My name is Summer.
Recently divorced and on a journey of sexual independence.
Join me and help write my story.
on Dec. 25, 2012 :
(review of free book)
on Nov. 21, 2011 :
A very captivating read. The teasing along with the anticipation of something more took me back to my teen-age years. Summer Daniels had me loathing her "ex" without ever really getting to know him; a staple of fine short story-telling. To capture a reader and keep his attention is difficult, but Summer did just that. Was it the fact that she was describing her own desires? Was it the fact that I wanted to be in her bedroom watching? I don't know; but either way the book hit home. If you're marriage is in the ditch, perhaps sexual exploration is just what the doctor ordered. It's all up to the individual.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Oct. 17, 2011 :
To understand her sexuality in the next volume, you will have to READ this book. Summer Daniels had me moved in her story of how she became a sexually independent woman after dealing with her divorce. Every chapter left me with a good feeling and anticipation for her next book: Volume 2.
I LOVE IT!
Ray S- AfterDark Online.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on Sep. 06, 2011 :
Summer is a fortyish, recent divorcee, who wants to rediscover and reinvent her solitary sex life. She is an average woman, not a porn star wannabe, not cover model gorgeous, or someone who thought they were overly adventurous. This is the start of her journey to erotic self awareness.
I will be totally honest about reviewing this book. I ventured forth with a lot of trepidation. This was a “new 2 me” author, and a self published one at that. I have had some less than pleasant experiences going down that road. The story is also in first person, which for me is especially uncomfortable when reading erotica. This was certainly a welcome surprise. This was absolutely one of the most beautifully written and tasteful pieces of erotic literature I have gotten my hands on this year. It did not fall into the trap of using graphic language and terminology to cover up lack of imagination or writing skills. Don’t get me wrong, the words aren’t sugar coated or Victorian euphemisms, they are just used appropriately and in the correct amount.
In this first volume, we get to know a little about Summer, and her initial contact with Mark. We get to watch the relationship unfold from the very beginning. I still can’t determine if this is fiction or not, and that just adds to the fun and mystique of the book. I was absolutely hooked and invested by the time I finished this book. If you are tired of the same old, same old in women’s erotica, then I definitely recommend this book. It brings a very welcome freshness to a growing genre that desperately needs some new blood.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)