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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    In California, free sprit Nora Hammond announces a reality TV show to select the next head bartender at her popular in spot the Pink Fedora. At the same time, her look alike but opposite in outlook best friend Eleanor Jane Romano of the Art, research, Translation, Science Institute (ARTSI) learns her live in lover Byron Millman has a new lover. She swings her laptop at him, but instead hits and shatters an ancient urn her late Great Aunt Rose sent her. Ancient documents spill out.------------------- After spending the night with Nora to include a ménage de trois and voyeurism, the shell shocked Nora takes her find to her ARTSI peer Anthony Ginsburg. When she tells him if he translates one page by evening she will take him to dinner, he dives head first into this. Anthony has desired Nora since they first met and if a translation of an ancient language wins him her heart so be it. As his translation turns sexually hotter, life imitates art as Anthony and Nora make love even as they fall in love.------------- Nora is such a crazy lovable eccentric that she brings an erotic dynamic freshness to this superb XXX contemporary romance. Eleanor is a fine character in her own right and is the star of the story, but as she knows she pales next to her insane charismatic look alike except in the eyes of Anthony. Readers will enjoy the sexual antics of the two best friends while the ARTSI hunk takes advantage of the opening he has craved for quite some unrequited time.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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