Horny girlfriends, sex and the wonderful world of PAF

Our columnist Bob Howard was to receive a book called “Camille” (surprising, isn’t it?), but the channels of the press services being impenetrable, it was “Sex and the TV” that landed in his mailbox. Not letting himself be put off, Bob tasted it and gave us his culinary chronicle.

The title of this novel, by its analogy with the famous TV series “Sex in the city”, already lays the narrative foundations: a bunch of cheeky girlfriends, sex and the wonderful world of paf. The cover and its fourth sound “girly” but from “girly with a rabbit”, we are warned the sex scenes are “real” sex scenes. Of the chick-lit but not for a girl.

creamy romance

The previous adventures of Charlotte (the heroine), Deborah and Morgane were a success if I believe what the publisher (La Musardine) says. Octavie Delvaux therefore resumes her characters for a second season.

The story ? A young woman, Charlotte, Emeritus Cordon Bleu, has made a name for herself with her blog (see the tome 1 : Sex in the kitchen, which does not seem very hygienic to me). She then becomes a columnist in a program ofaccess prime-time. She’s going to have to make her place there (I dare not say her hole, the main purpose of this note is to make Camille laugh and, by the way, you too reader / reader) in the middle of the intrigues and other blows under the belt including a particularly rich one that will force our heroine and her friends to unite to save her honor and her budding career.

This novel baffled me a bit: I felt like I was tasting a big, mouth-watering cupcake, with flashy icing mixing zesty flavors of ginger, fun touches of citrus, and slightly thick layers of marshmallow.

Let’s start with the ginger, the sex scenes are from true sex scenes. Octavie Delvaux does not simper: we penetrate, we lick, we suck, we whip and we get whipped, we jerk off and we jerk off, we put on and get put on in joy and good humor, without taboos. bdsm, candaulism, swinging, lesbianism (no male homosexual practices but the heroine evokes an episode of the previous novel where she offered her lover this discovery) but without any vulgarity. And that’s a real pleasure, nothing gritty, sticky, Octavie Delvaux leads these coitus with skill.

But, because there is always a “but”, the vocabulary, the semantics, the images used sometimes seemed to me a little cliché : “the burning center of his anatomy”, “secret and unprecedented pleasures”, “She was rarely as excited as when she played sluts in front of her darling”, “She felt like she was swimming in a sea of ​​vice and bottomless pleasure.”, “Feeling his erection dug into her chasms of desire”, etc.

Erotic, romantic, homoristic

The words to describe sex are always difficult to find and handle: go browse the 50 shades of Gray to understand what eroticism is with an anemic style, it’s brutal. Octavie Delvaux, she stumbles a little but we must admit that she is doing quite well in the end; especially in the final erotic scene, the cliché scene par excellence: a fine sand beach under the moon and a couple of lovers. The author dynamites the scene (and a taboo) with the help of a string of which I will let you discover all the salt.

This 312-page novel is also a story in which the sexual, sentimental and professional stories of a group of very free friends intertwine, with a lot of humor. I’m thinking of Déborah, the dominatrix in love who doubts her vocation, allowing O.Delvaux to deliver some scathing and very amusing scenes. Some of these scenes are “censored”, but the author offers them to us on his blog.

Humor is very present in this book and it is a strong point of the narration. We laugh, we stay light and we have fun. The author even places here and there a few portraits or scenes that are as sharp as Charlotte’s kitchen knives.

The back cover stamps the novel as an “erotic and romantic comedy”. I can only confirm, but romanticism has often seemed to me artificial and a bit “cucul la praline”. Maybe it’s the side chick-lit who doesn’t come to me. Nevertheless my annoyance was only temporary, because overall I liked this book. It surprised me because I discovered a type of erotic story that I probably wouldn’t have read spontaneously. It’s a happy coincidence that caused this little spicy pastry to fail under my taste buds as readers of bad genres.

Sex and the TV is not a major book of eroticism but it is well written, sometimes surprising and we take pleasure in reading the sex stories of this group of girls. And it’s very good like that.


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