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The second book in the series knocks up the action several notches as Sylvie (“40s”) and Simon (22) somehow cross the age divide and have amazing sex when no one is looking (lace curtains block the view). Then they have it again and again and again and soon find themselves unable to stop, accidentally falling deeper into their emotions for each other. This is initially against the advice of all their friends, but behind their backs those same friends try to get in on the action, causing the world of the bored mature home-maker to collide with that of the horny young buck several times over. Something has to give – possibly the arm of the couch – but it won’t be a hand in marriage (that wouldn’t be exciting enough). In fact, it might have been easier not to bother telling anyone, but now that they know will Simon and Sylvie’s friends applaud them, berate them, or even try and join in? Follow the series and find out whether or not this type of passionate encounter should ever be made public.
Erotic Mathematics attempts to avoid the typical clichés and stereotypes of the erotic genre (a fantasy doesn’t have to be set in a fantasy world). In fact, it could be dubbed ‘Err-otic Fiction’ on account of all the awkward umms and aahs that occur in this type of relationship. But that doesn’t mean the story isn’t positively filthy in all the right places – more than enough to excite those who’ve been there before in an older-younger romance, as well as those curious readers who’d love to give it a go.
The first book in the series described how to get into such a breath-taking relationship, this one shows how to enjoy it even more, and the next book highlights how to get out with emotions intact.