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Going Greek by Lelani Black A Book Review by Teri Harmon

Going Greek
Lelani Black

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5 sighs

I thought I wouldn’t give out five sighs but I have to give it out to this book. So you understand I am not an erotica fan per se because I believe that sex has its place in a novel but it also has a taboo somewhat in my mind as well. So okay this book I love foreign men and how they react to other people. But what I like about this book is a couple of things that If you bear with me I will tell you about while not telling you about the book itself.

The first is this: “For three months, he’d hid the truth of his wife and two small children from her….”  A little farther down she wrote  “ Something had happened with the man in the photograph….” P24

…”I told you I wouldn’t be seeing anyone, making love to anyone…until you and I talked. ..But if you’ve been with another man, or want someone else, tell me now and I will leave you alone. For good.” P100

So that is the story in a nutshell. You can see the time line. This is the second thing that I like about the book. The development of the time line. And the third and final thing is the dithering between the two on their feelings. And you can see that they have some problems to overcome, mainly he is married with another family and he is having an affair with someone who is looking for a family of her own and he destroys her trust in relationships. But you can see what they go through to find their true family relationship at the end of the book.  I think the development of the story itself and the entertainment deserves 5 sighs.

Night Moves by Hartlyn Holmes

Title: Night Moves
Author: Hartlyn Holmes
Genre: Erotica
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Sighs: 4 1/2 sighs

Review of Night Moves
Review by Teri Harmon
I gave this novel 4 ½ sighs. It was a beautiful read. Let me draw your attention to the following:
It gave her hurt a chance to take the shape of caution
to the point that she hadn’t dated a single man—single or
otherwise, that is—since Grey’s death two years ago. She’d
filled her bedside drawer with self-gratifying sex toys and
stocked up quite a library of porn.

You know we all been there. When we are hurt and cautious. Well this young heroine lost the love of her life and still wanted some more love. She had a career and she had her friends. But something was missing. Then she met Brandon at the Laundromat.

… who cared about his last name? She was stuffing
her night clothes into one of the washers in the
apartment building’s Laundromat on the first floor. One
minute she was alone; the next minute she was standing
next to a hunk of a man with an enormous bulge
in his jeans. Eventually, her gaze swept upward,
lingering on his pecs, moving to his shadowed
jaw line and finally landing on his eyes. A whiskey
brown, and about as strong. Amusement twinkled there,
along with a breathtaking appreciation. Breathtaking
because he appeared to be appreciating her.

There it is the meeting to set up the story. And from then on ladies, I will let your eyes do the talking. I suggest some strawberries and whip cream to go along with it along with some pink champagne with a nice hot bath. Well worth the read ladies.

Kandy Shoppe by Debora Dennis

Title: The Kandy Shoppe

Author: Debora Dennis

Genre: Erotic Contemporary Romance

Buy Link:  The Kandy Shoppe

Sighs: 4 ½ Sighs

Review of The Kandy Shoppe

Reviewed by: Teri Harmon


I gave this story 4 ½ sighs. I have read erotica from different authors and they all have a nice story line to start with. But then it becomes all about the sex. In this case, it starts out due to a broken freezer. And the heat is just too much for the two of them. They can barely keep their hands off each other. Hello! Despite the sex it’s a nice story about a young business owner who is having troubles like we all do with the equipment. And the romance or sexual relationship between the two main characters Jason and Kandy is nicely developed. You can see that the author makes them believable as a couple trying to make a relationship based on sex work. Jason had let her go before and felt that he had screwed up his life by doing so. So he is thankful for the second chance that he is getting to develop a relationship with her that will last. Before I close out this review I just wanted to give you my favorite line from here:

“All his talk about new beginnings, second chances, and promis­es of a new freezer were an intoxicating combination. But were they moving too fast? Sex was one thing. A relationship was something more.” Excerpt page 26.

I think you guys will find this an enjoyable read if you like erotica novels. And if a line like that doesn’t wet your appetite then you all have had that very same conversation with someone in your group of friends. So enjoy the read.

promise the moon book review

Solitude Not Needed When Love is Found

Title: Promise the Moon

Author: Joyce Henderson

Genre: Historical American Romance

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Sighs: 4 1/2 Sighs

Review of Promise the Moon

Reviewed by: Teri Harmon

I gave this novel 4 1/2 sighs because it was entertaining, moved well and it kept me interested. For those in the know who read romance novels on the regular, it follows a formula that is easily followed in this novel. The fact that Garrett follows after Neely despite the fact that they are different shows that he cares for her. The fact that Neely cares for his daughter Mindy as if she were her own daughter shows Garret that she can fit into his world. It all comes together in the earthquake which injures Neely and brings the two of them close together hence the ending of the story which I will not spoil for your reading pleasure. I suggest ladies this is a good beach novel if you are looking for a quick read on the sandy beaches of whatever state your beach is in and it also is a good novel to gift even in between friends. Have a nice summer ladies!

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Bound to Moonlight by Nina Croft

Title: Bound to Moonlight

Author: Nina Croft

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Buy Link: Bound To Moonlight (Sisters of the Moon)

Sighs: 3 sighs

Review: Bound to Moonlight written by Nina Croft

Reviewed by: Teri Harmon

I enjoyed this novel written by Nina Croft. I give it three sighs. I would recommend it to other people to read and I would like to read other books by her. You can check out her personal information and learn more about her at her facebook page which the address is:!/profile.php?id=100000273215409&sk=wall.

The story Bound by Moonlight is about Anya a young lady, who was taken and cared for by the Agency, a facility that deals with the paranormal and research. Along the way she meets up with Sebastian Quinn who is a werewolf. You get to see a glimpse of the fear of the wolf pack in being hunted and destroyed because they are different. Anya, whose job it is to come back with Sebastian Quinn meets him and begins to be intrigued. Along the way he saves her life which helps him to save himself and his family. This is Book Two of the Sisters of the Moon Series. I suggest that if you like this book, you may want to go back and purchase the first one as well. This way you can get the entire family in your reading.

You can contact Wild Rose Press directly if you would like to purchase the story, go to your local book store or

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by Teri Harmon