Love Can't Replace Therapy...Right?
Vanessa Blood is an African American woman with a Thursday evening talk show. But something's not quite right in her life, so she starts seeing a therapist at least twice a week. She's made a vow not to become entangled in any serious romantic affairs and to abstain from sex to make sure she can heal. She plays a dangerous game when she meets Darryl Jordan, a retired NHL player turned investor with billions to his name.
Darryl has secrets and problems of his own; after all, they met in a therapist's office. He has his own vow of abstinence, but when an alpha male sees a woman he wants...he goes for it. Vanessa is charmed by his dominant personality and good looks and she doesn't have the strength to resist her urges.
The two become entangled in a "casual" night of passion that they know shouldn't lead to more. When they try to pull away from each other, fate pulls them back together. Vanessa has a baby on the way, and secrets need to be revealed if the two are to have any chance at happiness together.
This short erotica romance story is highly sexually explicit and intended for mature audiences 18 years or older. Listener discretion is advised. If the idea of a sexy black woman getting hot and heavy with an older wealthy white man bothers you then go no further.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I can not think of anyone who might have enjoyed listening; It would have been much better as a "quickie" read!
What could Jamila Jasper have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Made an attempt to find a real narrator!
What didn’t you like about Jamila Jasper’s performance?
What character would you cut from Making Me Crazy?
Any additional comments?
Had it been a 99 cent listen, it wouldn't have been better. I have actually read a few of her books. She even stumbled over words she had written. Ms. Jasper should offer a free book!!