By Gems80 -
Great Read!! I was not expecting the story to end the way that it did, but was pleasantly surprised. So happy that Kevin & Melanie found & took a chance on True Love....
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Women flock to him like bees to honey. They fall at his feet at the sight of him. As he hands them their drinks, they leave their panties as a tip. Although he's aggressive, he's still shy and flattered by all the attention he receives from Ladies. He can't understand why all the attention, he's just like any average male with a large sexual appetite, and has his way of giving the Ladies pleasure.
But, there's only one Lady that seems to be catching his eye. He can't seem to get her out of his mind. Her sexiness has him off balanced. He sees other women, he has even gone on a date or two but, his mind is gravitating towards one.
What is it that he's feeling? Or is it he wants what he feels he can't have? Is she out of his league?
The J Spot is her sophomore novel; her freshman novel, Intimate Moments was the start of her novel writing career.
Jeané Sashi always knew she would become an author, even as she was taking an unlikely path to that destination. A native of Los Angeles, California.
Jeané Sashi spent years in Corporate America before she tested her entrepreneurial spirit. She opened her first home based business as a Paralegal and went on to have other home based businesses. However, Jeané Sashi never lost the dream to write and when the "bug" hit her again in 2009, she answered the call.
Jeané Sashi originally self published Rebuilding You! Cleaning Up Your Credit…Yourself! followed by Considering a Home Based Business under her full name, Jeané Elliott Bennett in 2010 while writing my first novel, Intimate Moments, which was published and released in 2011, she wanted to write a book as entertaining as any book on the market, and have the book still be a page-turner.
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This is the story of Kevin Stokes. He ends up working as a manager at a bar called The J Spot. He meets many women in his line of work and some of his work ethics are questionable. Good at what he does, he is given an opportunity he can't pass up. Along the way he meets Melanie and the sparks fly. They decide to make a go of it as a couple and so the story begins. I understand the concept of Jeane' Sashi’s “The J Spot,” but it did not flow well. I expected more based off the synopsis. The story, however, somewhat fell short. The relationship between Kevin and Melanie developed so fast and a lot of it was somewhat far-fetched. I felt like a lot of key elements were left out. There were many grammatical errors. This diminished the story. There is a sequel. Maybe all of my unanswered questions will be answered in the next book. Reviewed by: Lisa M.
rife with tension and romance, sex and sensuality Reading “The J Spot” was an interesting journey for me as a reader. The tale was rife with tension and romance, sex and sensuality, and some other quick twists that kept me wondering what would happen next. It had all the elements I needed, and I was all set for a great sitting. And then, I hit the end of the book and was left wondering, “what happened?”. Now, the sex was fun and interesting, including some locales and situations the characters found themselves in, don’t get me wrong (I’ll never look at a tent in the same way again…whew *fanning self*). The connection between Melanie and Kevin was strong from the start, and the one between the supporting characters, Isaac and Mina was developing nicely also, which is why I was so disappointed by the way things abruptly ended. Jeane Sashi spun a story that for me was entertaining, but I found myself looking for more to the story was the end as near. The happily ever after is something I love to be shown as a reader, and it didn’t happen here. But, all was not lost, though. The suspense was delicious, and the drama was crazy, to say the least LOL. There were times where I wondered if Kevin was messing around with fire with some of the things he did in the book, and I wanted to wring his neck with some other things he got himself into, even though he did play things straight up. You’ll see what I mean when you get the book! I would still recommend this book to anyone who would enjoy a story for the entertainment value, and the ending might be enough for them, but for me, I needed closure. -Reviewed by Shakir