“Dublin Street” a novel that will put “50 Shades” to shame

It was to be expected that after the huge success of the “50 Shades” trilogy, more books with the same or similar themes would appear on the market. The book “Dublin Street” by writer Samantha Young has arrived on our market, published by Laguna.


The story follows an American woman, who leaves the USA in the desire to start a new life and leave all the tragedies that happened to her behind, which takes her all the way to distant Scotland.

Alone, cautious, reserved towards new acquaintances, Jocelyn enjoys the single life until she moves to “Dublin Street”, where she meets a man who will shake her world.

Accustomed to getting every woman he wants in his life, the reservedness of the American woman is a challenge for the stubborn Scott Brayden, so he makes her an offer for casual companionship while satisfying mutual attraction. Sound familiar?

This novel is characterized as erotic, but compared to “50 Shades”, those who have read it say that this is a much milder variant as far as explicit descriptions of sexual games are concerned.

The novel, they claim, is passionate, dangerously romantic and enchanting, it introduces us to the power of love. A continuation is expected in May this year.

Not bad for a light beach read this summer.

Source: LifePress magazin by lifepressmagazin.com.

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