2 out of 5 Stars
Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Darcy are content with their lives, in and out of their private chambers. When the Bingleys visit to search for their own estate in Derbyshire, Jane’s pregnancy serves as a reminder of the one thing that would complete their lives; an heir for Pemberley. Concerned by the strain their company has brought, Mr. Darcy decides to treat Elizabeth to a honeymoon trip to focus on the joy of their own relationship.
Sequestered on a private holiday they discover the bliss of impropriety.
Mr. Darcy’s Mermaid is a romantic and sensual interlude intended for those 18 and older.
*WARNING* this review may contain some explicit content! (… But, when AREN’T my reviews explicit?? 😅)
Well, since this novella is SUPER short, this review is going to be short and sweet. First of all, NORMA DE PLUME?? 🤔🤣🤣 That is the best author pen name I’ve ever seen!!
Secondly, this story is pretty much an excuse to write about Darcy and Lizzie having a bunch of sex. Which frankly, always weirds me out! I can also never get over some of the words that authors use for people’s body bits and bobs. This one had some REAL GEMS!!
“Elizabeth’s hand found his velvet lightning rod beneath her as her plump nether lips presented their warmth and evidence of arousal to Darcy’s torso. Moaning into Lizzy’s caresses, Darcy palmed Elizabeth’s luscious globes, spreading them to ease the entrance of his masculinity.”
“Velvet lightning rod”? “luscious globes”?? HA HA HA!! It’s always hard for me to get all steamed up with some of these word choices.
Which leads me to a question:
What are some of your favourite terms for parts of the body?? Has anyone seen any really good ones lately? (to be clear, WORDS. Not parts of the body! 😉)
Share in the comments below!
And, because I just can’t help myself sometimes....
Mr. Darcy’s Mermaid is Best Served with a Slippery Nipple Shot
Get it?? Mermaid… water…. SLIPPERY?!! Sometimes, I kill myself….
- 1/2 oz White Sambuca Liqueur
- 1/2 oz Irish Cream Liqueur
- 1 cherry or drop of grenadine
- Pour in white Sambuca
- Add cherry or grenadine for the “nipple”
- Slowly top with Irish cream by pouring over the back of a spoon