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SEXUAL BUT NOT SEXY!,
This review is from: Cooking up a Storm (Paperback)
There is certainly plenty of sex in here but I have to say no sense of realism at all.An old man who suddenly everyone wants to have sex with, a lesbian who is not in the least put off by the fact that the person she is having sex with has a penis, a sweet thing who suddenly becomes everyone's Pamela Anderson and a chef, the hero by the way, who turns a whole town on apparently by adding the right herbs to his dishes.(If these herbs truly had such a drastic affect I would be crawling around my local supermarkets now and clearing the shelves). The 'hero' I found gave me a bit of a creepy feeling and I could not believe that there were any true feeling involved from any of the characters. It certainly didn't leave me with a warm feeling that these people were in any way in love or even in lust with each other, very much a pornographic book rather than an erotic book. Don't get me wrong I love hot sex in my reads but there was just something wrong about this story, I do like the people involved to be desperate to shag that particular person not just anyone who happens to be in the same room.
If you only want sex great buy it now but if you like romance with your sex forget it.