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A. J. Molloy is the pseudonym of a bestselling novelist who lives in London.
Relationship between characters is good and you care about characters.
Sure, the grammar was fine but there were pages and pages of boring and endless descriptions that had no relevance to the plot at all.
I personally like my romance/erotica to have a good story in addition to the sex scenes, and especially to be well written.
I loved this book. I'm not one who reads erotica but this novel had a terrific and moving plot. Very glad it caught my eye.Published 7 months ago by J. Kaye Smith
This book was ??? I don't even know how to describe it ! boring! Unbelievable! I guess u could say dark!! But there was no connection with the characters! Read morePublished 11 months ago by mar
It is a tastefully written novel in which the eroticism proves once again that it's the female authors are the ones who truly write the most "authentic" renditions of... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Howard B. Wescott
Ok...where do I begin?? ummm....well I guess by explaining why I actually bought this book in the first place, and that would be because it promise a dose of Italy, sex and the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ana Maria Rivera Casco
Not what I figured, it's okay. A lot of history and too much detail to unwanted detail. Not a Dan, but it was okayPublished 15 months ago by Dena Schibell
It reminded me of the "Davinci Code" with a touch of erotica thrown in. It was a great read. Highly recommend.Published 17 months ago by Nida Young
I personally like my romance/erotica to have a good story in addition to the sex scenes, and especially to be well written. Read morePublished 18 months ago by NJWoman
This book has been sitting on my nook for so long I'm not sure how much I paid or if it was free! I'm trying to clear out my backlog :)
Now I wish I had read it when I... Read more
not a bad book but not something that I would recommend to anyone to read just a little too erotic for me.Published 18 months ago by Ruth Vance