LoveWanderLust

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Joaquin has gaps in his memory...or maybe huge, gaping, black holes would be a better description for the number of moments he can't account for in a day. Is it simply a symptom of his excessive drinking or could it be something more?

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Words: 22,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452325965
About Tasha L. Harrison

Often accused of navigating life without a filter, Tasha L. Harrison has managed to brand herself as brutally honest without being labeled a b**ch…or at least that’s what likes to tell herself. She writes African American and interracial urban erotica and erotic romance with heroines just as brazen as herself and heroes that struggle to tolerate them while getting them in the sack.

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Review by: bookofsecrets on Dec. 20, 2010 :
LoveWanderLust is a twisted tale of obsessive, unhealthy love and the toll it can take on an individual's soul years later. The book also shows us how experiencing the right love, pure and unconditional, can be the catalyst a person needs to redeem himself. I like how the author presented the story in Joaquin's first person point of view. It has been a very long time since reading a book written from a male character's first person POV, so this was a nice change of pace for me. The story itself was gripping and somewhat unsettling as Joaquin's other half took over. I was always wondering what would happen next. The character development for Joaquin and Noor was good. The author describes their painful pasts in a way that the reader can sense why fate has brought them together at this point in their lives. My only complaint is that the story seemed to conclude abruptly with a new character added at the end. The reader is left to come to his or her own conclusions about Joaquin. I would recommend this book if you are a fan of darker erotic thrillers.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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