Monday, November 26, 2012

Review: The Horoscope Writer by Elodie Parkes

When Dominic Reed looks out of his study window and sees Cassie, he’s not sure what to make of her at first. That’s before he sees her lovely gray eyes and pretty skin. He’s a writer and works alone, which to his sadness has become his way of life.
When he asks Cassie to have coffee with him, it’s the start of an intoxicating romance for the both of them. If only Dominic didn’t have to hide some of his writing, if only he hadn’t inherited a strange gift from his great uncle Aubrey. Cassie ignites a passion in Dominic that he has never felt and he seeks for a way to bind her to him.
Cassie is an artist and when she falls in love with Dominic she paints him a picture of his wonderful back garden where they have made love, little knowing that it will have a special effect on Dominic.
This is an erotic romance, and has graphic sex in the frequent love scenes, suitable for age 18+.
My Review:
This was a really sweet romance book filled with a bunch of yummy sex scenes.  Dominic had been lonely and unhappy for a long time, ever since the break-up with his girlfriend a few years ago.  Meeting Cassie had shocked his system in ways that he was unprepared for, but his unusual abilities made him fear that Cassie would be unwilling to accept him.  Will he lose her if she discovers his secret.
Cassie had been living with the scorn over her career choice for several years now, and was alienated from her parents.  She had also hit a dry spell in her dating career.  So when Dominic showed up where she was getting ready to rent a studio, all her hormones stood at attention.  There was no way something like that was single!!  Much to her shock he follows her out and asks her for coffee. What happens next is wickedly delightful!  Is Dominic too good to be true?  Follow these star-crossed lovers through their journey of healing and learning to love.  I would definitely give this author another try!!

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