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Sex as a Second Language (Lust In Translation #1)

3.49  ·  Rating Details ·  39 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Eurogirl: A single woman in Rome. Sleeping with hot foreign men. Waking up blissfully alone. Sharing all the yummy details online. It's life just the way sexcapade blogger Ariel Turner likes it until the ideal Italian bed buddy comes along. Now she's found a candidate for that position. Marc Sorrella is drop-dead gorgeous and he has the most delicious moves! Unfortunately ...more
Paperback, Harlequin Blaze #316, 248 pages
Published April 1st 2007 by Harlequin Books
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Christian
May 05, 2008 Christian rated it liked it
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Seksi bo... sangat direkomendasikan buat pembaca setia harlequin di luar sana! bercerita tentang seorang penulis blog 'misterius' (not-so misterious juga ya, secara pembaca bakal digiring ke fakta kalo tokoh utama ceweknya lah si penulis blog) yang rutin memposting tentang pengalaman2 seksnya dengan berbagai cowok. Buku pertama di seri Lust in Translation ini witty dan sempet nyerempet2 ke chicklit. Tapi yah, pas ke tengah, opini gue ini digiring lagi ke fakta kalo novel Sex as the Second Langua ...more
Netanella
Jan 30, 2010 Netanella rated it liked it
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An American emigre in Europe for 5 years moves from country to country, blogging about her travels and her sexual exploits. She hooks up with a CIA operative when her last boyfriend is caught up with terrorist activities. Plot was neat, but the book wasn't all there for me. Perhaps it was the aspect that Ariel had sex and then wrote about it anonymously online, but the sex to me was described very mechanically. Maybe it's because both Ariel and Marc tended to have long thought monologues with th ...more
Jess
Oct 27, 2007 Jess rated it it was ok
Shelves: romance
Okay book. Another Harelquin Blaze book. About a girl who blogs her sexlife but runs into trouble when her she breaks it off with a terrorist in Greece and meets and undercover CIA operative. It was okay. Not a stellar book.
missemmamm
Oct 22, 2010 missemmamm rated it liked it
It was fun. I chose it because she was a traveling blogger. Hello, I totally sympathize with that. It was okay but like most art about someone promiscuous (i.e. the movie Spread) the lead character totally changes, which I don't dig.
Jim son of Jim (formerly PhotoJim)
Ariel Turner is sleeping her way across Europe and blogging about it on the way. Of course CIA operative, Marc Sorrell is interested in her for her links to a former terrorist conquest. If you skip the plot, it is fairly steamy.
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Jamie Sobrato has dreamed of being a writer ever since composing her first bad poetry at the age of 8. Now that she’s seen 18 of her novels published in the US and around the world, she’s grateful for those grade school teachers who had the grace not to cringe at her early efforts. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Jamie now lives in Northern California, where she is at work on her next book. ...more
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