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Better Than 8 Fantasy

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Amara Simmons has always fantasized about having two lovers but believes it is just that: a fantasy. She likes her men "gifted", if you know what I mean. At the suggestion of a friend she registers for an online dating website for well-endowed men called betterthan8.com. She believes nothing will come of her site membership but after months of flirting online via email and instant messaging, she's shocked to discover that she's fallen for a gorgeous Latin man that has the potential to be her everything - except ...
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Overview

Amara Simmons has always fantasized about having two lovers but believes it is just that: a fantasy. She likes her men "gifted", if you know what I mean. At the suggestion of a friend she registers for an online dating website for well-endowed men called betterthan8.com. She believes nothing will come of her site membership but after months of flirting online via email and instant messaging, she's shocked to discover that she's fallen for a gorgeous Latin man that has the potential to be her everything - except he never calls and she has no idea why. Nursing a broken heart she is totally unprepared to meet her would-be Latin lover in person much less at the negotiation table of a multi million-dollar real estate deal. In Puerto Rico, passion ignites. Promises are finally fulfilled and the lines of reality blur when her fantasy finally blooms to life. Can Amara have it all: the deal, the man, and the fantasy?
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Editorial Reviews

Megan Meggerfly
I really enjoyed this book. There are many reasons why. One of them is the way that it’s written. It’s very current and uses everyday vernacular. I can easily see myself sitting and relaxing with Amara and her girls. Another reason why I liked it is the issue addressed in the book. Like it or not I’m not ashamed to say that size does matter. —
Nikora Chan
I like how the author chose something current, using a website to meet someone, it happens and it's realistic. All in all i enjoyed this book, for the amount of pages, a lot happens and the characters do stand out. It's easy to relate to them and they are described well. The sex scenes are vivid and thrilling, giving the reader exactly what they want from this genre.
Satin Sue
I really enjoyed this story, I think there was something for everyone. What I loved best was the relationship Amara had with her girls. I could see us sitting round the way the girls in the book did. I think that's was why I liked this book so much was because it was so real. I found so many laughable moments in this book and I think this series has got the making of a winning series i really enjoyed it.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615504551
  • Publisher: Tadpole Productions
  • Publication date: 6/28/2011
  • Pages: 136
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.32 (d)

Meet the Author

An avid reader by nature, Erin Jamison dreamed of telling stories of my very own. She creates stories that promote individuality, confidence, fearlessness, fortitude, and passion. Erin Jamison writes sensual erotic stories of women who know what they want and aren't afraid to go after it.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2012

    Stupid ending.

    The book had all the potential of being a great book but the ending was just so ridiculous......that would never happen. And it was too bad it ended the way it did as the rest of the book was good.

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  • Posted June 18, 2011

    A Great Read!

    Book Review: Better Than 8: Fantasy is an exploration into sensuality, a sexual fantasy that explores the very human side of the character Amara and her emotional and physical needs. Amara has been hurt, emotionally devastated by a man she thought loved her, as she loved him. She feels used, her self esteem is at an all time low, her successful real estate business fill her hours and her lonely nights. Author Erin Jameson touches on the relationships that Amara has with her girl buddies, the closeness and the shared laughter and trust they invest in each other will ring true for most of the readers. She has them, and they provide her with friendship and comic relief. The woman are as different from each other as it's possible to be. Like the real world, these characterizations are warmly etched, each of the women.Nikki, Charlie, Stacey and Nessa, bring something unique to their friendship. When her dear friend Charlene aka Charlie.suggests that Amara join an online dating site with a difference, Amara is curious, although feeling more than a little foolish she joins. The site is of course the "Better Than 8" of the title, no prizes for guessing what the "Better Than 8" stands for! That's right. Better Than 8 is for men to connect to women on the site who are unafraid to express their need for a well endowed male. Simple, not really. Amara doesn't expect to connect to anyone. When she receives a response from a man known as Seva she anticipates no more than a casual flirtation online. Over a period of months they communicate every day, often several times a day. They share laughter, likes, dislikes..their humor is compatible . all in all a lovely relationship that they both seem determined to continue. Overnight, something changes. Amara stops receiving messages from Seva. Completely, nothing, not a word. He disappears from the site, and Amara feels like a total fool. She says nothing to her female friends, holding the hurt inside and determined to never again allow herself to be made a fool of. Her thriving real estate business stands to make or lose a lot of money: everything hinges on Amara travelling to Puerto Rico and unraveling the complicated holdups on a large purchase being handled by her company. Puerto Ricco.that is where Seva lives. The businessman she meets up with invites her to an important meeting, Amara walks in and freezes as she comes face to face with the devastatingly attractive Seva himself. What follows is a journey into sensuality. Beautifully written scenes of passion and exchange of highly charged emotions. The arrival of Naldo on the scene the next morning could unhinge everything. Naldo is Seva's housemate.but that's not all he is. I will not spoil the remainder of the book for you, let's just say that some fantasy's are well drawn and some are not. This one is done extremely well. Hot enough to make you smile. If you enjoy erotic fantasy, and a fast paced, well written story then "Better Than 8: Fantasy" by Erin Jameson is a definite must read.

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