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Iguana Love

3.64 of 5 stars 3.64  ·  rating details  ·  55 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Ramona Romano isn't into drugs, but all the same, she has her addiction: adventure.

Separated from her husband, she tries scuba diving to feed her addiction. Then bodybuilding. And along the way, there's one man who grows into more of a challenge than all her other endeavors: dark and smoldering Enzo. And he leads her into deeper waters than she's prepared to fathom . . .

Paperback, 192 pages
Published September 20th 2000 by Minotaur Books (first published October 1st 1999)
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Cathy DuPont
A talented writer, Vicki Hendricks, lives in Hollywood, Florida. A few years ago I was on a quest to read only Florida based writers; there turned out to be many more than I expected. I ended up reading a number of short stores (love short stories) by Hendricks and found out she was a student of James W. Hall, one of my favorite writers, who teaches creative writing at Florida International University in Miami. I really enjoyed Hendricks off-beat writing.

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Jackson Burnett
If Iguana Love had been written by a lesser author, it would have been a disaster -- a strange story line, an unlikeable narrator, and scenes that are both harrowing and painful. Vicki Hendricks, though, turns it into a tour de force.

Iguana Love isn't for timid readers. It remains and haunts.
Jul 31, 2014 Velma marked it as tbr-someday-maybe  ·  review of another edition
..."weird, creepy noir"... yes, please!
Vicki Henricks writes weird creepy noir novels that are shocking and sometimes disturbing. Iguana Love is no different. Romona Romano has lots of issues, bad marriage,obsession with diving and body building.She becomes attracted to the wrong guy and her life gets much much worse.The end is not a happy one. Still a good read.
Sharon Davies
Very weird. Mostly about sex and scuba diving.
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