Book: Dance of the Seven Veils

Cris Anson
Ellora’s cave / 2005
Mass Market / 213 Pages

Robbed of her self-esteem during a loveless marriage, recently divorced Lyssa Markham allows her best friend to drag her, costumed as Salome, to a masquerade. She's shocked then intrigued to discover the participants are members of an exclusive sex club. Hiding behind her mask, she permits her long-submerged sensual side to re-emerge as erotic sights and sounds bombard her. Seeing a darkly sexy gladiator inspires her to dance for him, seductively removing one veil at a time until she falls naked into his hot embrace. Days later, she learns her ex has neglected to fulfill an urgent financial stipulation in the divorce decree. Unable to reach him, she storms into his lawyer's office to resolve the problem and comes face to face with her gladiator. His first words, "Lift up your skirt. Salome." Robert Savidge is everything a woman could want-rich, handsome, successful. Should she obey her impulse and run from him? Or can she find the courage to explore her nascent sensuality with this man who so obviously wants to teach her?

I picked this book up because I was looking for something new to read – found it.

What I liked the Most? The poolside scene

What I liked the Least? The romance was a little to “pat” for my taste

Review: OMG – this book is almost too hot for words – from the opening party to the end of the story, but it was a sweet love/finding yourself story. Just do not read it if you are at all prudish (Hey Theresa not your type of book!!!).

I enjoyed the fact that the recent divorcee found out that she is not a fridge cow and in fact is a beautiful sexual woman AND then reclaimed herself from her mentally/sexually abusive ex.

Recommended to: Fans of graphic erotica

Best Quote: Hmm I try to keep this blog PG13 and my favorite “line” is way too graphic – so I will abstain from posting right now. LOL.

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