Rita Peters

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Smashwords book reviews by Rita Peters

  • Canopy of Secrets on Dec. 27, 2011

    I found this unique little gathering of sexual snippets to be very forthright and erotically stimulating. Aside from punctuation and misspelling errors, the chapters did hold one's inquisitive sexual appetite in full throttle. It had sexual pleasure for every deviated woman who becomes bored with their every day life expectations. I rate it Five Stars.
  • Chat to Death on Feb. 05, 2012

    loved the fast moving action and building sexual crescendo between chatting strangers but ending it by death seemed very dramatically drastic. I understand the reasoning for it and I can't rewrite the ending but it was a shock! It's believeable because in the middle east . . .family dynamics and the importance of shaming the family core does exist. Excellent content.
  • Chat to Death on Feb. 05, 2012

    Very impressed by the fast moving crescendo and rapid sexual interaction of characters. I was however very disappointed in the ending by death. I realize I can not re-write the story but it seemed a bit harsh. But I also realize the family dynamics of the middle eastern population where shaming of the family may result in drastic measures. Great story plot given the fact that this can possibly happen.
  • Mr and mrs Peters on Feb. 06, 2012

    Definitely a different approach to an age old obsession amongst young men. Bringing in both mother and daughter put a unique twist on the story and actually, in my opinion, made it most interesting. I enjoyed the fact that it was strictly a telephone conversation allowing the reader to create their own visuals. Liked the technique of this writer to allow us to be a part of this common delusionary process of puberty.
  • Past Not Presented on Feb. 06, 2012

    A very quick realization how time marches on, generations pass and before we know it, we are next in line for passing. Two guys, pretty busy and involved in their own lives, are slapped abruptly or broght up-to-date with these facts of death and reality. I liked it.
  • Love by Destination on Feb. 06, 2012

    Excellent portrayal of a child struggling with memories and trying to understand. Very well written and comprehendible. Saddness though that someone so young would have to start out at a somewhat early age to struggle with extreme adversity just to survive and then overcome and excel. Writer's style put you as a reader in the middle of the story feeling emotionally compelled until the very last page. Good Read!
  • Snap on Feb. 08, 2012

    Incredible plot, the build up to the closing drama kept one rapidly engaged in the actions and activities surrounding the story. The crescendo of her husband's constant disloyalty keeps the reader spellbound as you imagine what is going to happen. Loved the story, loved the ending and particularly enjoyed the style in which it was written.
  • Paws for Reflection on Feb. 11, 2012

    Excellent format. Title and content parallel one another copiously. Engaging the audience as the jury was unique. Loved the story from beginning to end, letting us decide the verdict. Fabuloso!
  • School For Fought on Feb. 14, 2012

    Seriously humorous. All of the suggestions regarding a cheating husband were so appropriately correct. A found the commands of the Russian Woman Commando hilarious as the wives fulfilled the demands. Great follow through and a very surprizing ending. Entertaining from start to finish.
  • Dog Eared on Feb. 19, 2012

    A rather scintillating approach to upcycling or repurposing if you will. Both refreshing and entertaining. Interesting read.
  • When Only The best Will Do on Feb. 20, 2012

    This was the most powerful short story I have read. It speaks volumes to addiction, cause and effect of addiction and how a person remains true to themselves down to the very last breath. Bravo!