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Thirty-nine-year-old Joanne accidentally meets Alex, a sixteen-year-old stud who gradually coalesces with her family. This wouldn’t ordinarily be a problem except Joanne feels vulnerable to Alex’s charms since her husband has been away for months. Throw in Joanne’s fourteen-year-old daughter, who falls for Alex immediately, and you got a recipe for disaster. More

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Wife to my best friend and biggest supporter. Mother of two handfuls. Attorney in Houston, Texas. Author of sexy, daring, wild and risky books.

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Shameful by Dicey Grenor
If I were casting for the movie version of my book, I'd want Diane Lane to play 39 y/o Joanne, Taylor Lautner to play 16 y/o Alex, and Dakota Fanning to play 14 y/o Shimmer. So, that's why photos of them are used and not because I own rights to the images.--That should cover the whole "fair usage" exception to copyright infringement thing.

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Tasha Wilson reviewed on on Nov. 28, 2011

"Shameful" is the new "Lolita" in reverse. Joanne is the typical hypocritical American who lives her life in a bubble and judges others through her filters. As a wife and mother of two, life can be so stressful that you are sometimes placed between a rock and a hard place. The frustrations of life push some people into drug addictions, sex addictions, gambling, depression, etc. The author did a great job of laying out Joanne’s frustration and displaying the internal and external battles of life. Joanne succumbs to the battle by having sex with Alex, but in the end she ultimately wins by finding internal peace.

I would recommend this book to someone who is not afraid to face the ugliness of life with an open mind. Child abuse and statutory rape are very serious issues, but it is a reality that cannot be ignored.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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