Addicted. (fiction reviews).
Zoe Reynard has everything a woman could want: a lucrative business, a wonderful marriage to the love of her life and three beautiful children. Zoe also lives a secret life that may destroy everything she cherishes. She is addicted to sex.
Zoe became sexually aware at a young age, but it's not until she's older that she realizes the depth of her problem. The turmoil begins when she meets a talented painter named Quinton. Unable to resist his seductive temptations or her unending sexual urges, she begins an affair with him. His sexual prowess unleashes her desires for more experimentation, and she takes two more lovers. Then tragedy strikes, escalating to violence, and a murder mystery begins.
Zane has written a novel with all the elements necessary for a best-seller. The original self-published version did sell, after all, an impressive 50,000 copies. And why not? Every character is motivated by their dark secrets. Each steamy page holds its own surprise. The author's conversational writing style and controversial subject matter captivates the reader until the final scene. Erotic fiction complete with explicit language and sexual content.
Kimberley White is the author of the romance novel Sweet Tomorrows.
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|Publication:||Black Issues Book Review|
|Article Type:||Book Review|
|Date:||Nov 1, 2001|
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