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Somebody's Lover

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2007

    Prepare to sweat!

    Get ready to be scorched by these tantalizing erotic short stories. I will give a little teaser of each story but you will not know what you're missing if you don't go and get your own copy of Somebody's Lover. Somebody's Lover: Forbidden love is always the sweetest. In this story Taylor has been widowed for three years and craves sexual attention only a man can give. She attempts the bar scene at Saddles N Spurs dressed unlike anything she has ever done before. She was all hookered out looking for a guy to give it up for a one night stand. Little did she know that she would attract Jace, her brother-in-law, of all people. After proving she was a woman who had needs by kissing Jace in the cab of his truck they knew one kiss would never be enough. Secret meetings and phone calls could not measure to the physical touch of Jace's working man hands. It is all so wrong but it feels so right. Can the family accept Taylor and Jace's relationship, considering the guilt of Lou's death? Somebody's Ex: David Jackson needed change in his life he planned to quit the family business because he needed some time to himself. He still had not gotten over the death of his brother, or the scene he witnessed weeks ago between his brother and sister-in-law. That is until love literally fell right in front of him. Her name was Randi and she was the most beautiful thing David had ever seen. She couldn't cook to save her life, but she was a wildcat in the bedroom. Caviar paste sure could hold tons of possibilities. Both had pasts that were long from forgotten, but together they could over come anything. With David's help Randi stood up to her father and would come to realize she truly was special and in turn Randi would help David through the stress of his brother, Lou's, death. Somebody's Wife: Connie was tired of going without sex, and she desperately wanted another baby. The problem was her penny pinching worrywart husband, Mitch. Connie even bought sex toys to entice him and spice up their love life, in hopes of getting what she wanted. And boy oh boy did those toys light a fire, but not enough to change Mitch's mind. Connie thought all was well and she was going to bring the baby subject up again, until she caught Mitch checking her birth control pack to make sure she was taking the pills every day. Mitch confessed he did not want another child and then Connie threw the word divorce at him. Connie wanted a healthy happy sex life, no more going two months without so much as a single touch. She also wanted to be a happy family again, but she was just tired of being somebody's wife. She wanted much more. These three erotic short stories are positively one of the most touching collections I have ever read. One minute you're hot, ready to pull your lover into the bedroom and have a nice romp in the hay then the next minute you're grabbing for tissues as tears roll down your face. Ms. Haynes had me from the very first page. If I had to choose one word to describe her writing style, I couldn't! There are many words that would fit, Extraordinary, Fantastic, Remarkable, and most defiantly HOT! All you erotica lovers out there, this is the book for you! Warning though, you will be turned on while reading Somebody's Lover so make sure you've got a lover on standby because you're gonna need them! 5 Hearts all the way to Jasmine Haynes!!!!

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2008

    Pure romance at its best!

    Wow is all i can say....i usually hate novellas i almost always feel cheated b/c i don't get into the plot or characters but thats NOT at all what i felt about this....it was utterly amazing and i give Jasmine Haynes two thumbs up!! Each of the three stories all tie into each other and keeps the story flowing perfectly...it was romantic, sexy, and it was also very real in the sense that those things really do happen in life...it wasn't far fetched and thats what i loved about it so much!!!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2007

    Amazing

    I was just walking around the book, and having extra money I decided to by a few books. When I picked this particular book I never expected it to be soooo great. I absolutely loved this book. It has the basis of a great love story. It's funny, romantic, and even make you tear up. I would recomened it to anyone. Enjoy

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2008

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    Three novellas connected which I really liked because it made this seem like one story instead of three short ones. I generally don't like novellas because I always feel cheated. Liked this though. The author did a great job of keeping things (the sexy scenes) HOT and varied from story to story.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 5, 2014

    Awesome

    Awesome

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  • Posted September 17, 2013

    This is an interesting story. You have a widow trying to get out

    This is an interesting story. You have a widow trying to get out into the world again and find herself.. And her brother in law. A little creepy but hey, things happen in life! I enjoyed the storytelling from several peoples view points, it added some depth to it. Not crazy about the ending, but i know there are more stories to come so it's not like I'll never hear about these people again and have to make up stuff in my head.

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  • Posted July 23, 2012

    Highly Recommend!!

    Hot Hot Hot!!

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  • Posted September 5, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2006

    three delightfully torrid romances

    ¿Somebody's Lover'. Just outside of Willoughby, California, Jace Jackson is shocked to find his sister-in-law Taylor in a dive. A widow mother of two, Taylor wants the touch of a good man, something she misses since her beloved spouse Lou died. Though he has some doubts about the ethics Jace begins seeing Taylor. As they fall in love, they fear the reactions of her children and his family. --- 'Somebody's Ex'. Jace¿s brother David is upset with his sibling for stomping on the memory of Lou. However while driving his pickup he stops to help divorcee Randi Anderson and her ¿family¿ dog Royal. They begin seeing each other as he wants an affair, but she thinks she has found her soulmate this time around. --- 'Somebody's Wife'. Connie is worried that the third Jackson brother Mitch is having an affair so she decides to seduce him. However, her efforts fail to bring Mitch out of his funk as she does not realize he is obsessed with money and caring for her and their two children if he should die since she gave birth to their second child. --- The Jackson Brothers, their women, their children, and their parents provide the audience with three delightfully torrid romances within a nurturing family drama as each of the couples has different critical issues to confront. --- Harriet Klausner

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