Kara is a sex columnist who believes lovemaking is a natural physical function and nothing more. When she meets a J.M—a Tantra master who thinks sex is the way to reach a higher spiritual plane—she thinks he's whacked. But when he volunteers to tutor her in the ancient sensual arts and show her what Tantra is all about—one l ...more
It felt like most of the book consisted of sex scenes, but the actual page count puts them at about 34%. Kara was ok in the beginning, but by the end of the book, I didn’t like her. She was like a selfish kid in a candy store. She meets JM and has amazing sex with him. Then she says can we do it with two men? Then she wants to do it with more than two men. Then she wants ...more
This book is a follow up to Carew's book Blush in that it continues the story of Tantra expert, J.M. I don't think you have to have read Blush first. It's been ages since I read it and I don't remember much and this one read okay. But it can't hurt to read Blush first.
Kara Spencer is a sex columnist heading to a sex conference where her editor has asked her to interview Tantra expert Jeremy "J.M." Smith. Kara might ...more
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.
The hero on the other hand looked a bit too perfect to be real.
What let me down is that, as often in erotica, I did not get when or more especially how the hero and heroine could fall in love with each other. It just so happened and I just so did not buy it ;(
Regarding the steamy scenes, the ...more
Also, it was hard to get over the lack of safe sex practices, including vaginal sex after anal sex with no cleaning of the penis in between. It was also hard to feel that Kara was empowering herself when the initial fantasies she was exploring weren’t her own. And how about ...more
To be fair, as far as naughty tomes go, the book's central plot is singularly realistic. Setting the proceedings at a cerebral yet raunchy convention and characters as professionals in the fiel...more
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. But while awaiting her flight she meet ...more
Kara a sex columnist meets J.M on an airplane on the way to a sex seminar. He is a tantric sex expert but does not represent himself as such. They are stranded & decide to spend the night together then go their separate ways. But it doesn't end there. He puts her sexual si ...more
I LOVED JM as a character. He was fabulous and in my mind a well rounded character.
I like Kara at first and as the book continued I slowly started to dislike her.
There were plenty of sex scenes in the book to keep readers that like them them entertained, but I started to cringe inside whenever they came up because I felt bad for JM. He really loves Kara and 80% of the ...more
Unfortunately I didn't like the female character, Kara. She was very skittish for a grown woman, and yet she oozed sexual confidence when she was actually having sex. A bit of a contradictory character.
I love spirituality and do energy healing (although I haven't tried tantra - yet!!!), so I could relate to the book's terminology, but I f ...more
To her shock, they meet again at the sex conference. JM, her one night stand, turns out to be Jeremy, the Tantric sex expert she is supposed to interview.
Very enjoyable read. I would actually rate this 3.5 stars. I love that Kara is able to explore various fantasies with JM's help.