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Burning Desire Paperback – December 8, 2009
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Stacy is the niece of one of Dante's clients who comes with baggage, red flags, issues and drama, but when happy, as Dante will tell you, you tend to miss all that. They move to Atlanta where Dante loses his memory after a car accident. He has a benefactor, Ophelia King, who brings even more drama to his world. Her daughter, Dancer, is irresistible, but her mother is worried about a man who has no memory and will go to any lengths to prevent the two of them from having a relationship. Oh, what a tangled web we weave. Will Dante get his memory back? Will Stacy find "her" man? Will Dancer find true love?
This fast moving story was full of suspense and shockers but lacked the character depth of prior works Relentless is known for and I expected from him. With that said, Relentless Aaron has written a fast-paced story and his fans will not be disappointed with this one.
Reviewed by Linda Chavis
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It was always my intention to read one of Mr. Aaron's works. I've heard so much about his smoking sex scenes, which this book lacked. It also lacked emotion and flow. I didn't care for any of the characters, and the story seemed to be all over the place. The twists were predictable and I was very annoyed. While reading Burning Desire, I kept wondering where the story was. As the book came to a close, I was frustrated in an ending that left too many loose ends.
The finish (ending) was up to my satisfactory. It kind of goes off like, Oookay.... That was one of the things I didn't like. The author did well with establishing life into Danté (main character). There were parts in the book that were borderline weird... or bizarre, should I say. '