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Going Deep Paperback – November 3, 2015
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About the Author
When taking the Myers-Briggs personality test in high school, Kimberly was rated as an INFJ (Introverted-Intuitive-Feeling-Judging). This result sent her into a panic, because there were no career paths recommended for the type. Fortunately, it turned out to be well-suited to a writing career. Since receiving that dismal outlook, Kimberly has become an award-winning author of romance and erotica. She has written for seven publishing houses, both domestic and international, and has recently focused her efforts on the exciting world of self-publishing. When not writing, she enjoys movies, sports, traveling, music, and sunshine. In her mind, a beach, some rock ‘n’ roll, and a good book make for a perfect day. Follow Kimberly at her website kimberlydean.com and on Twitter @KDean_writer.
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This book... I'm so disappointed. It went from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows. It started out so incredibly awesome, I thought I'd hit the motherload. Cody and Brynn had amazing chemistry and I loved them together. Cody was the only reason I gave any stars to this book. He was Book Boyfriend perfection. Brynn started out great, but then she turned on me :( She turned into a cheating raging slut and I don't know why!?!?!? She slept with three different guys, cheated on Cody once they FINALLY got together, and it broke my heart.
Going Deep started out with 5 strong stars, and in the end I'm giving one lone star to Cody. He was the only bright spot. I can't even express the disappointment I have. I read a few other books from this author and those were pretty good. I don't know why she wrote this one this way, and even though I don't like the turn of events, she does have a good writing style. But I just can't get over how sad I am that this book wasn't what it could and should have been.
The worst part is, Cody has been in love with her for 10 years and has always felt he was her second (or third, the hussy) choice. I didn't buy the ending. She gets to get naked, yet again with ANOTHER guy, after Cody walks in on her screwing the third guy, and steals a playbook thinking that will earn brownie points?! No. Just no.
Ok, I'm done ranting. I'll cry into my cheerios now at the loss of what could have been an amazing read.
Being part of the Black Lace series, readers should be aware they are buying erotica. Now that that's out of the way, sit back, relax and prepare to be lit on fire. Kimberly Dean is a great name in the genre and her books have never failed to get my pulse pounding. She writes as the genre intends: to stimulate, to entertain and to fulfill fantasies. Brynn is an endearing heroine, one that makes excrutiatingly awkward decisions at times, but one that also will reach into your heart. The two men vying for her attention...well, it will become pretty clear at the onset which one is the right man for her. I do wish that, given this is erotica, Brynn had taken more opportunities to explore her sexuality because despite her adult status, she is still very much an innocent. After all, that's one reason we read erotica. There's a bevy of delightful characters, from the forward Latino cheerleader Trini to the seemingly proper Dean Hawthorne, that make the read that much better. I confess to staying up many a late night with this one and cannot count how many times I've read it. It's a classic on my shelf, a great keeper.