PULL MY HAIR

This is true romantica. Although at times, you may want to shake Liza and tell her to get over it, the point of the story gets through: Without trust, understanding and faith, all the hot, incredible, hair-pulling sex in the world can't save a relationship. Character development is key and well executed. As an erotica, Terry's tale is almost perfect; what would have pushed it over the edge
into perfection is more sex.

Greg realizes that there are parts of her life that his wife, Liza, refuses to reveal, and sex without trust and honesty isn't what Greg wants. Frustrated by the wall Liza's thrown up, Greg sets out to make her tell all. For Liza, her childhood with an alcoholic mother is her embarrassing little secret. She doesn't see why Greg is making such a big deal about knowing her past when she knows he's her future. Worse, she doesn't get why he's letting it affect their sex life. (ELLORASCAVE.COM, dl $5.95)
Reviewed by: 
Aisha Cargile