Everyone should have at least one addiction....

In many of the interviews that I have read by Tracy
Price-Thompson in regards to her book Knockin' Boots,
she describes the book as her personal indictment against
the evils of sexual addiction.

Although I don't think she made her point in that respect, I
do believe she showcased her skill as an exceptional writer.

I was amused and captivated as the story unfolded
fleshing out the personalities of the main characters.
Although, a few of them were written over the top, I could
identify with her characters and relate them with people
that I know.

The sex scenes within the book were both varied and
steamy albeit to short for my tastes. In fact, the overall
book appeared to be rushed. I am not a proponent of the
"short and sweet" novel. If a novel is a good read I don't
care if it is 500 pages. I'm not sure if Ms. Thompson was
rushed by her publisher to get done or just bended to the
will of readers who won't pick up a book over 300 hundred
pages, but I would have loved it if Ms. Thompson would
have expanded the sex scenes and backgrounds of the
characters in her novel making it twice as long or breaking
it up into two novels making it an even better read.

With that said, Knockin' Boots is a worthy pick for people
looking for something to read in the black erotic fiction
genre.


four out of five stars


Euftis Emery
Author of Off the Chain
Title:
Knockin'
Boots

Authors:
Tracy
Price-Thompson

Published By:
One
World/Ballantine


Release
Date:
:
October
2005

Format:
Paperback
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