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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Review Wednesday: 'Letting Go'


Today on Review Wednesday we have Michele Zurlo erotic romance, Letting Go. So sit back and enjoy a tale of two people who make right by defeating their personal demons.

Letting Go [Awakenings 1] (Siren Publishing Classic)
The power driven Sabrina Breszewski needs a husband. Still reeling from her grandfather's death, Sabrina leans she can only get her inheritance if she's married by her thirtieth birthday, proves it to be real love and it last a year. Too bad her birthday is in three day!

Surprise wasn't the only thing Jonas Spencer was when he received the marriage proposal from Sabrina. Intrigued was more like it. She's a beautiful power house and Jonas has fantasized about being with her from the moment his eyes wondered her delicious small frame. But, Jonas has secrets he doesn't want his new wife knowing. Ones too painful to discuss.

So, when Jonas and Sabrina's 'fake marriage' becomes complicated with feelings, they must decide who's going to submit and who's going to be the dominate when Letting Go becomes their only choice.
WARNING: m/f romance, erotic sex and whipping

It's because of stories like these that I've become such a huge fan of erotic romance. The characters were so real that I thought about them long after I had finished the book. I felt their pain and cheered when Sabrina discovered that with Letting Go she became a much happier person. This story is a testament to how sometimes less power is more. As for Jonas, I loved how complicated he was. You understood why he did things you otherwise thought were stupid or secretive.

Congratulations Michele Zurlo on Five Blue Rose's! They were well earned!
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Have a Sparkling Holiday!
Rebecca Rose

Next week I'll have Ann Simko's suspense thriller, Fallen


  1. Rebecca,
    Thanks for the kind words. I'm glad you enjoyed reading Letting Go. Sabrina and Jonas remain two of my most favorite characters.

  2. I thought of them often after finishing this book. It really was awesome!

  3. Ohhh, another to add to my ebook wishlist.