Intimate Momentsby Jeané Sashi
Tonju is torn between three men vying for her attention. One is an unhappily married man from her past who is willing to let go of everything in order to be with her. The second
Trying to find love is not easy, especially when you're a successful,attractive lady in your thirties who is looking for a relationship of sustenance, after being divorced for five years.
Tonju is torn between three men vying for her attention. One is an unhappily married man from her past who is willing to let go of everything in order to be with her. The second man is her ex-husband; he's never stopped loving her, realizes his mistakes and will do what has and needs to be done to get her back. The third man is someone she just met on a girl's night out. So far he has good qualities, but there's still an air of mystery about him.
Could either of these men be the love Tonju's looking for? She has reservations, some good and some not so good, about all three of them. She's completely broken all ties with one, is leaning closely toward another one, and is looking sideways at the last one. When the bottle spins, which man will it land on? Could Tonju truly be experiencing love?
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“Intimate Moments” is a story about a young divorced woman named Tonju who engages in a relationship with three different men. She is faced with asking herself which one she could see herself with long-term. While she is contemplating her decision, she engages in multiple sexual rendezvous with them. As a precursor, I would like to say that the author did include a very nice note and autographed the book as well. I thought that it was a nice touch. The characters in Jeane’ Sashi’s “Intimate Moments” were flat and underdeveloped. This work was filled with a bunch of graphic paragraphs. The work states that it was edited, but that is impossible. When I saw a typo in the introduction I knew there was going to be a problem. There was a major problem with mechanics and usage. The POV was difficult to understand. Past and present tense were completely misused. It was difficult to complete because of several reasons but, for one, the punctuation was totally misused. The paragraphs weren’t separated properly. The dialogue became confusing because you couldn’t tell who was speaking. There were several missing words, typos, and unnecessary capitalization. I literally could not read a lot of this because of its poor quality. There was barely transition material; the story was filled with dialogue and graphic sex scenes. There was absolutely no substance. Reviewed by: Trenika
great storyline and each character was developed perfectly Tonju Lowe is a confident Senior Paralegal who has taken the bar exam, owns her home and car. She is an independent woman who does not need a man to complete her. At this time in her life, she is struggling with three highly successful men who are all vying for her love and affection. Who will she choose? Reggie is the workaholic ex-husband who chooses his career over their marriage. He still loves Tonju and has made it his mission to make sure she knows he has changed. Marcus is the old high school love who is now married. Although he still has feelings for Tonju and vice versa, Tonju has to consider the fact that this man is married, happily or not. Tony is a man she met while out with the girls. Tony puts on a good façade but as with everything else, his true colors show in no time. As Tonju watch her best friends become engaged, she realizes she must make a decision. Will Reggie be able to show her he is a changed man and they are meant to be back together? Will Marcus leave his wife to be with Tonju so they can live happily ever after? Or will Tony be able to change his outdated ways to become the man Tonju wants him to be? Intimate Moments had a great storyline but sometimes the flow was hard to follow. There are also some editing and formatting issues that really stood out. However, Ms. Jeane’ Sashi developed each character perfectly, and I would recommend this book to others. -Reviewed by Lisa