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About the Author
Her interests include Wonder Woman collectibles, cookies, James Taylor, quality hip-hop, football, American muscle cars, large breed dogs, and the ocean. When she's not working, writing, reading, or sleeping, she is watching Ken Burns documentaries and cartoons or taking dance classes. If given the chance, she will cheat at UNO. She was raised in Southern New Hampshire and now lives in Southern California with an individual who is much more tech savvy than she ever will be.
- File size : 649 KB
- Publication date : April 1, 2012
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 264 pages
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- ASIN : B008GNZ6SE
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Publisher : Bold Strokes Books (April 1, 2012)
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #240,798 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I didn't particularly like either of the characters (bad boundaries! per the above!), so that didn't help either. I would have liked more of the drama to be about family and friends - a couple of confrontations that had no follow-up seemed like wasted opportunities. The ignoring a bad friend over text message was maybe fine for the teenage character... except it wasn't her.
The sex scenes (really, what the book is about, which is truly fine) were kind of hot, but the sub-Penthouse language kept dropping me out of it. I can deal with p***y and pretty full-on explicit language in general, but there's no excuse for "cum" outside a Latin phrase. And not to be gender-essentialst, but if you use "sl**" for the female anatomy, you've been hanging around too many dudes or consuming too much straight porn. C**t is highly preferable, if you want to be graphic.
(Yeah, it's undoubtedly my personal preference, but that's how this stuff works)
I also think I need to accept what Bold Strokes Books looks for in their writers is not what I look for to read. I like good-quality smut, and, like this one, many of their publications aren't truly awful (although some are). But I haven't read one yet from BSB that really measures up to what I feel is truly good or bell-ringingly hot writing.
That said, if you do enjoy this book, it's really likely you'll like many more from the same publisher, so you'll have a nice reserve you get your teeth into!
It was there - from page one, Weatherspoon's erotic style is there in full force, and she wastes no time in getting you on board for the situation. The engaged Annie has a deal with her fiance Jeff - they're spending a month prior to the wedding as a kind of "one last hurrah" time apart. What happens in this month is intended to be just that - a last fling with their time apart. Jeff, Annie knows, is off in Europe with his buddies and probably sowing his last wild oats, and so Annie takes the opportunity to test that desire she's always had to sleep with a woman.
The woman in question is Annie's personal trainer, and Oksana is incredibly different from Annie - Oksana is mixed race, tattooed and pierced, and slim and toned; Annie has always been short, is blonde-cute, and has definitely been blessed in the breast department. Annie approaches this fling as just that - a one night stand, meant to be enjoyed and remembered, and nothing more.
Except Annie starts to realize that what she feels with Oksana is something bigger than she set out to enjoy.
What I hadn't expected was to get so caught up in the sweetness of the two women - both come from histories that leave them hesitant and scarred in realistic ways, and I caught myself gobbling my way through the book to make sure that things would end well for everyone involved. Of course, when you're talking about a relationship that was supposed to be a fling before marriage, how can no one get hurt?
Fun, sweet, and - of course - hot as heck, Rebekah Weatherspoon delivers again. It's almost enough to make me forgive her for not writing the fraternity boy side of her Vampire Sorority Sisters series.
Top reviews from other countries
The sex scenes were so HOT!
Another great book by Rebekah, have now read all of her books can't wait to read more
I actually really enjoyed the storyline. I thought it was fresh and exciting. The author’s description of her protagonists was so informative that both women sounded sexy as hell.
I loved the name Oksana! Personally I find it a really cool name and Oksana herself was my favourite character. She was strong, passionate and honest – all attributes that make my favourite romantic heroines. Annie was so sweet and discovers she is genuinely in love with Oksana. The first chapter is phenomenal and caught me hook, line and sinker and I was invested in these characters from the beginning.
The sex scenes were steamy and provocative while also loving and sensuous. It was an important part of Annie and Oksana relationship and was communicated well in each scene.
Loved it and will definatley be online later tonight buying more books by Rebekah Weatherspoon. 4.5 Stars.