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  • Posted December 21, 2014

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    Title: Colors of the Night Author: Adriana Kraft Publisher: eX

    Title: Colors of the Night
    Author: Adriana Kraft
    Publisher: eXtasy Books
    Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
    Rating: 5

    "Colors of the Night" by Adriana Kraft

    Book Description...

    "The dazzling and timeless love goddess, Aria, pays a visit to struggling thirty-something Jamie and Ryan Hazleton, who are on the brink of divorce. When the hot sex that results from her first lesson cools to icy glares, Aria decides to move in with them and provide more experiential learning. Can Ryan overcome his jealousy of Jamie-s uninhibited response to the delectable goddess? What if he succumbs to his own desires? Only time will tell whether this love triangle with an immortal will ignite or extinguish the dying embers of Jamie and Ryan-s love."

    What I liked about this novel....

    I thought "Colors of the Night" was a interesting story of how these authors were able to present it so real to the readers. We found this couple was drifting apart...what will happen when Jamie and Ryan are visited by the goddess of love...Aria (the women of the lake) let them know..."You have each forgotten how to love." "You two need help." And as this story will go...after Ryan starts to believe that Goddess Aria is a real person...she then will began her talent of showing them how to love. The story will take off with Aria doing just that...showing Jamie and Ryan how to make love with each other and so much more will come out of all of this. Now, let me say up front this is a erotic mature read. If this isn't your kind of read, you should stop right here but if you want to know more you will quickly see how Aria begins to let these two know that they must have time and space for making love. I liked how these authors really put a lots into the script explaining it all with such good descriptions where there will be no wondering to what it going on with this couple and even with this goddess Aria even becomes (hands on) involved at times with these two. Yes, goddess Aria will be their to demonstrate many of her tired and true methods. I liked how this goddess Aria explained her real name was Amrita which meant a juice or nectar of love... 'a sap that flows through humans.' Yes, be ready because there will be some hot and steamy love scenes...from water jetted tubs... use of oils, garter belts and stockings, from strawberry jam, vibrators, silver balls, to name a few. In the end after this goddess is almost ready to leaves will it be for this couple? Will Jamie and Ryan be able to "move to new height as a couple" without goddess Aria being around and learn from this experience with the goddess Aria who taught them so much during her visit? Now, this is where I will just say you will have to pick up "Colors of the Night" to see for yourself how well these authors bring this amazing read all out to the reader. It will be a very interesting and captivating read where you will not want to put it down until the end.

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