Winner (3rd place), Laurel Wreath (Long Contemporary Romance) Winner (3rd place), Judge A Book By Its Cover Contest (Sexiest Cover) Finalist, HOLT. Bliss By Opal Carew – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Lock the door and get ready to follow your bliss Kara is a sex columnist who believes lovemaking is a natural physical function and nothing.

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Because this book focuses on him ipal left that relationship and looking for his own woman. Then there’s Hanna’s weird sister Grace and the sex talks the two have. The differences between romance and Hanna runs a successful cafe and has a loving boyfriend called Grey – but she has never had an orgasm.

But when he volunteers to tutor caew in the ancient sensual arts and show her what Tantra is all about—one look at his smoking hot body and wildly good looks, and it’s an offer she can’t refuse.

I really liked the characters Hanna, Grey, and J.

Blush by Opal Carew

They both wanted to put some sizzle into their sex life and to get help for Hanna’s lack of orgasms. Kara and JM are great. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. I hated that he went by J. After I am done, I am done- I need more substance.

After all the Amish romance novels, after all the reality television shows about Amish and Mennonite teenagers going off to big cities, after all the trumped-up stories about what it’s like to be lured into the world, aren’t people the least bit curious about what life in Plain communities is actually like, and what it really feels like to be torn between two worlds?


Plus the fact that the story evolve around heroine’s sex problem and no outside problem make it more 2D erotica than realistic contemporary fiction. Kara is a sex columnist who is on her way to an important Sex Conference, to interview Jeremy Smith-a Tantra master who thinks sex is the way to reach a higher plane.

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It was basically just one steamy scene after another not that I’m really complaining. It was also strange for a contemporary novel that no mention was made for birth control or condoms so it seemed unlikely that intelligent people would have sex repeatedly with strangers without any kind of protection in this day and age. When I finished the book, I was left wondering about J.

Not exactly what I imagined this book would be. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. I think that books should have a good plot and characters that m Awful! The book is well written and it’s hot! I would actually rate this 3. I was laughing at the ridiculousness of it all. I wasn’t impressed with this book.

Bliss by Opal Carew – FictionDB

Hanna Lane wishes she could shed her inhibitions and unleash her wild side in the bedroom. Varew 01, Mahlet marked it as to-read Shelves: It was good for what it was, but nothing I feel the need to rave about. Her fantasies were way off for a woman who couldn’t achieve and O.


I wanted more on that end. Not that I’m complaining: She was very skittish for a grown woman, and yet she oozed sexual confidence when she was actually having sex. But Hanna’s desire is clear to her.

Not bad but not really good either I liked that for once the heroine willing to discover all her fantasies was not a blushing virgin or close to one and that she showed some hesitations a few moments in time.

Give me a fan Hanna wants to unleash her wild side in the bedroom. OK, so the story is not the greatest story ever told.

Which was kinda gross. It’s what takes up care large majority of the text. Living people Canadian romantic fiction writers Canadian women writers Women romantic fiction writers Canadian erotica writers Women erotica writers. The characters are interesting, the sex smokin’ hot, and the storyline was pretty good.

I think I keep hoping one will be a book that pulls everything together.