Wednesday, December 12, 2007

The Merry Widow By Adriana Kraft

The Merry Widow
By Adriana Kraft

This was a great book full of sexual awakening and experiences. I really liked watching Merry go from being a conservative house wife to a woman in control of her body and sexuality. But don’t get me wrong this book isn’t only about sex but it’s a big part. It’s more about a woman coming into her own.
This book has a lot of twists and turns you don’t expect as Merry comes into her own.
Adriana is an excellent writer, who draws you into her story.
I give this Five Delightful Divas.

For recently widowed accountant Merry Delaney, sex didn't stop at forty - it stopped in her mid thirties, shortly after her husband was diagnosed with M.S. Now it's time for a change. A sizzling kiss from her best friend Camille St. Jermaine introduces Merry to Girls' Night Out, but she's hardly going to stop there! Chicago Detective Jim Barnes solicits Merry's help with a mob funds-skimming case, spies on her while she entertains female and male lovers, entices her into hot phone sex, and finally takes her wildly in her foyer. Can the scorching passion that soon smolders between Merry and Jim survive the escalating mob threats of exposure?

Coming January, 2008 to Whiskey Creek Torrid