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Top Customer Reviews
The story revolves around three individuals Monica, Alex and Quinn.
Monica is married to Alex, they have worked hard with their relationship ever since Alex’s affair early in the marriage. The relationship is a bit predictable, they are set in their routines, and the sex is just mediocre, but she has accepted her life. However, when Quinn moves in next door, her life is thrown into disarray. He awakens her passion for art, and her desires, and reminds her of the life she could have and used to dream about.
Monica and Quinn try to fight their feelings for one another, they soon find themselves in a dangerous, secret relationship that neither can turn away from.
Monica does love her husband, but she has met her soul mate in Quinn. This is not just a story about infidelity; it’s so much more than that. It’s about life, taking chances, following your heart, and it’s about love.
I Liked the emotional commitment of this book. The story was a slow start, and I wasn't sure what category it fit into although it did hint at being a little erotic, but once it picked up, it took off and I really enjoyed it.
It would have been 4 stars but there are a lot of errors and sometimes it’s was confusing as to who was talking,I kept being pulled from the story and having to re-read parts. Once these have been fixed this will make a very enjoyable read.
This story is divided into thirty-one chapters, one for each of the days in August that this story spans. Each day is told in great detail and becomes the biggest flaw of the novel. I found my interest waning quickly—the everyday stories of these people too tedious to keep my attention. It was only toward the end that it became interesting again.
“August Fog” needs a heavy edit for content as well as the over-use of adjectives.
Another area that needed editing was the erotica. The plentiful sex-scenes lacked subtlety and were too lengthy. By halfway through the story I was only skimming these scenes.
The overall story was coherent and finished well.
In the genre of romantic erotica, this may be considered a good story. I can only score it on its writing merits and give it three stars.
I was given a copy of this novel in return for an honest review.
It's the story of Monica Wilson (as stated at the very beginning of the novel. The 2nd line), not Monica Waters. The Description needs to be corrected.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
To be honest, this isn't something I would be tempted to flick through if I passed it in a bookshop; however, although I was always aware of not being in the author's target... Read morePublished on 13 April 2014 by S. Astbury
Monica is torn between her passion for the handsome neighbor, Quinn, and her not-so-perfect but nonetheless loving husband Alex. Read morePublished on 4 April 2014 by Gabriela Popa