novellas.""It had it all; steamy, fun, embarrassing, annoying, cute scenes...""I never expected to love it this much! I'm pleasantly surprised, as well as a little speechless. I definitely recommend it." Rebecca G, Kindle Fever."Bloody hilarious...""There were smiles, chuckles and even a belly-laugh sprinkled throughout.""... highly recommended." Toni Hibberd.

Aching for MarvinWe all have our devices...
Christa Vanderveldt is desperate to rekindle her ten-year marriage - and it needs a flamethrower, not a match. A vacation at a five-star resort is just the thing she needs to distract hot-shot husband Miles from his financial affairs. Her brand new wardrobe and buffed, bikini-ready body should provide enough fuel to make him take a good, hard look at her own assets.

But Christa hasn't counted on her mother-in-law joining them - supposedly to look after their three children. Yet Grandma Vanderveldt is not the easiest holiday companion and Christa can't help feeling her grand seduction won't quite go to plan.

And she hasn't even met Marvin yet.
Aching for Marvin is a light-hearted romance by erotic author Mehry Inett. The 11,000 word novella features some graphic scenes - perfect for frisky adults, but not for younger readers.

was nowhere to have sex. It was a five star resort, so it had
everything else. The sandy beach had just enough sun loungers, dotted
among palm trees, with waiters to bring cocktails and buckets and
spades. The swimming pool's clean water was warm enough to walk into
without flinching. It even had a waterfall, with a hidden space
behind it. Christa had tried luring Miles under the water into
seclusion in the hope of stealing a kiss and maybe more. A shoal of
children followed them, their chatter echoing from the plastic rocks.

the first day of the vacation, she had scouted every part of the
resort. The golf course was too busy, the business lounge too
sterile, the restaurant was too public, the lobby too uncomfortable,
the the casino had too many cameras and the room had one too many

could see the logic behind Miles's mother joining them. It was
exhausting enough looking after their three children at home, with
the help of a full-time nanny. Neither of them was keen on the idea
of being outnumbered by their brood for a whole two weeks. But
Christa had blanched at Miles's suggestion that they take Perpetua.
She was confident that she was younger, thinner, prettier, blonder,
better groomed and with perkier tits than the Mexican. Still, she
didn't want to take the risk of Miles seeing their nanny as a sexual
creature. She could imagine his gaze following her breasts, jiggling
up and down in a bikini as she chased after their youngest son.


About Mehry Inett

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Published April 7, 2011 by Puppeteer Press. 30 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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