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Better Than 8: Fantasy

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Better Than 8 Fantasy

by Erin Jamison

Author’s site /Blog Published May 27th 2011 by Tadpole Productions


Amara Simmons has always fantasized about having two lovers but believes it is just that: a fantasy. She likes her men “gifted”, if you know what I mean. At the suggestion of a friend she registers for an online dating website for well-endowed men called She believes nothing will come of her site membership but after months of flirting online via email and instant messaging, she’s shocked to discover that she’s fallen for a gorgeous Latin man that has the potential to be her everything – except he never calls and she has no idea why.

Nursing a broken heart she is totally unprepared to meet her would-be Latin lover in person much less at the negotiation table of a multi million-dollar real estate deal. In Puerto Rico, passion ignites. Promises are finally fulfilled and the lines of reality blur when her fantasy finally blooms to life. Can Amara have it all: the deal, the man, and the fantasy?- Goodreads

My Thoughts:

What a great time I had reading this book!

The beginning was really fun with Amara her friends chatting and some hilarious moments! By the middle of the book I thought it was too predictable, and then a “what the F?!” twist almost by the end of the book changes everything you thought you knew!

The idea is great, but I believe it has a few “executing” issues. What I mean is that it has potential but a lot of things along the way interrupted this promising plot. The pacing wasn’t right: the middle is the weakest part -and separates the story between part one and part two- it was lacking descriptions and elements that connected these 2 parts together. The second part could be a plot for a whole new book. I felt like there was a lot of good ideas mixed together and needed to be better organized and explained. Don’t get me wrong, I liked it, however, it could be better.

Afterall it was fun, sexy and a good book for a debut! I’ll keep an eye on Erin Jamison’s next releases!


 Better Than 8: Fantasy


Better Than 8: Fantasy

This book was kindly provided by the author. That doesn’t affect my opinion about the book.

Better Than 8: Fantasy


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