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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2006

    Great new German review for Take Two

    Now that Take Two is out, I'm getting all kinds of good reviews for it. I got four stars from RT magazine and five cups from Erotic Romance. But I think my favorite review so far comes from the German romance journal, Loveletter. This was forwarded to me by a friend who wrote and translated the review from German into English. I think you'll find it doesn't lose a bit in the translation.................................. In search of a professional challenge, fledgling reporter Sadie Thomas decides to leave the Earth colonies. On a Saturn mining colony she poses as a cybernetic prostitute, in hope to thusly gain better insights about the intergalactic sex industry. However, she didn't anticipate meeting Detectives David Blakely and Christian Holstein, who are investigating undercover some dishonest machinations. Henceforth, the newly founded ménage à trois not only surrenders to sensual challenges but also has to fight against unforeseen dangers¿..................................... The formerly with e-publisher Liquid Silver Books released story Take Two by Evangeline Anderson offers an entertaining reading time for fans of futuristic stories combined with plenty of sex scenes. Sadie, David and Christian make a nice trio, differently characterized, but without missing popular characteristics, they take the reader into a world full of sex & crime. Evangeline Anderson's forte is definitely to pen erotic love scenes and to create intensive characters. The newly built universe supports the advancement of the suspense part with its invented conditions and rules however it should be mentioned that the main focus lies unquestionably on the relationship and sex scenes....................................... Katharina for the German romance journal LoveLetter................................... Isn't that great? I love a review that makes me smile and this one is definitely unique. : ) Evangeline

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    entertaining erotic science fiction police procedural

    IO Moon Times reporter Sadie Thomas masquerades as a cybernetic prostitute to expose the infamous intergalactic sex industry. Her mission seems successful so she activates her invisibility chip to escape before being sold on the black market. However, the cheap chip fails and she is purchased by two hunks, David Blakely and Christian Holtstein. --- Sadie does not realize that her owners are actually Earth based Detectives First Class following a lead on an investigation. The two cops share a psychic chip connection and soon sexually repressed Sadie joins in the fun. She is on the story of a lifetime as the trio follows clues all over the galaxy. The ménage de trois between two hunks and a sexy woman brings extraordinary pleasure to this triad. --- Evangeline Anderson provides a creative entertaining erotic science fiction police procedural that takes readers on some of the more interesting pleasure domes in the Anderson galaxy. The action-packed story line is driven by the ménage de trois as the three lead protagonists make love while working a potentially dangerous case though the investigation somewhat takes a back seat to the sexual trysts. Not for everyone, TAKE TWO is a solar heated thriller in and out of the boudoir. --- Harriet Klausner

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