Adventures in storytelling by Bob Rector


I am wiping the sweat from my brow as I finish this spectacular book.

What more can you need. Delicious lovers, wild sex, fab jewels, thrilling adventure, islands in the sun, good guys, bad guys and crazy action.

What a brilliant concept as the unloved wife leaps into this wild affair and even wilder adventure. Very atmospheric descriptions that left me feeling as though Florida in the late fifties was certainly the place where all the action happens.

I really enjoyed the character development. Paula really worked for me. A woman taking charge of her life after being ignored, frustrated and under the thumb for far too long is always a good read but the author really pulled out all the stops with this book. The thrilling adventure with a fabulously sexy man she knows nothing about makes this plot feel almost dangerously tempting!

The action (sex) is hot and sweaty so you might not want to read this book while you are sat on a crowded train. The steam pouring out of your ears and the hot flushes may give your blown-away emotions a public airing!

A great read and what will surely be an even more fantastic film!


I began reading romance while still at school. The fuel for many a teenage fantasy leapt from between the covers of wildly romantic books and my passion still lingers now for all those dark haired heroes.

My own beautiful teenage daughter persuaded me to write my first romance. She was only fourteen at the time and between books for children and adults. She couldn’t find anything that ticked all her numerous and particular boxes and so she asked me to write a book, with all the exact ingredients just for her. Though not just a book for teens, she enjoyed the resulting tale so much that she shared it with her friends and I eventually published A Perfect Summer as an ebook on amazon.


Find out more about Jackie Williams and her books at Amazon.


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