I am a civil engineer who in The Real World designs and builds bridges. But in my Fantasy World of reading I love science fiction with a special weakness for Robert Heinlein and his students. I love stories that involve plots of more than an endless series of run, chase, catch and escape that seems to have over run today's writers. I will read any writer that avoids that trap. I have developed a fetish for Steampunk and it's outrageous tales.
Majesty's Offspring (Books 1 & 2)
on May 15, 2012
Was very glad when AJ came through with the second book after leaving us hanging on the first one. Good story well told. Strong characters and a compelling plot. Kept me wanting to keep going until the end. A real value of a book. Buy it and enjoy. Keep writing AJ.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
This author has a vivid and erotic imagination. But more importantly she tells a good story along with the erotic. You get to know who is doing what to who and that keeps me coming back for more. I can't wait for the next chapters in the New MILF Club series. Katie please find the time to continue it. Stay horney!
Might Have Been
on June 18, 2015
At first I resisted getting to know the characters because the relationship between Lance and Tasha was so painful to read about. I wanted to slap some sense into both of them and only later figured out that's they were both flawed in a way to make their pain inevitable. Only by going through it could either of them come out sane.
Great mix of drama, sci-fi, erotic wrapped up in a strong story.
The regression back to high school and redoing all the mistakes he had made with girls was a brilliant trick. And in the end they all wound up being failures in the relationship department as before but only after great sex.
Keep writing Mr. sterling and I will keep following your lead.
A Love for You
on June 19, 2015
How could I not fall in love with Gwyn. Being slightly damaged with baggage only made her more desirable and Nick would agree with me. If only all of us could find love like this especially later in life........ I envy them and look forward to Samantha's story.
Keep writing Avery and I will follow along for the ride.
Damn you, Alexandra Weis!
Most of us have a story of "The one that gat away" and this story drug mine out of the closet screaming at me all the way.
After reading Cover to Cover "What could have been" ate at me for days and will take time, as before, to get it back in the dark recesses of my mind.
If evoking feelings from your reader is your objective then congratulations on this one. After falling in love with Monique it was my story all over again. Thank you for letting Ty back into her life, something that I failed at.