Friday, April 23, 2010
PhDs, Pornography and Premeditated Murder by J.L. Wilson
Title: PhDs, Pornography and Premeditated Murder
Author: J L Wilson
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication Date: 2009
Genre: Contemporary Erotic
Length: 268 pages
Author Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rating: 4.5 Diamonds
Heat Level: Spicy
Reviewer: Starla Kaye
The life of an English professor would normally be considered fairly boring. Not so for Jane Renard. She has a secret life as a popular erotica writer that she guards carefully in fear of losing her day job. She has an ex-husband, who isn’t really an “ex,” and who is murdered not quite in front of her but close enough to make her a suspect. And then there is Marcus Sloan, the security consultant she hires. He can do that job, but he’s far more interested in helping the writer of hot sex actually learn the realities of hot sex.
I enjoyed the complicated story of a slightly older heroine and the many trials she faced. Her life wasn’t easy, but she dealt with it all and managed to find what she’d always wanted. The characters were well developed. The action was constant. And the romantic element had me cheering for one and all.