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THE SWEET SPOT
by Kimberly Kaye Terry

Genre: Erotic Romance, Multicultural

2009 Erotic Romance Nominee

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Erotica gourmet Terry teases with succulent details about Gaby and Adam. Adam gorges on sadomasochism with sides of secrecy and betrayal. Once satisfied with the taste of love Adam offers, Gaby orders from another the steamiest sex she's ever enjoyed. She's ready to regurgitate, however, when presented with her own side of betrayal. Terry serves up ample offerings of plot twists, romance and suspense. Each page pulsates with sensuality until the tumultuous, yet sweet, climax.

As a pharmacist, Gaby loves her work with the community clinic. Adam, a drug supplier, is her lover until she catches him in her bed with another woman. Disgusted, she ends up in the loft of Sweet, owner of The Sweet Spot, a hot nightclub. As Adam's duplicity unravels, so does Sweet's cover as an FBI agent investigating Adam and Gaby. Sweet is afraid Gaby's been screwed one too many times to forgive him, but he knows their future depends on it. (APHRODISIA, Sep., 320 pp., $12.95)

Reviewed By: Robin R. Pendleton

Publisher: APHRODISIA

Published: September 2009

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