What You Should Read and Watch, According to Hollywood
Do Any of Those Sound Good to You?
If you answered, “No,” you probably have the same problem with these movies as I do. It’s either too much or not enough. The book/movie is either too stressful/violent, or there isn’t enough character relationship development to really keep your interest. It’s even worse if the author has an aversion to sex/intimate scenes.
A Sex Scene I’ll Never Forget
I picked up Under the Dome by Stephen King a few years ago. I believe it was the digital version because the bookstore wanted an absurd amount of money for the print version. It was right around $50 is not more. My personal opinion is that it had some good scenes, but it didn’t really work. Just one word – Snowglobe. By anyway, Stephen King isn’t known for his sex scenes. I mean, he writes straight horror. This book just happened to have a sex scene in it. It does build up to this. It makes sense for the two main characters to fuck. The scene:
I told her it was like riding a bike.
And it was.
WTF was that? They could have deleted that and been fine. That’s terrible. Lackluster and disappointing. There was a lot more in that book that was meh, but that took the cake.
If You’re Tired of Being Told What to Watch and Read and Eternally Disappointed, There is Something Else.
There is a book coming out that has picked up the slack between the Suspense, Thriller and Romance categories. If you are looking for more relationship development, less senseless violence and gore, and a more pleasant experience that doesn’t need a XANTAX and a bottle of whiskey after you read a scene, check out Thundestorms $ .45s – Avia version.
What it Has
What It Doesn’t Have
Thunderstorms & .45s Fills the Gap
You’ve been waiting for a book that has it all, suspense, plot, character development and taboo romance. It’s coming to Amazon on March 20, 2018. You can get what you want.
Thunderstorms and .45s on Amazon
How Does the author know if fills the gap?
She asked - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XC2DRC3