That Girl On The Bus

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A sweet, erotic, widower/younger-girl romance novel. Jory, is disillusioned with dating and leading a grey, orderly life. Budding sculptor Aileen has a background of messy divorce, philandering father, bitter mother, and the thug that thinks she’s ‘his’. Her rocky life becomes a rollercoaster when she meets Jory – and everyone – including Aileen herself – starts asking the hard questions. More

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Words: 69,030
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781310741869
About Hidieon Henroux

'Hidieon Henroux' (is one of my pseudonyms) - has kids and grandkids and cats; is a bleeding greenie; and is otherwise damn shy about talking about 'self'. I wasn't going to publish anything - typical introvert - until I found myself reading something I'd written and forgotten - and enjoyed it! So - why not have you enjoy it too? More later - maybe.

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Review by: Mathew Richarde on April 08, 2016 :
Great story, well told, romantic, great sex.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

Review by: KT McColl on Feb. 25, 2016 :
The joy of reading indie authors is that every now and then, you encounter an unexpected gem. That Girl on the Bus is one such novel. It tells of Jory, a middle aged widower, who encounters the young, beautiful Aileen. The attraction, which is finely rendered by the author, is mutual, and soon the two become an item. On its face, the subject matter would too easily suggest an opportunistic older man's taking advantage of an impressionable, inexperienced young woman, but the narrative unfolds with such honesty that those misgivings are shelved. If you're keen on well-written, sensitive, and honest erotica, That Girl on the Bus is a must-read.
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)

Review by: A.V. Roe on Feb. 09, 2016 :
There are two "old axioms" in publishing: Never judge a book by its cover; Covers sell books.

I fell prey to the second axiom on sight. The cover of That Girl On The Bus thrashed my erotic cortex upon first view and hooked me.

I figured the cover would be the best part of the book. After all, I had never heard of the author, and the book had no reviews.

Wow! Was I ever surprised. I must admit that I'm a geezer who is a sucker for a well written smutty romance novella. This story was well written with damn few typos despite it complex sentence structure which came with a warning. Character development was superb. It is laced with humor, philosophy and subtle cultural criticism which I enjoy. The explicit sex is to my liking: graphic and satisfyingly slow as would happen between two people who were very much in love and enjoyed sex. No slam, bam, thank-you-mam.

If possible, I would give it 6*. Thanks for a heart warming story. I'll be on the lookout for your next title.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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