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  • ISBN-13: 9780758222718
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 11/1/2007
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 5.58 (w) x 8.28 (h) x 0.97 (d)

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  • Posted October 15, 2008

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    Unparalleled Erotica!

    No other erotic romance writer can seem to equal or be as unique as P. F. Kozak. In her debut "Sins and Secrets" this talented writer took the reader on an erotic adventure above and beyond expectations by allowing the reader to choose which sensual path they would like the characters to take....and in "Take Me There" this writer successfully does it again! <BR/><BR/>The main character in this story, Journalist Presley Knowles discovers the answer to the question if a woman could love two men, but as always, pushing the erotic envelope further, P. F. Kozak adds a touch of paranormal....can a woman love a man and a ghost? Vadim, a lover from another life Presley lived centuries ago enters her life after a fatal near-death accident. When Presley wakes up in the hospital after having a strange sensual dream, it is sexy Dr. Daniel Hanson she sees standing by her bed, patiently waiting for her to quickly get well so that he can have from Presley what he witnessed as he watched her dream while caring for her. As Daniel and Presley's wild sexual relationship begins, suddenly Vadim enters Presley's life again, as well as Presley and Daniel's bed by bringing another surprise... another woman, Ezra, who happens to be Presley's sister from her other life, which Daniel just happens to be sexually drawn to as well. Will this threesome, suddenly turned foursome's love, love that is both physical and emotional, survive from the past to the present and beyond to the future? <BR/><BR/>This author just keeps getting better and better with each book. "Take Me There" is so much more than beautifully written sexually explicit love scenes. Once again, like this author's other books, it has a storyline with quality characters that keep the reader glued to the pages. If you are a fan of a well-written erotic romance, don't miss this or any other book written by P. F. Kozak! This reviewer is patiently waiting for the November 2008 release of "Do It To Me."

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A winner!

    ER Dr. Daniel Hanson saves the life of car accident victim Presley Knowles. After healing from her near fatal crash, Presley connects with Vadim, her lover from a previous lifetime, but presently a spirit who has spent seemingly forever grieving for his Ninotchka (Presley¿s name in a previous life that they spent together). She also is attracted to her medical savior. Daniel is pulled in her direction and that of Vadim¿s otherworldly friend and confident Ezra, who wants the physician.-------------- There is much more to this interesting paranormal erotic romance, using a successful children¿s technique in which the reader chooses the subplots that each of the four prime players star in. Surprisingly, each member of the strange quartet seems genuine as spirit or human they carry baggage. Fans who appreciate something different in their literature will enjoy selecting the eight options as TAKE ME THERE is one the reader will reread to see answers to what if we choose their adventures.------------ Harriet Klausner

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