A Second Awakening: When Flora Met Diamante

  • by Paris Rivera
  • Narrated by Charm
  • 0 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Flora heads for Mexico with a gorgeous man who came to clean her pool and left her breathless, exhausted, and with just a lingering guilty thought for her loyal husband. Now she embarks on an erotic adventure that tests the limits of her sexuality.
First, she must walk through the lobby of her posh hotel dressed in an skimpy outfit - chosen by Jason - that is barely more than underwear. Next, he introduces her to Diamante, a truly beautiful black woman in a shimmering blue dress. He seems to want a threesome, but the two women - increasingly drawn toward each other - have other ideas!
With Jason locked out on the balcony, Diamante tells Flora the sexy story of how Jason once tried to seduce her in the college library. And all the time, listening to this account, Flora finds herself falling further and further under the spell of the sleepy-eyed beauty who is playing with her clothes and seducing her with her lilting voice and knowing fingers. Soon, Flora is more turned on than she could ever have imagined. As Diamante's fingers become ever bolder, Flora, once more, is in too deep....


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Customer Reviews

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Play of the day!

Tables are turned when Jason takes on a chance at a threesome. The chance to seduce two women? Who wouldn't take the chance at that?
It's not exactly the way it goes, but getting there is a whole new experience for Flora and Diamante. You'll not be disappointed!!
Take a risk and find out how hot it can be when the odds work in their favor!
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Stupid, racist characterization of a black female

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

This moronic drivel lacks a believable plot or a substantive story line. It presumes that black women are ever willing, non discriminating sex partners who are dumb enough to risk their health, their reputations and their careers over casual affairs with absolute strangers. It also uses a stereotypical dialect for the black female character that is straight out of the racist annals of Amos N' Andy. It's an absolute insult to the dignity of all black females.

What do you think your next listen will be?


Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Charm?

I would have made the black woman narrator so that she could explain her rationale for having sex with an absolute stranger who also happens to be her client.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from A Second Awakening: When Flora Met Diamante?

I don't find the idea of having this sort of random, unscripted sex appealing. I would have preferred if some back story were given about "why" this particular masseuse felt that it was acceptable to have sex with this particular client. For instance, they could have known each other romantically via a blind date (where they were mutually attracted to each other but didn't quite gel for reasons beyond their control). However, just having this masseuse pounce on this customer after being inappropriately encouraged with a little flirting,sounds completely crazy. At the very LEAST, the black woman could have lost her job.

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- Pearl Prophet

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-04-2015
  • Publisher: Paris Rivera