Archive for March 14, 2015

I love Summer of ’71 by Rebecca Branch. You will too. ~ Dennis

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Reviewing “Summer of ’71, by Rebecca Branch, is like writing an account of a gourmet banquet where each course tastes better than the one previous. This book is: travelog, history, historical fiction, memoir and mind-blowing erotic romance.
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The characters, Max and Molly, are both lovable and vulnerable. We experience events through both personalities. Molly, the stunning international fashion model, who has been used and abused, finds herself house guest of Max, the seventeen year old, shy in sexual experience. He is a historian who, over the summer, guides her through the birthplace of his Roman ancestors. The two grow to love and desire each other, but are hindered by past insecurities. Will this be simply a summer romance or will it develop into something more?
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The sex is uninhibited, but not unkind. Always there is choice, consent, respect and dignity. Always there is equality of gender, sexual preference, race and class. These are big issues and it takes a big book to deal with them. Superb, in every way, this book was written by a very skilled and intelligent author. I learned something on each fascinating page. I have already ordered Great Caesar’s Ghost: A Time Travel Romance (Art Historian Super Heroes Book 2).
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This book is enthralling. It brings Rome, and a group of people who visited in ’71, to life. You will learn, you will love, you will be mesmerized as I am by Rebecca Branch’s elegant, yet conversational, writing style. I can’t say enough about this book; I haven’t finished reading it yet. Buy Summer of ’71 by Rebecca Branch. You’ll love it as I do.
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Sid Nachman is a very wise and self deprecating author. When reading his book, Strictly for Seniors, I laughed, I cried, I was brought back to my own childhood. Buy Sid’s book — you’ll love it. ~ Dennis

You’ll love Sid’s writing as much as I do. ~ Dennis