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Strange Attractions

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

A sizzler

In Mosswood near Seattle, B.G. Grantham is the world¿s leading quantum particles expert, but between his research leaps, he enjoys studying attraction and desire in human relationships. He selects subjects and has his sexual majordomo Eric Berne negotiates with the cho...
In Mosswood near Seattle, B.G. Grantham is the world¿s leading quantum particles expert, but between his research leaps, he enjoys studying attraction and desire in human relationships. He selects subjects and has his sexual majordomo Eric Berne negotiates with the chosen one............................. For the first time, B.G. surprises his employee, lover, and friend Eric by allowing him to choose between two viable subjects. Eric selects Charity Wills, but then raises the ante by telling B.G. the rules are no one gets off until the new subject arrives. Eric visits Charity at Future Tech where she works and makes a deal she cannot refuse. His boss will pay for her to attend Harvard if she willingly spends time at a sexual retreat with B.G and him; he also stipulates she can refuse to have sex and leave early if she feels uncomfortable. As B.G. works on Charity¿s inner desires, she is attracted to Eric, who surprises himself as he wants her and not just for a quickie. Still the bisexual Eric must decide between B.G. and his beloved as his employer has actually manipulated his desires in his latest human experiment..................................... STRANGE ATTRACTIONS is a strange erotic contemporary romance starring a couple odd male characters and a feisty female protagonist. The triangle is fun to follow as Eric finds himself yanked by love along two lines. Charity is a fine player who matches and raises her two ¿opponents¿ in a game of stud poker. Filled with profanity and hands on (literally) sexual encounters, XXX readers will enjoy this wild tale and want more from the master of quantum physics in which one does the act and then seeks the desire........................... Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Imperfect Delight

This story isn't perfect, far from it actually. The quantum mechanics subplot fell flat and came to no successful conclusion. She took some liberties with the particle accelerator but all that can be excused because obviously, this story's main purpose is to arouse, whi...
This story isn't perfect, far from it actually. The quantum mechanics subplot fell flat and came to no successful conclusion. She took some liberties with the particle accelerator but all that can be excused because obviously, this story's main purpose is to arouse, which it does pretty well. Like much erotic fiction, the premise is a stretch but it's a case of the ends justifying the means.

posted by Anonymous on September 22, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2008

    Imperfect Delight

    This story isn't perfect, far from it actually. The quantum mechanics subplot fell flat and came to no successful conclusion. She took some liberties with the particle accelerator but all that can be excused because obviously, this story's main purpose is to arouse, which it does pretty well. Like much erotic fiction, the premise is a stretch but it's a case of the ends justifying the means.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2009

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    ooo-la-la

    i agree with the last poster! the story DID fall flat when E.H. attempted to use science in her plot. her talent lies in that which is carnal, not scientific and everytime i read a bit which made no sense scientifically, i was a bit turned off to her as an author. shortly thereafter though, i'd read a bit of kink and be excited all over again lol. ooo the lust this woman inspires is just amazing. i'd like to take a romp through her mind sometime ;)

    so please, just stick to the smut, ms. holly! you've never gone wrong there lol.

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