Zane’s legion of fans can’t get enough of her way of telling a juicy, sexy story. In Nervous, the New York Times best-selling queen of erotica brings us a tale of a woman with a split personality.
Jonquinette has always been nervous around men, but on the weekends her alter ego, Jude, goes on intense sexual escapades. When Jonquinette seeks the help of Dr. Marcella Spencer, the psychiatrist Zane originated in her best-selling novel Addicted, Jude’s response is to go on a sexual rampage. Meanwhile, Jonquinette becomes interested in her new neighbor, Mason, but Jude has no intention of letting Jonquinette fall in love—not when Jude’s having so much fun. Based on a short story of the same title from her best-selling collection The Sex Chronicles, Nervous is classic Zane with an edge. So relax, sit back. You’re in for a nerve-tingling read.
©2003 Zane (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
Zane is very well known for her sexy novels. But underneath them all are deep, moving stories with very well-rounded characters.
If you are easily offended, then books by Zane are not for you. But, if you don't mind a good story with really good sex thrown in, then these are books for you. "Addicted" and "Nervous" (the sequel to "Addicted") were awesome. I highly recommend them both.
Awesome narration by Nicole Small. I will seek out other audiobooks with her as narrator.
This was one of those books that now that I've finished the book - I wouldn't be upset if I had chosen another. It was
Recommendations to friends would depend on the friend. I hav e some who would like this book - and some who would not.
Had additional narrators to play the parts of Jude/Jetta
More detail about the romance/realationship
Monica L. Smith
This book went beyond an erotic story. This story touched my soul. Fabulous read! Definitely looking forward to reading more books by Zane.
As of right now, This is one of my favorite books so far...
I loved the plot and the concept of zane's writing in this book...The whole split personality plot worked out really great and it made the story more interesting and intriguing.
My favorite was Jude because she did not have any shame at all with how she was acting sexually and with her schemes. She just did not care at all. And I loved mason cuz he stuck by Jonquinette when he found out about her disorder.
The moment that moved me was when Jonquinette and her parents were in the therapy session and they found out that she had another personality names Jeda, I think that's her name and they found out that the dad sexually molested Jonquinette and it all came out that her other persoanlities were there really to protect her
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