Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Review of The Beginning by Anita Cox

Title: The Beginning(Dirty White Candy #1)
Author: Anita Cox
Reviewer: Rebecca
Rating: 3.5 Groupie Stars

WARNING: For audiences 18 and up for graphic sex and language. May be offensive to some.

Recovering from a divorce from the only man she ever made love to, Candy Kavana finds herself longing for something and that something is sex. Horribly repressed, painfully shy and sexually uneducated, she turns to her best friend Stacy for advice. 

Candy nervously dives into sex therapy and discovers what mind blowing sex is all about. Now that she’s had a little taste, she can’t get enough. She craves more, but how far is she willing to go?

"It didn't take me long to realize that sex was what I craved.  Down and dirty, sweaty, no-holds-barred sex."

I'm not sure where to start with this book.  It is definitely not something I have read before and I wasn't sure what to expect.

Candy is just getting over a divorce that she wasn't satisfied in to begin with, her job is flourishing and she has a great new apartment.  The one thing she is missing is a sex life.  She has only ever had sex with her husband so she is hesitant to look for anything because she feels inadequate.  Her friend suggests her seeing a sex therapist and that's when her sex life really begins!

"I'm a little repressed, uneducated, inexperienced, and well, frustrated."
"I really was becoming downright dirty."

This book was just ok for me.  I think it lacked in the emotional department and I didn't connect with any of the characters.  The story was well written but a little unbelievable at times.  So, if you are a person looking for book porn, then this book is for you!

"It was going to take some stamina to be Dirty White Candy."

Anita Cox has an affinity with leather and high heeled boots. The same vivacious attitude can be found in her erotic adventure and erotic romance. With her rock star husband, she plays in the lifestyle in which she writes, adding authenticity to her voice.
Anita likes to add strong female characters, even if they are a bit quirky. Her men are hot with just enough flaws to make them lovable.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for taking the time to review my book!