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Unbridled (Unlikely Lovers) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 9, 2014
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About the Author
A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Cheryl Brooks is a former critical care nurse who resides in rural Indiana with her husband, two sons, two horses, four cats, and one dog. Her Cat Star Chronicles series was first published by Sourcebooks Casablanca in 2008, and includes Slave, Warrior, Rogue, Outcast, Fugitive, Hero, Virgin, Stud, and Wildcat. Look for book 10, Rebel, in July 2014. Self-published works include Sex, Love, and a Purple Bikini, Midnight in Reno, and the Unlikely Lovers series: Unbridled, Uninhibited, Undeniable, and Unrivaled. She has also published If You Could Read My Mind writing as Samantha R. Michaels. As a member of The Sextet, she has written several erotic novellas published by Siren/Bookstrand. Her other interests include cooking, gardening, singing, and guitar playing. Cheryl is a member of RWA and IRWA. You can visit her online at www.cherylbrooksonline.com or email her at email@example.com.
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Brooks allows her readers to get into the characters' minds, so we're not clueless as to the internal conflicts. We know the chemistry and the reasoning, and share the frustrations and excitement. While I'm not a huge fan of erotica, this one has a solid story built into it, with people you can care about.
Considering that there is an age difference, this is not a spoiler but something you are made aware of in the first chapter, and is a main point of the plot, we are told nothing about how his parents reacted when they met her at a special dinner. Too many other major happenings were given only one sentence and we were then jumped to either a few days or week later with no other mention of what went on. It just became a boring repetition of itself. I like hot sex scenes as much as the next person, but I like them with characters that are flushed out and major incidents that are explained.
If you like a lot of sex, that is predominately a female loving to give head, and reading its detailed descriptions over and over, but nothing much else of relevance in between those scenes, this one if for you.