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Nothing exciting happens in Tawny Taylor's life, unless you count giving the cat a flea dip--a cat can make some fascinating sounds when immersed chin-deep in insecticide--or chasing after a houseful of upchucking kids during flu season. She doesn't travel the world or employ a staff of personal servants. She's not even built like a runway model. She's just your run-of-the-mill Detroit suburban mom and wife.
That's why she writes, for the sheer joy of it. She doesn't need to escape, mind you. Despite being run-of-the-mill, her life is wonderful. She just likes to add some...zip.
Her heroines might resemble herself, or her next door neighbor (sorry Sue), but they are sure to be memorable (she hopes!). And her heroes--inspired by movie stars, her favorite television actors or her husband--are fully capable of delivering one hot happily-ever-after after another. Combined, the characters and plots she weaves bring countless hours of enjoyment to Tawny...and she hopes to readers too!
In the end, that's all the matters to Tawny, bringing a little bit of zip to someone else's life.
And she loves hearing from readers!! Drop her a note anytime! firstname.lastname@example.org.
on March 30, 2011 :
This was a really good teaser to a BDSM lifestyle, but didn't quite make it. There was no communication between the characters so they could all understand where each was coming from. She didn't understand the dangers to their world; they didn't understand her past enough to teach her how she had the power in the relationship as the sub. It would have been better as a longer, better developed story. But good as a teaser.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Feb. 20, 2011 :
To me it was a dissapointment, it started great but after that it took a different turn, no more chemistry, no more sensuel tension, and just one scene with a blindfold isn't BDSM.
And there is no forced seduction in this book, she is willing all the way.
Maybe the tags are wrong?!
(reviewed the day of purchase)