Saturday, October 22, 2016

Review: I Can Do It Better by Rob Matthews

I didn't have much time for reading this past week, however I had the good fortune of choosing a particularly good piece of cuckold/hotwife erotica for the time I had. Here are my thoughts on I Can Do It Better (A Cuckold Odyssey #2) by Rob Matthews.

Shaun's rating:

I Can Do It Better is book two of the Cuckold Odyssey series. I have not read book one (Come Home With Us), but I was pleased that I Can Do It Better worked fine as a stand alone piece. 

Rob and Tina (our protagonists) had apparently met some difficulties in book one but they have overcome those challenges and are continuing forward in the cuckold/hotwife lifestyle. They have met a couple (Emma and Ben) who are new to the lifestyle and while they begin to build a friendship and offer advice to the new couple there is also a bit of competition that develops between Tina and Emma. Tina has designs on the stud that Emma has chosen to cuckold Ben, but maybe Tina isn't the hottest wife in town anymore. At the same time Adam, a man Tina and Rob met at a club and who Tina was not attracted to, is subtly working his own seduction of her.

This is a terrific piece of erotica that is hot, sexy, and fun to read. The characters are well developed with depth and complexity. The emotions experienced by the men and women in the story are explored in a way that brings the characters, and the story itself, alive to the reader. I very much enjoyed how the author managed to allow us to see a glimpse into the emotions experienced by the women in this story even though it was told from Rob's point of view.

 The erotic scenes are very well done, steamy without being overdone. It's a definite spank bank book, if you're into cuckold/hotwife fiction. 

The editing was terrific. The book read smoothly with nothing that caused me even a moments pause from the story.

 I'm giving I Can Do It Better four and one half out of five paddles. I highly recommend this for cuckold/hotwife fans. I Can Do It Better is due to be released December 1, 2016. You can pre-order the paperback version now.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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