The Reunion [Interracial Erotic Romance] [NOOK Book]

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Ebony Evans is preparing to leave indefinitely to work in Africa when her ex-fiance, the handsome and rich Ethan Harrington, suddenly and unexpectedly returns after a mysterious absence. He left five years earlier, leaving only a note, but when they meet again, the fireworks begin. There are numerous obstacles to any kind of reunion, including monumental issues of trust, but love has a power all its own. Secrets are revealed, passions unleashed, forgiveness and redemption sought. But the best things in life are ...
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The Reunion [Interracial Erotic Romance]

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Overview

Ebony Evans is preparing to leave indefinitely to work in Africa when her ex-fiance, the handsome and rich Ethan Harrington, suddenly and unexpectedly returns after a mysterious absence. He left five years earlier, leaving only a note, but when they meet again, the fireworks begin. There are numerous obstacles to any kind of reunion, including monumental issues of trust, but love has a power all its own. Secrets are revealed, passions unleashed, forgiveness and redemption sought. But the best things in life are never easy, and this love is tested to the extreme.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148934219
  • Publisher: Amira Press
  • Publication date: 11/5/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,131,744
  • File size: 554 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2013

    Beautiful and deep. This novel is a case study in the

    Beautiful and deep.
    This novel is a case study in the psychology of love and trust, hope and betrayal. Ebony is living her life with the skeleton of a past love in her closet, and then she is thrown into a tornado of emotions. Technically, the shifting point of views utilized in the beginning and end have an incredible symmetry and informs the dramatic denouement. This was very innovative.
    The geographical descriptions are stunning and stark, but the sex scenes were much more explicit than I was used to in a literary novel and I read them with one eye closed. I was rather surprised by the immodesty of the writer to tell you the truth and though sex is a part of life, sometimes I would have preferred if more things had been left to the imagination. The combination of the literary novel and the explicit sex in this story could lead someone to call this novel "pornature" (porn and literature), but because the sex is secondary, I would call it "literatography."
    The drama builds to a climax in the end and I read this novel in one sitting. It reminded me of a teeter totter, where Ebony is up and down as her heart wages war between love and trust. The villain in this story is like something out of Dostoevsky and this is truly a psychological novel with the characters caught up in a whirlpool of fire. There is no doubt, for instance, that the character Bern is a psychological manifestation of Ebony's anger and Cassandra is also a kind of ghost she could have created.
    This is a novel that can appeal to a sophisticated mind or to base desires. It's incredibly refreshing to see depth in a romance novel, though, like I said, some of the scenes could make a sailor blush.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2013

    Not recommended

    This book was not worth the purchase or the time it took to read. The characters were all over the place and confusing. This book was boring and not well put together. It gave me the impression that the author was making it up as she was writing it. The book was slow and the characters were not interesting. Usually when reading books you start to like and identify with a character in the story but you never identify with any of the characters. This book is not worth the cost or your time reading it. It took me over a week to finish it and it never take me more than a day or two to finish a good book. The only reason I finished the book is because I spent my money on it. I wouldn't read this book if it was free. This book was all over the place, confusing and down right boring.

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