A Man and a Woman

A Man and a Woman

by Robin Schone

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ISBN-13: 9781617732751
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 05/27/2014
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 94
Sales rank: 195,032
File size: 593 KB

About the Author

My life has been ruled by...dinosaurs...romance...and sex.

You are no doubt asking yourself, What do dinosaurs have to do with romance and/or (gasp) sex? No, I am not into bestiality. It's really quite simple. You see...

When I was six years old, my mother took me to see a double matinee. One movie was about dinosaurs, which I loved, and the other was a sappy romance (or so I thought at the time), which she loved.

Well, it took a few years, but I finally decided there is something to that man-woman stuff. I read my first romance novel at the age of 12 (These Old Shades by Georgette Heyer), and I read my first erotic novel when I was 15 (The Way of a Maid by Mario Clement). Now I write...erotic romance books.

Where does my love of dinosaurs fit into all this? Archaeology (or paleontology, for you etymologists out there). Which in turn led me to explore ancient cultures. Think India...and Tantra, the Indian cult of ecstasy. Or in modern history, think Arabia...and The Perfumed Garden of Sensual Delight, an Arabic treatise on erotic love.

See if you can match my titles below with the research material I used to write them: Awaken, My Love; The Pearl (an underground erotic); The Lady's Tutor; Tantra; A Lady's Pleasure Captivated; and The Perfumed Garden of Cheikh Nefzaoui.

Write me with your answers! My address is: PO Box 72725, Roselle IL 60172. Or you may email me at Rsauthor@aol.com. Remember...

For every fantasy there is a book...I hope my books satisfy your fantasies!

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A Man and a Woman 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
northamericanwordcat More than 1 year ago
I have waited a long time for Muhammad's/Connor's story.  Trying to find home and himself with a widow who pretends to be prostitute to end her sexual loneliness.  Schone's writing as always is sharped edged, tender, and aching.  This romance is erotic and so human.  The leads are both well over 45 with past that have brought them to this desperate moment in an inn and have made them brave enough to love.  It is only not a 5 star because I think it would be richer if a little more of Muhammad's life in England was explored and I would have liked it to be longer with the marriage and the meeting of the family and the After. Just a few chapters more.  I highly recommend this character driven novella.