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Apr 20, 2011

All The Time by Cherie Denis

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Title: All the Time
Author: Cherie Denis
Publisher: Secret Cravings
Genre: Erotic Romance
Length: 147 pgs.
Reviewed By: Madeline Smoot

Ratings For:
Cover: 5
Presentation: 5
Editing: 4
Story: 2
Writing Ability: 2

Overall Card Rating: 

About the Book:
Mike Sneider is one lucky guy. He has a gorgeous wife who is always in the mood for sex. Anytime, anywhere.

There is only one problem in their lives. Mike can’t give Lanie the one thing she desires most. Her own penis.

A local woman might be able to help. Lawanda has potions that could make their lives perfect and give Lanie the one thing she wants more than anything.

After one whirlwind weekend in each other’s bodies, the possibility of making it permanent looms on the horizon. What happens if they do?

The Review:
Mike Sneider is a man who has it all – great job, nice home, and a smokin’ wife with an inescapable sex drive. The only problem that he can find in his existence is that his wife will end up killing him from too much sex, but “what a way to go.”

Lanie Sneider has the perfect life - amazingly gorgeous husband who adores her, and all the trappings of the upper middle class, but she is missing something: a penis. She wants to have a penis of her own that she can play with and share all the time.

Artfully woven, this book allows the reader to ride the waves of hedonistic pleasure as Lanie tries to satisfy her longing for a male appendage of her own. It is obvious throughout the story that her husband will do anything to make her happy and that includes meeting with a priestess.

While the love scenes were beyond naughty and leave the reader needing a smoke afterward, there wasn’t much more to the plot. I would have liked to have seen the plot expanded and not simply relied on the sex to keep the reader’s attention. Lanie’s character also needs to be expanded; she was portrayed as little more than an amateurish tease, that was nowhere near believable.

There is no doubt that this book needs to be accompanied with a fire extinguisher. Naughty and delightful, this will be sure to intrigue the adventurous and the lusty.

Pagan Elements: N/A


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