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LYING IN MID-AIR
by Anne Tourney

Genre: Erotic Romance

2007 Erotic Fiction Nominee

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This smartly written tale is told from the perspective of three women and one man whose imaginings are more exciting than their realities. Their flaws that make them interesting, as each interaction reveals something new about their personalities. Tourney has a good ear for dialogue, knows how to set a scene and creates sexual encounters that are satisfyingly real.

Business consultant Lauryn flies from one boring assignment to another. The lies she tells about her life are much more interesting than reality. Chloe is a student with a crush on her therapist. Veronica shines shoes at the airport while dreaming of starting her own goth escort service. Three different women, each living in her fantasies, are about to fall for the same sexy journalist who has a few fantasies of his own. (CHEEK, Dec., 256 pp., $12.95)

Reviewed By: Gail Pruszkowski

Publisher: Cheek

Published: December 2007

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