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on Oct. 16, 2013 :
"Every Man Wants Her (The Virginia Templeton Stories)" by Marsha Casper Cook is a raunchy story about a very attractive and outrageous woman, unhappily married and highly sexed. The first story sets up the character and the several men and lovers in her life, in whom she has differing interests.
Virginia is an irresistible woman and character, you just love to hate her in her demanding and self centred ways.
The story is very well written, the words just fly over the page and the story moves like a whirlwind through that particular moment of Virginia's life as she tries to entice her psychologist.
"It's Never Enough (The Virginia Templeton Stories)" by Marsha Casper Cook is the second story about the sexy and outrageous woman. Now a widow she is still ambitious, self centred and mischievous. The string of men in her life is still going strong but in this story power and image become important in other ways, too.
Virginia is a character you will love to hate, you just cannot fail to be impressed by her resourcefulness and confidence.
Like the first story, this is written with confidence and skill and is great entertainment.
"Stepping Up Her Game (The Virginia Templeton Stories)" by Marsha Casper Cook sees the protagonist step in to the world of business and as the title says, stepping up her game. She is still naughty and mischievous, the storyline here is able to build on the previous two stories and makes for a sizzling finale.
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