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Double Sauté: An Erotic Journey to the Far East by [Hart, Tamara]
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It appears that I've embarked on an unchartered path: This book is the first and only one on Amazon that falls under AMWW or WWAM  (Asian Man White Woman or White Woman Asian Man.) There is a glut of AMBW or BWAM genre works, but when you search "AMWW" or "WWAM" in books on Amazon, you get nothing.

But the fact that this book is about a white woman and an Asian man is completely incidental. It could have just as well happened between a black woman and an Asian man, and therefore shifted the book's category to the well-trodden BWAM or AMBW category.

After all, the average man or woman, regardless of their own skin color, or the skin color they are attracted to, spends more time fantasizing about the act of love than doing it. When it comes to fetishes, they are also more likely to be voyeurs.

I dedicate Double Sauté to this man or woman. As we follow Sandra and Johnny from New York to Tokyo, then to Lhasa, and watch them engage in innovative and wondrous acts of love, we see our physical and emotional selves reflected in these two free-spirited individuals. May your love life be as gratifying and fulfilling as theirs.

About the Author

Tamara Hart is a foodie and a traveler. She's sampled gourmet fare in unusual places, and has written many travel guides and restaurant reviews, though under a different name.

Tamara considers herself a "Frog Kisser," a young woman who's not afraid of kissing a lot of frogs in order to find her prince. These days, finding that prince seems to be just an excuse for a lot of kissing. Since she's a good writer, it makes for a perfect "kiss and tell."

Her books contain adult content.

Product Details

  • File Size: 239 KB
  • Print Length: 103 pages
  • Publisher: Zebra eBooks (February 17, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 17, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IIET754
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,133,635 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'd like to say that the first part of the book totally captured my attention as the author slowly guides us into the incredible aroma of New York City's gourmet scene and her skillful juxtaposition of food and sex. Two foodies met because of their mutual interests in great food and their wild desires to draw sexual inspirations from the food they enjoy. The exotic journey into the Far East definitely spiced up the book a little bit more. The author is very knowledgeable about Asian cuisine and customs. Her writing of sexual scenes is tasteful, imaginative and vividly inviting. The reader can easily visualize the scenes in their heads without too much effort on their own as they are very skillfully written by the author. However, I do feel that the two journeys in Asia, one in Japan and one in Tibet, are a little bit disconnected. The storyline feels not as coherent after the main characters' adventurous encounters in Tokyo as they trudged into the highland of Tibet. The female character was present with the male character all along in the first half of the book, yet weirdly absent from the last 1/3 of the book as the male character took his own little adventure away. And also the ending of the book feels a little bit hasty. The book could've been longer with a better ending and more developed storyline.
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I tried, I put all the effort into it, I read, put the book down then kept reading. No matter what I've done, this book didn't appeal to me. The writing is fine, the storyline too, but there's something that doesn't add up, and I just can't put my finger on it. It could be the fact that the author keeps jumping from a verb tense to another, and the verb inconsistency starts taking its toll on the reader after a while. But it's not the only reason. Maybe it's just me, but I wasn't impressed, and the sex scenes left me cold. So I had to stop not even half way through. Oh, it may be the fact that the whole story is told like a newsflash bulletin. Lifeless. As if I look out the window and watch a movie on my next door neighbours' TV across the street, through their open window. There's no sound reaching me, no distinct colour. Just mechanical movement, or so it seems. That could be it.
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Double Sauté: An Erotic Journey to the Far East is an entertaining erotic story of food and sex by Tamara Hart.

Johnny loves to cook exotic foods and is looking to share his meals with someone. After meeting online, Johnny and Sandra embark on an interesting exploration of eating food. Hart’s descriptions of Johnny’s meals had me drooling at times. Johnny and Sandra’s dining relationship eventually extends to the bedroom as well. Their bedroom play is decidedly hot, vividly described, and lightly kinky. To fully explore their newly discovered kinky sides, Johnny and Sandra travel to Japan together. The scenes at Mirror, Mirror on the Floor are thoroughly enticing and memorable as Masa joins Johnny and Sandra in the bedroom.

Unfortunately, during their time in Japan, Johnny and Sandra’s friendship begins to disintegrate, and they end up going their separate in the Far East. I found this sudden shift in the plot very distracting, and I had to work hard to keep reading the story. I was hoping that Johnny and Sandra’s relationship would grow into something more and was disappointed when that does not happen. Furthermore, their separation made it difficult to connect to the characters or the plot.

There were parts of the story I really enjoyed and parts that I just didn’t. Putting these issues aside, I enjoyed the conclusion for Sandra, which was enough to make Double Sauté pleasurable read.

I received an eBook copy of the book for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.
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I have read thousands of romance novels (including erotica) since I started reading them at the age of fifteen and this book has it all. It starts slowly but transforms its pace of going in a decent manner. How do I say that men and women will not go wild when a smooth flow goes on like this. I wonder how this act was actually happened as the author claims this novel is based on a true story. Nothing to complain. Top notch erotica!
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First of all, I'd like to say that the first part of the book totally captured my attention as the author slowly guides us into the incredible aroma of New York City's gourmet scene and her skillful juxtaposition of food and sex. Two foodies met because of their mutual interests in great food and their wild desires to draw sexual inspirations from the food they enjoy. I don't recommend reading the book in the subway like I did because I tend to get aroused by some of the sensual passages and that's not a pretty scene in public! The sexual scenes of the book are very well-written and I recommend to anyone who is looking for an easy and stimulating read.

The exotic journey into the Far East definitely spiced up the book a little bit more. The author is very knowledgable about Asian cuisine and customs. Her writing of sexual scenes is tasteful, imaginative and vividly inviting. The reader can easily visualize the scenes in their heads without too much effort on their own as they are very skillfully written by the author. However, I do feel that the two journeys in Asia, one in Japan and one in Tibet, are a little bit disconnected. The storyline feels not as coherent after the main characters' adventurous encounters in Tokyo as they trudged into the highland of Tibet. The female character was present with the male character all along in the first half of the book, yet weirdly absent from the last 1/3 of the book as the male character took his own little adventure away. And also the ending of the book feels a little bit hasty. The book could've been longer with a better ending and more developed storyline.

I feel that this is a very exciting subject for an erotica novel and the writings are admirable.
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