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Thursday, October 29, 2009
Review - Sex Drive by Susan Lyons
Title: Sex Drive
Author: Susan Lyons
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
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Rating: You Gotta Gotta Read
Reviewed By: Roberta
It’s a long trip from Sydney to Vancouver, but Professor Theresa Fallon’s sexy seatmate, thriller writer Damien Black, has ways of making the hours fly by. How can she turn down the mile-high club and sex on Waikiki Beach? To the prof’s surprise, her sex drive hasn’t disappeared – it was only waiting for the right man to awaken it. And the same very well might go for her heart…
Sex Drive is the first book in the Wild Ride to Love series. In this sexy “planes, trains, automobiles, and a cruise ship” four-book series, the three older Fallon sisters travel home to their baby sister’s wedding. Along the way, each finds a romance of her own – and learns that the journey to love truly is one wild ride!
Since I've been reviewing, this is only the second book I've rated as You Gotta Gotta Read. I have fallen in love with this series and can't for the next book.
If you love contemporary erotica romance, this is definitely a book you need to add to your collection. Sitting here in the mountains of Kentucky, I loved being able to visit the warm beaches of Hawaii. With the way Susan Lyons describes the setting, you can almost smell the fragrance of the flowers.
The main reason you should pick up this book is the characters. Theresa Fallon and Damien Black may be opposites on the outside. They are anything but opposite on the inside. While reading, you will learn about Theresa's insecurities when it comes to men. Why her past has a way of cropping up in their relationship along the way. Yet, Damien takes her past in stride and makes her feel like a sexy, attractive woman, instead of the way she sees herself as a plain Jane. Damien is the type of hero any woman could fall in love with. He is not only sexy, but intelligent, generous, and compassionate.
I don't want to give too much away with this book, because I want every person who reads this review to go out and buy the book. There is not only depth with the characters, but some of the issues discussed are just as important, such as trust, discrimination, and even sibling rivalier.
As I stated earlier, this is a contemporary erotica romance. Some people might take offense to certain scenes in the book. Personally, I found them to not only be well written but hot and steamy as well.
Picking up this book will have you adding Susan Lyons to your to buy list and waiting impatiently for the next book in the series.