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08/12/2008 Archived Entry: "e-Book review: Wild Raspberries"
Review by Lynn Loper
I always beg to review Jane Davitt's work, and I haven't been disappointed yet.
In 'Wild Raspberries' she takes two cliches (young runaway working his way across country to an uncertain destination; ex-Black-Ops guy hiding inside a bitter shell) and makes them work for her. Dan is hungry and scared when he stumbles across Tyler's secret raspberry garden. By the end of the book, Tyler and Dan are working their way into each other's hearts, and you believe it.
Davitt makes no mistakes with these characters, and fills the rest of the story with enough details to make it swing. And the sex isn't the kind you can cover with a "Then they did sex'; it's part of the story, one of the nicer parts, which you can't always say about m/m erotica.
Read 'Wild Raspberries' – heck, read anything she writes!
Replies: 1 Comment
Thank you so much for reviewing 'Wild Raspberries'! I'm glad you enjoyed it. It was a lot of fun to write -- and there's a sequel planned as I don't want to say goodbye to Tyler and Dan just yet.
Posted by Jane Davitt @ 08/13/2008 10:16 AM PST
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