Erotic Romance / Adult Fiction
Rating: 4 Cups
Breaking away from self-imposed expectations and limitations is both terrifying and exhilarating for Genevieve Carter. She answers an ad for an author’s assistant in the hopes that it will jump-start a career in writing, but she receives an education far beyond her expectations.
The last decade has seen a significant decline in the demand for Anne Tournier’s work. She bases much of her writing around the many facets of human sexuality, and research is key to developing quality work.
Genevieve spends her first day on the job for Anne in a constant state of shock and arousal. The job is certainly not what she expected, but is she willing to give up the chance of a lifetime to work with a famous author? She must live in order to write, and Anne is giving her an opportunity to explore what it means to feel truly alive. But for every step in her journey of self-discovery, she is hampered by insecurities, and the niggling fear that Anne is playing a very twisted game.
Sensory overload is quite likely to occur while reading this most introspectively sensual novel. Genevieve teeters on the edge of absolute bliss and gripping despair, leaving the reader nearly as breathless as she is. Her intensely erotic nature comes into full bloom, and while her drive for fulfillment is somewhat excessive, each successive role only heightens the thrill. Give yourself up to a few hours of lusciously written decadence. I promise you will not be disappointed.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More