Take Back the Memory

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Augustine Sam
Melange Books LLC
Paige is a successful psychotherapist, but the recent death of her husband has sent her into a tailspin. Her daughter convinces her to seek therapy which she reluctantly does.
Her story starts in Kenya where she’s fallen in love with a boy named Bill. His is whisked away by his father to join the priesthood leaving Paige heartbroken. This heartbreak stays with her and becomes the driving force in her life.
At eighteen she returns to Africa and loses her virginity to the son of the ranch’s owner. When they return home her newly released sexuality becomes a weapon for her to destroy the priests around her in revenge for the priesthood claiming Bill.
There is a lot of sex, I will leave it to the reader to decide if that is a good thing or not. There is a little bit of plot to hold the sex scenes together. As is not uncommon in romances the point of view moves around a lot, and we aren’t always clear whose head we are watching from. In spite of the sex, there is not a lot of evocative emotion in the book, and I found it challenging to empathize with the main character.
If you like plenty of graphic sex, I can recommend this book for you. If you don’t, you won’t enjoy it.
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