Synopses & Reviews
Cathryn Fox kicks off her Pleasure Games series with the erotic romance Pleasure Control
, in which a most unexpected couple discovers their hidden desires are about to be exposed.
In Pleasure Control, straight-laced scientist Laura Manning works to create a drug to calm the libidos of men who've overdone the Viagra, only to find herself swept up in unexpected sexual adventures with a coworker.
Lauras colleague Jay Cutler agrees to be a human test subject for the potion shes developing, but theyre both titillated to discover that it has the opposite effect intended: Jay's sexual desire goes through the roof, and Laura becomes a willing participant in the sexual adventures that come next...
Spicy and provocative, Pleasure Control is an erotic romp thats sure to entice fans of Fifty Shades of Grey and Sylvia Day.
In the first book of Cathryn Fox's erotic Pleasure Games series, an unlikely couple is immersed in a sensual experiment that exposes all their hidden desires
As Laura Manning goes to work each day, she wonders why so many women seem to want to curb their husbands' desires. The lab where she works is developing a drug to calm the supposedly oversexed men who've overdone the Viagra. Butunderneath Laura's pristine white lab coat beats the heart of a woman who longs to let her inhibitions go wild. So when her coworker Jay decides to be a human guinea pig and test their potion, the most amazing thing happens. The potion does the opposite of what they'd expected—Jay's sexual desire goes through the roof, and Laura becomes a willing participant in a mind-blowing sexual adventure where desire is veering out of control . . .
About the Author
A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Cathryn Fox has two teenagers who keep her busy and a husband who is convinced he can turn her into a mixed martial arts fan. Cathryn can never find balance in her life and is always trying to keep up with emails, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. She spends her days writing page-turning books filled with heat and heart, and loves to hear from her readers.