Ultimate Passion: An Exotic Odyssey

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AuthorHouse, Feb 1, 2006 - Fiction - 132 pages
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Ultimate Passion, an Erotic Odyssey, is a provocative Bedside Novella about love, being in love and making love. The stories are hot, entertaining, humorous vignettes about the trials, tribulations, and successes experienced with members of the opposite gender. Thoughtful insights are offered in conjunction with these relationships; including discerning advice for both men and women involved in those associations. A critique of the book's essence asserts: "Ultimate Passion is interesting, well-thought-out and organized. While a bit explicit for my personal taste, its content is appropriate for the book. It sparkles at times, with a strong underlay of solid wisdom and philosophy to balance its titillating aspects." Caution is advised for some who might take offense, because the stories are graphic about sensuous lovemaking and intercourse. It is conceivable they may inspire the reader to reflect introspectively about their own personal love life. Unmistakably, this book is recommended for mature, intelligent people who possess a clever sense of humor, a broad perspective on life, and have learned to "think outside the box." Beginning with the introductory Foreplay section, through the concluding chapter Climax, the reader will encounter many thought-provoking situations, wandering a path of fun, intrigue, enigma, gamesmanship, and interesting personalities. Within this context the author challenges the reader's imagination to conclude if these events could have occurred and if so, to consider if the stories are factually based on reckless and lustful desires? Or possibly, is this a memoir recalling a history of passionate and sexually fulfilling affairs?" Dr. Jacques Reeshar, the authorof several unrelated books, uses his pseudonym in this particular publication. His rationale for this subterfuge is as follows; "to provide protection for both the innocent and the guilty, and this is as it should be."

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