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TAINT (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

S.L. Jennings
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“I loved the unpredictability of this book...the fact that I never saw any of the story coming made me a hundred different shades of giddy.” (True Story Book Blog)

“Finally, a book from a man’s point of view that captures the essence of the male thinking.” (TotallyBooked)

“Taint has everything you want in a book. The heat factor, the angst, the attraction, and no, it’s not all just sex.” (Schmexy Girl Book Blog)

“S.L. Jennings has written a novel that made me abandon my moral values, concede my convictions, and root for the wrong man....because he was SO right!” (Romantic Reading Escapes)


Right now, you’re probably asking yourself two things:
Who am I?
And, what the hell are you doing here?
Let’s start with the most obvious question, shall we?

You’re here, ladies, because you can’t f*ck.

Oh, stop it. Don’t cringe. No one under the age of 80 clutches their pearls.
You might as well get used to it, because for the next six weeks, you’re going to hear that word a lot. And you’re going to say it a lot.
Go ahead, try it out on your tongue. F*ck. F***ck.

Ok, good. Now where were we?

If you enrolled yourself in this program then you are wholly aware that you’re a lousy lay. Good for you. Admitting it is half the battle.

For those of you that have been sent here by your husband or significant other, dry your tears and get over it. You’ve been given a gift, ladies. The gift of mind-blowing, wall-climbing, multiple-orgasm-inducing sex. You have the opportunity to f*ck like a porn star. And I guarantee, you will when I’m done with you.

And who am I?
Well, for the next six weeks, I will be your lover, your teacher, your best friend, and your worst enemy. Your every-f*cking-thing. I’m the one who is going to save your relationship and your sex life.

I am Justice Drake.
And I turn housewives into whores.
Now…who’s first?


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Wow, have you read this blurb? After reading that one, I simply HAD to read the book. I wanted to find out more about this arrogant man and his outrageous line of work. Taint was an easy-to-read book that was beautifully written but was also kind of shallow.

Justice Drake was exactly what I expected and maybe even a little bit more. From the beginning, he was cynical, arrogant and also extremely bitter and lonely. I would have loved him as a main character if it wasn't for his sudden changes of attitude.

First, he doesn't seem to care for his lady clients at all. In his mind, he doesn't talk about them in a nice way. He thinks they're only there to look good for their husbands, clean, cook, become children and that none of them know how to really satisfy a man. And I'm pretty sure none of these uber-rich women clean or cook, by the way. I thought, this already shows that he's maybe hurt or angry because he lashes out at them and they're haven't done anything wrong.

Well, in the end, he's proud of "his" ladies and he pities them because of their stupid-ass husbands and I only thought. Huh? Where does this change of mind suddenly come from? So that's why I felt ambigious about the MC.

What I loved what Justice's interior monologues. He was hilarious how he kept chastising himself for becoming so girly whenever near Ally. I don't know how guys think and whether this is authentic but I can really imagine thinking them like that. So I thought the point of view was extremely well done.

I totally adored Ally, just like Justice did. She's this beautiful redhead, totally unconscious of her own beauty and sooo goofy. She's smart and funny and kind.
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As an avid reader of contemporary romance novels I'm used to stories about billionaires who fall in love and marry the love of their lives. With “Taint” I'm confronted with the reality: rich, cheating husbands, broken marriages and desperate wives. I love it and I'm really impressed with Jennings' choice of concept. It is a relation to reality I really appreciate. The idea that the male protagonist coaches married women how to seduce and satisfy their cheating husbands is priceless.

Jennings' writing style is detailed and literary. I favor stories with troubled characters and a lot of emotionality and emotions. I love books that let me laugh, tear up and cry and I downgrade books that contain emotional topics but can't transport the emotions. Jennings' “Taint” isn’t focus on the emotionality of the characters. Ally and Justice know and are used to the situation of cheating husbands and broken marriages. “Taint” is a story with a single storyline and Ally's and Justice's relationship in the center of the story. It has an interesting twist at the end of the book that I really liked. In my opinion the whole ending is great.

The story is written in Justice Drake's first-person narrative. He addresses the reader directly, interrupts his narration with thoughts and comments on the story and admits that he didn’t tell the whole truth. He tells the story in the presence. Most books tell the story in the female perspective or the narratives change between two narrators, “Taint” is one of the few books I read with only a male perspective. Justice's narrative adapts his personality and shows his current state of mind. His narration changes when his experiences with Ally change his point of view on relationships and cheating husbands.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good but not great 26. Mai 2014
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I did like the book and the story but honestly the ending kinda ruined it for me. I felt left hanging and felt like " what that's it " ?? I hope the story will be continued because I feel like Justice and Allison are unfinished business :)
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Everything from the plot to the choice of editor is misguided 21. Mai 2014
Von SM Book Obsessions - Veröffentlicht auf
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Justice Drake is a big Ahole. Also his name (sadly) isn't Taint. He's some kind of sexpert whose job it is to reinforce gender apartheid and grope his students. These students are married women who have been unknowingly sent on this sex course by their husbands because those same husbands will inevitably get bored of them. Because women, amirite? So in order to keep their meal tickets in their grasping, diamond-dripping hands, these women must become sex virtuosos. And as far as I can see, being a sex virtuoso involves nothing more than realising you have breasts, getting a proper bra and tonguing strippers. But Taint (I'm calling him Taint) can only teach his students how to be sexy by having strippers grind up on him during class (while they indulge in the most lipstick of lesbianism). Taint can't show the class the wonders of the female anatomy by showing them a 3D model or a short film, he must have a medical student (for extra credibility) strip and bring themselves off for them. And if the women want to feel good about themselves, they must strip to their underwear and parade themselves before him. Only he has the last word on whether their fault-ridden bodies are acceptable for their husbands.

So you're probably getting some hostility from me right now. To paraphrase the great philosopher Willam Belli, "My tone is very pointed right now." Look, I read romance. I love romance. I love ridiculously outdated alpha behaviour and silly virgins and baby billionaires and, yes, a lot of gender stereotypes. But this book offended me. It's an interesting concept, and it would work well as a way to demolish notions about society's expectations of women and their sexual obligations. But Jennings is happy to treat it seriously. These women are married to rich men who will leave them if they don't learn how to please them sexually. SO LET THEM LEAVE! GET A DAMN JOB! Am I expected to feel sorry for these women? To cheer them on in their endeavours to be lacklustre wh**** for their disinterested husbands just to keep their wallets topped up? Should I feel sorry for the heroine, Ally, as she stares mournfully into the distance, pondering her husband's runaway C***? I get that the husband is at fault here. Obviously. But when Ally is told that her husband sent her to Taint to learn how to better service him, why did she stay? Why didn't she say, as every sensible independent woman would, "F*** that. Gonna wash that man right outta my hair, gonna take my hips to a man who cares."

Husbands sending their wives to sex classes without their knowledge as a form of blackmail is disgusting. The women being a bit shuffly and shifty-eyed, knowing they are failing in their wifely duties is unsettling. Taint's words and teaching methods, his aggressive sexism and reinforcement of 'P*rny Women are the Only Women' propaganda is gross.

Jennings is a skilful writer but everything from the plot to the choice of editor is misguided. I don't want to read about sex as hollow-eyed currency (but dressed up as 'fun empowerment!'). I don't want to read about women eagerly drinking the Kool-Aid, afraid that their hot instructor will call them prudes if they object. And I don't want to see so many words used in the wrong context. Come on, people. Our vaginas are our own. And if your husband wants to claim he's cheating because you're not hot enough, leave the ba$tard.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Doesn't live up to the hype. 24. Mai 2014
Von Miranda BookWhore - Veröffentlicht auf
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Review for Taint by S.L. Jennings

Ever get so super excited for something you’re bouncing up and down and can’t freaking wait another second? So very excited that disappointment completely engulfs you when you realize unlike the “cool” kids you aren’t getting an advanced copy of something… you have to buy your own just like the rest of the lowly non-blogger types? (PS I love you readers I am just trying to make a point here.) Well, this is me with Taint. I wanted to be on the tour SO flipping bad. I wanted to get to brag with the “cool” kids that I read it before it could be bought… I wasn’t cool enough. Which is fine, I bought my copy because again I was SO flipping excited to read Taint. The hype around this book was crazy good. Every blog from the biggest coolest of the kids to the little lowly just started outs had this book plastered on their feeds. (Whoever did the PR on this book needs a big huge round of applause. Bravo, really.) You are all, okay, okay get to the point wh**e-face. Here is the point. D I S A P P O I N T M E N T.

And now I’m glad I didn’t get the advanced copy of the book because let’s be honest here, the pressure to conform to a good rating based on the fact that is was a free book is huge. I don’t conform, in fact most times I tell the tour people I can’t review it because FML I don’t want to be the blogger that authors hate because I started bashing peoples hard work. I recognize that the author busted her buns and poured a ton of effort and time into this book and I appreciate that effort, but in the end I’m still left sitting here wondering what I just read and WHERE the book that was so widely hyped up is… did I buy the wrong book? Nope, it says it’s Taint.

I’m sure you can gather from all of that, I’m not giving Taint an overly glowing review. The idea behind the book is fairly original — I think that’s where most of the hype for it came from. Who doesn’t want to read about a super sexy alpha man awakening a sex kitten from a prudish, uptight chic? I jumped right on that band-wagon and was ready to ride off into the sunset with a couple extra pairs of panties and a certain special magic wand. Hi-Ho Silver!

Then I met this alpha man sex teacher… Justice Drake. Talk about a d**che-nozzle. And these women that he is giving the sexual healing to… are married to wealthy men who can’t keep it in their pants. So, it’s the woman's fault. She isn’t dirty enough in the sack to keep her husband happy so off she goes to Oasis to learn how to be a skank. She’s not going as a big screw YOU to the jerk so that she can better herself then kick her cheating jerk of a husband to the curb, no she is going there so she can find out how she is inferior and what to do to make her husband want her. (SMH)

Right there, the idea behind the book LOST me. I continued reading though because surely there is something here that can redeem this… I mean it just started.

Oh Mr. Drake… he was a serious jerk. I mean, had I been in his class with ten random girls from my neighborhood… we would have strung him by his dangle dos and beaten him. Not in the good form of beat either.

There is one character that completely stole the show for me — Allison Carr (Ally) she might be one of the upper class, but she is real. No botox, plastic surgery, bleaching, dying, or any other types of cosmetic improvements. Nope, she’s just her… curvy, red headed, freckle faced, with a laugh that is adorable… snorts and all. And with all of this Drake still finds a way to be a jerk to her.

Meanwhile, inside his head, he is all about Ally. He luuuuuurvvvvessss her. (Eye roll here) We go from him being a man-wh**e to him being a big ole softy ready to beg her to dump the husband and run away with him. I mean he is rich too so that should be enough. Oh and he can screw like a stallion and her husband can’t. Sounds like a win-win.

I’m going to go ahead and stop while I’m ahead here. The more I write the less I like the book and the stars keep fizzling out… Two stars for the storyline, frankly because the main character is a one-dimensional jerk and it’s only from HIS POV. He starts as a jerk and ends as a whipped puppy. I give it four stars for the smut, because Drake is a stallion after all. So overall, it’s a 3 star read. I’m sure my opinions are going to be the minority, but I refuse to lower myself to highly rating a much anticipated book because it’s expected instead of being honest. I appreciate that S.L. Jennings came up with an original idea, but the execution left something to be desired.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen 4.5 stars of Justice Drake 20. Mai 2014
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When reading the book blurb, you think it’s going to be nothing but hot sex every 20 pages, but you actually get a great male POV storyline, with character depth, touching moments, humorous moments, and the “house-crashing-down-around-us” moments. Yes, there is hot sex, but not overly done or in massive quantities, which I think fits the storyline. You see and hear the internal struggles of Justice, his wants and needs, and the dawning realization of being in love. This book surprised me on the story and twists, plus how much I enjoyed it. Granted, I’ve loved everything SL Jennings has written. It helped me get over a book slump and I would definitely recommend it.

I received a gift copy from the author.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of the best books I've read this year - AMAZING Angst...Perfect Passion...Flawless Emotion - you MUST experience Justice! 20. Mai 2014
Von Lisa Maurer - Veröffentlicht auf
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5 “angel” “lobster” Kisses!

Wow. Wow. Wow!!!! So I loved with an all consuming passion S.L. Jennings's first contemporary romance, Fear of Falling , it was one of my favorite reads of 2013 and officially made me a devotee of hers. Taint just made me her b!%@# for life and is one of my favorites reads of 2014…are we noticing a trend here? I’m hooked…sold…sign, sealed, delivered…she could write about snow melting on toilet paper and I. Will. Read. It. Probably with a dumb @#$ goofy grin on my face too…kinda like the one I’m wearing right now. But I’m getting ahead of myself. As usual. (I usually do when I love books as much as I loved this one!)

Justice Drake…umm…hello – I want to hump his name! Then I find out he’s a 6’2” bronzed god with dark hair, denim blue eyes and muscles for days and I was drooling. A lot. Then…he opens his mouth…and I’m done for. Physically…yes, Justice is the definition of perfection in my eyes and I may or may not have the strong desire to lick him from head to toe…but Lord have mercy his personality is spot on for making me putty in his hands. That’s honestly what I fell in love with first (I swear…I’m really not lying about this!)…his wit, his sarcasm, his humor – I got it, I loved it, I couldn’t get enough of it. He was that perfect combination of charming but cocky, smooth and sexy, alluring but sincere. I can’t even tell you how many times I burst out laughing at some dry thought he had…for example, one of my fav’s… ‘I clear my throat, praying that when I finally grow the balls to open my mouth, actual words and sounds will come out.’ I mean…I had high expectations of Justice in my head and he completely exceeded every single one of them. I am a self-proclaimed man w#@%# lover and Justice has to be one of the best I’ve ever read. I love getting inside their head, understanding what makes them tic and then, of course, that moment when everything changes and the girl who is usually behind it….there’s nothing better.

‘I’m a lot of things – crass, stubborn, brutally honest, egotistical – but one thing I am not, is careless. I know my boundaries, and I never cross them. In a business where lines can be easily blurred, those boundaries are outlined in black Sharpie, traced in gasoline, then set the f^@% on fire, ensuring that no one even gets close enough to inhale the fumes of temptation.
Yet, here I am, touching, tempting, tasting the limits. Begging to get burned by an angel with a halo of fire.’

Allison Elliot-Carr…oh Ally girl…my fiery angel…that’s a great word for Ally…fiery. It very much depicts who she is in my mind. She’s got such a fierce and spicy personality…I loved her and how she both complimented and challenged Justice. She didn’t give in or conform, she wasn’t perfect, she just was who she was. Unapologetic, quirky, funny, and genuine. I loved that she didn’t back down from Justice…from the moment he threw his know-it-all attitude in her face, she was persistent and fought to see through to the real man lying underneath the bravado. I felt bad for her…for her situation…she felt stuck to me and I think she blamed herself for things that weren’t her fault, which broke my heart. I also felt her confliction because she knew that her actions might not exactly be pure but everything she was feeling with Justice was so real and intense. I can’t lie, I would kill to get some of Ally’s POV with all this…as much as I adored her personality, I can only imagine how fabulous it would be inside her head.

‘Seems like I can’t stop the word vomit when I’m with her. There’s just something about Ally that distracts me just enough to forget myself, beckoning my truth like a siren’s call. I just want to tell her…everything.
Maybe we were friends in a past life. Or lovers.’

I’m such an angst w#@%# …and I loved the angst between Justice and Ally…I love the build…I loved that it was forbidden…and call me cliché but I loved how he fought it (cause he did!) and absolutely couldn’t resist her. Deep down, man w#@%# ways aside, job aside, past aside…Justice is a good guy. He may have an unconventional approach but his job is helping women…he just doesn’t sugar coat it…but there’s nothing wrong with that! I personally loved it! But back to J & A…they were so cute and normal together! I mean…their conversations, her either/or questions, eating ice cream together…their interactions were just so relaxed and casual and it was nice to just watch them get to know each other. The fact of what brought them together and why they were there just kind of…melted away and didn’t matter. I mean…yeah…so, they’re meeting is a little…different and their first encounter wasn’t ideal…and not many dudes know the girls entire history practically from birth like Justice does Ally but I think that’s part of what drew her to him. He needs different…he craves different – he can have and has had just about any girl out there…none of them have held his attention like Ally did…why? Because she’s not like all the other women that have come to Justice’s ‘workshops’…she’s not like all the other vapid socialites that are apart of that life…she’s not like every other girl that flocks to him…she’s unique…she doesn’t belong…just like him.

‘Kissing Ally would be so easy. Touching her, holding her, tasting her…it’d be like breathing.
I want to breathe. I want to inhale her in every way possible. I want her life to sustain me, her heartbeat to synchronize with mine.
But I don’t want to taint her. I don’t want her to be like me. A cheater. A deviant. An outcast. She deserves better, and I’m not better.’

All that angst was more than worth it…Ally and Justice are everything I could have ever dreamed for. I felt their passion…their connection…their pull – I think it’s physically impossible not to. Their sexual chemistry was just one more delicious layer of the A&J love fest that I was sucked into. I mean…Justice is walking sex to begin with…but hot d@#%! I was addicted. It was more that just sex…I keep going back to it but to me it was what made Justice and Ally, Justice and Ally. It really was all the small little details that when combined just makes them one of these perfectly amazing couples in my head…I don’t even know if I can pinpoint the moment they captured my heart but…they did. I loved that they built a friendship…they got to know each other more than just the bored housewife who can’t satisfy her husband and the guy who is going to help her bring the spark back to her marriage. They got to know each other as individuals…really see each other for more than just what everyone perceives. Obviously, the attraction is a given but to really hook a guy like Justice there has to be more than that…he can have any beautiful woman he wants…but Ally has this spark and personality that can’t be duplicated.

‘I know I want her body more than I want my next breath. And I know that meeting her, basking in her smiles and wanting her on me like a second skin has forever changed me. But can there ever be more? Can I spend every night counting her freckles, like I once counted the stars? Can I replace my sunrise with the vision of her sleeping beside me, fiery hair, wild and tangled all over her face? Can I swim in those too-big turquoise eyes and drown myself in her laughter every night?
I think the biggest question is, How can I not?’

I really cannot say enough good things about S.L.’s writing…I loved every word of it. I was compelled to read, never wanted to stop, was tortured when I had to stop…I was an obsessed woman hypnotized by this genius. I even loved the little details, like the chapter titles…something so small it can be easily overlooked some times but to me it was a build up…added to the anticipation of what was to come. I loved that it was completely from Justice’s POV because being in his brain is like a million birthday’s and Christmas’s combined but seriously, Ms. Jennings can write an amazing male POV. It wasn’t over the top, it felt real and genuine…never forced or fake…there was not one moment when I thought that this didn’t sound like a guy, which unfortunately can be a side effect of a woman writing a man’s POV but she nailed it IMO. The blend of angst and sexiness with humor and emotion just totally got me. Plus, I loved the unpredictability of this book…the fact that I never saw any of the story coming made me a hundred different shades of giddy – I was on the edge of my seat (another reason I couldn’t stop turning the pages!). There was no way to even fathom what might come out of Justice’s mouth next so trying to figure out what might happen next was just out of the question. I swear, I was holding my breath up until the very end and the entire last 10%, if I wasn’t crying then my jaw was on the ground.

‘I kiss her again just to keep my mouth from admitting that it was. The beginning of the end. The very start of the saddest goodbye in history. Because after tonight, she’ll walk away from me and go back to him, holding a piece of me in the palm of her hand. And whenever I look up at the sky at night, wondering where she is, if she’s happy, if Evan laughs at her corny jokes or smiles whenever she does, that empty space left behind within me will ache with remembrance. Because her light once filled it. She filled me in a way that nobody on this Earth could. And I’ll never feel whole again.’

So…of course...I loved the ending…I really did – it clean, simple and exactly what I could have hoped for leaving me with a peaceful smile on my face but…I’m a clinger. I always want more…and I don’t know if I could ever get enough of these two together. I know this is going to sound crazy, cause I did love that this is a standalone – it’s an amazing standalone and if S.L. never wrote about these two again I would be fine with that, but…I will gladly take a million and one books from Justice Drake’s POV if she decides to write them. And maybe a few books from Ally’s POV (just sayin’). Taint is an addictive angsty wonder with phenomenal characters and the perfect blend of sexiness, humor and emotion – hands down one of the best books I’ve read this year!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Justice. Drake. You're still reading this review??? 20. Mai 2014
Von Trudy - Veröffentlicht auf
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Holy hell.

S.L. Jennings is a MASTER! This book was EVERYTHING!

Hot. Gripping. Sexy. Heart Pounding. Tear Jerking. Fulfilling.

Just buy it and devour it like I did. You won't regret it!

Justice Drake is just - OMG.
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