Black Widow Book Review
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Black Widow Book Review


Black Widow Book Review

Book Synopsis


I bury my pain in a sex club. I can be anonymous and still be faithful to my deceased wife’s memory. At the club, I can give and receive pleasure without guilt or attachment. My mask hides the lies of my past. 

My marriage ended tragically. Since then, the only excitement in my lonely, pathetic, workaholic life is reading erotic novels. However, I now have the chance to be whoever I want to be, where no one knows my past and will never be my future.

When their worlds collide, fantasies become a reality by pushing boundaries. The anonymity of Bridge offers protection from painful pasts, cunning schemes and dangerous lies. But when the masks are removed, there are no safewords to protect hearts and lives from buried truths.

This is a stand-alone novel.


Black Widow book review


The book begins with Preston, he likes to indulge in err… sex clubs his wife finds out and commits suicide. Kamii is a widowed attorney who just made partner. She has no life and likes reading erotic novels until, she meets Becca, and the two quickly become friends. Becca introduces Kamii to the new world of yes you guessed it! Sex clubs. The sex club belongs to Preston, they wear masks, not allowed to have sex outside the club, but it’s okay to have sex with strangers?

Becca is murdered and from erotica, the book spins into a thriller/mystery/suspense, which is right up my alley. An enjoyable read even I couldn’t identify with any of the characters. If you’re bored, I recommend this it keeps you on the edge of your seat.


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