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Quench My Thirst

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fine investigative erotic romantic suspense

    In Chicago, day and night Trevor Calhoun and Damian Adams are salesmen however, their daytime product is a bit different than the personal service they provide during the evening. At night they sell themselves to females needing their fantasies turned into realities especially women in positions of power who willingly pay to spend bedroom time with either of the two African-American hunks. --- However, their idyll world of upper class male hookers collapses when the Chicago police arrest Trevor for the murder of a client. He asks the one woman he always has loved his childhood Olivia Cane to make bail for him. By asking her he knows he must tell her the truth about his vocation. Trevor feels embarrassed about how he makes a living a feeling he never felt before since he started servicing women for a fee. However, what he does not know is that by bringing his beloved Olivia into his mess, he has made her a target of the real culprit if he did know Trevor would have preferred remaining behind bars because he never wanted to hurt Olivia, which his profession does anyway. --- Though meeting too many of the clients in their sex scenes that seem unnecessary to the investigative erotic romantic suspense prime story line, fans will enjoy watching the bond between Trevor and Olivia as they go about admitting their love while trying to prove his innocence (of the homicide that is). When the plot focuses on Trevor's current troubles, QUENCH MY THIRST is a strong tale when it goes sidebar to enough ladies to fill up Wrigley Stadium or his muses over his past even with his beloved, the novel slows down. Still overall this is a torrid romantic suspense starring a hero who knows the heat is on. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2007

    Make room on your reading list for Quench My Thirst

    I really enjoyed reading Quench My Thirst. This novel is wonderfully entertaining and exciting. The characters are interesting, original and very believable. These characters are unique and their stories are well developed and extremely intriguing. Although R. Moreen Clark is a woman, she does an extraordinary job of depicting the inner thoughts of her male characters as well as capturing the essence of true male friendship. The first two or three chapters are more informative than entertaining. However, the chapters that follow are filled with scenes that will keep the reader¿s eyes glued to the pages till the end of the book, leaving the reader desperate for more. The imagery in this novel is impeccable. Clark does an excellent job of projecting her scenes into the reader¿s mind as if the reader were watching a mental motion picture. I give this book four and a half and I strongly recommend reading it, near a fan, with a glass of iced cold water. Hot!!!

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