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Private Acts by Delaney Diamond
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Jul 28, 2012

it was amazing
Read in July, 2012

There are very few multicultural authors that can create an Alpha male that leaps off the page and exude a captivating, raw masculinity, but Ms. Diamond excels at the task.

Miguel Delgado, a tall, handsome sculptor that turns female heads effortlessly, ignites some very passionate moments in 'Private Acts'. You'll find yourself envious of Samirah Jamison, every time he gathers her into his arms. This novel is a wonderful read; the pacing, characters, and dialogue make you feel like a voyeur to a superb love story. Forget reality TV programs with people trying to find love in the media, Ms. Diamond's 'Private Acts' will have you dreaming of an Ecuadoran vacation with your own Telenovela star. Her words and your imagination will be all you need to be transported into a steamy romance.

'Private Acts' is a sensual read with a message; you cannot create space for a meaningful love in your future, if you're limiting your heart because of the past. The troubled youth of the hero and the previous heartbreak of the heroine are so realistic and poignant that readers will pull for them to put down roots and add vivid colors of undying love to their solitary existence. This couple is evenly matched in temperament, wit, and passion and Ms. Diamond waste no time in showing readers why she's shines in this genre.

Angeline M. Bishop
Author of North Star
North Star by Angeline M. Bishop

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