Thursday, August 22, 2013

Book Review: Learning to Soar

          *** NOT INTENDED FOR THOSE UNDER 18***

         Today's review is on Learning to Soar by Bebe Balocca

I have read a lot of books by Balocca and none of them have left me unsatisfied. Short, neat, and titillatingly sweet, Learning to Soar is a great lunch break read that will provide more stimulation than the cup of coffee you drink along with it.

A beautifully written short about the unfortunate hangups that plague our lives after unsuccessful relationships and the freedom we gain when we get over them. Learning to Soar is filled with wonderful characters, sexual tension & bantering as well as sex itself.

When Chloe's relationship with Mark ends she is utterly crushed. His unnecessary and hurtful comments have cut deep and has left a deep scar. I mean, who likes being told that they looks like a "troll doll" when they climax? Since then; three years to be exact, Chloe has not been able to have an orgasm. Luckily for her, her BFF knows a good therapist.

Damien Walters, who has his own hangups after the death of his parents and his failed marriage, runs a sex therapy business out of his busy night club Volare. Because the club is an invitation only establishment, it is frequented by Damien's previous clients and their friends. So far, Damien has helped 299 other clients before Chloe.

Neither Chloe nor Damien are prepared for the magnetic attraction they feel for each other, and while Damien is able to help Chloe overcome her issues, he is hesitant to allow her to return the favor.

I always try to read Balocca's books on my husbands days off. You know, to relieve some of the raging hormones. But it's not the only way to get rid of the tingles her books provide.

Where can I find a club like Volare?

4 of 5 stars
Available at Amazon

Book Description: via Amazon

What happens at Volare STAYS at Volare…

Ever since her relationship with Mark crashed and burned, Chloe's been unable to take off and reach the big O. Enter Damien Walters, a deliciously unconventional sex therapist. Damien's therapy sessions take place at his nightclub, and Chloe quickly sees why admittance to Volare is by-invitation-only. Volare's patrons, who are Damien's satisfied and discreet former clients, leave their inhibitions at the door when they walk past the bouncer. Anything goes on Volare's dance floor…

Using a few key accessories and some hands-on help from Volare's regulars, Damien enables Chloe to reach her full sexual potential once more. And he has a special proposal just for her: Chloe can join him on the Volare crew as his accountant and therapy assistant. It's an offer Chloe can hardly refuse, especially given the fact that Damien's the man with his hand on the throttle.

With the pulsing beat of Volare's dance floor, the seductively suave Damien bent on pleasing her, and her newly restored sexual prowess, Chloe's position at Volare seems like a dream come true. However, she's going to have to help Damien get over some of his own issues in order for the two of them to soar together.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for reading and reviewing Learning to Soar! I'm delighted that you enjoyed it. I think Volare sounds pretty fabulous myself. I'll definitely let you know if I find it someday. :)