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Long Slow Burn

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  • Posted April 7, 2011

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    The second contemporary E-male romance is a fun tale

    In Milwaukee as she nears thirty, Kim Horton joins her three friends Marie Hewitt, Darcy Clark and Candy Graham at the monthly Women in Power meeting. Darcy owns MilwaukeedatesCom. Having recently gotten an E-male for Candy (see Turn Up The Heat) she turns her attention to helping Kim with her extinct love life. Kim agrees to try her service. At the same time Kim's worried that her Charlotte Web's Design is failing after five years of her hard work.

    Kim's roommate Nathan Alexander is a womanizer who prefers drinking beer (with her loser younger brother) as if they still are in college. In fact, Nathan has been into Kim for years, but assumes she is so not into him as he is always a fool in front of her. Still he decides to risk his soul by vying for his Kim's heart.

    The second contemporary E-male romance is a fun tale especially from the moment Nathan steps on the pizza just when Kim gives him the silent lecturing evil eye. The story line is at its best when the pair bickers their way to love. Although subplots involving other characters subtract from the stars' Sharpe segue, readers will enjoy Nathan's fumbling attempts to show his beloved he is a serious contender for her love.

    Harriet Klausner

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