Tuesday Cane walks out on her life and her abusive man when she inherits her grandmother s house at Allister Lake. There she finds plenty of distractions to take her mind off her loss with her sexy neighbour and handyman Shepherd, former TV star Reed and her old flame Adrian. But, as time passes, she senses that something is not quite right with her new life. And no amount of steamy sexual encounters can hide her anxiety.
Surrounded by so many interesting men and erotic enticements, Tuesday has no intention of committing to one man ever again. But the more she insists she's nobody's girl, the more she wants to be somebody's girl. Will she continue to be a restless spirit and run from love or will she be won over?
Sommer currently writes erotica and erotic romance for Xcite Books, eXcessica, Ellora's Cave, Pretty Things Press and Resplendence Publishing. The wine-swigging, dachshund-owning, wannabe runner author writes work that runs the gamut from bondage to zombies to humor. Sommer's short works can be found in over a hundred (and counting) erotic anthologies. Her short stories have also been included numerous adult and romance magazines--both in print and online. Her erotic novels include Hard Lessons, Calendar Girl, Learning to Drown, Lucky 13 and
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This book and narrator didn't quite work for me because it was too filled with meaningless sex, which--as a fan of erotica--is saying something for me. And I realize the h's constant sex was part of the point of the story, but it got to be boring and too repetitive even with 3 different men. And the h's transformation was so short-lived and with no real internal scrutiny that it seemed false and didn't resonate as honest or even feasible. Similarly, the love match is unconvincing. Great sex and the apparent ability to finish another person's sentence seems too little to form the undying love espoused within this book, especially with two people who didn't want to fall in love. And the narrator's voice often read the sex scenes as though they were perfunctory and read much of it too fast. Maybe she got sick of them too. I wouldn't blame her. The narrator's voice just didn't seem to be a good fit for the h's experiences much of the time. Altogether, I don't regret this buy, nothing inspires me to pursue another book by this author. If you only require many well-written sex scenes, then maybe this book is for you. Considering the author had to write so many, she did an ok job being explicit and raw in the detail. Though, of course, nothing was romantic about any of them, except maybe the one of two at the end once love was found or admitted. But by then, the listener may be tired of them, so it doesn't matter. And there's a small degree of BDSM just in case that's your thing.
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