Publisher/Date: Urban Books, June 2007
Genre(s): Romance, Bisexual
The saying goes, “Once you go black, you never go back.”
But in TURNED OUT, the tantalizing novel from Angel M. Hunter, the saying should go, “Once you go clit, you can’t get enough of it.”
That’s the situation with Champagne Rose, a publicist in a long-term relationship with Zyair, a man who would do anything to marry her. They’ve been shacking up for five years, and while they love each other dearly, their love life has become more than mundane. Their routine is the same, the sex is the same – both are clamoring for something exciting to spice up their bedroom boom.
They figure a vacation at an exotic locale is just the ticket. Champagne and Zyair get more than they booked for when a late-night rendezvous for two on the beach ends in a threesome. The addition of an anonymous woman adds just the spark they need, and they return home with a refreshed attitude toward their relationship.
Except Champagne is still thinking about that night. A lot. She wants to know if the pseudo-lesbian fling was just that, or if she really has an attraction to women. It’s something she’s toyed with before, but only in her wildest desires.
Soon Champagne is consumed with thoughts of making love to a woman again — to taste her, please her, to experience the softness and amazing orgasm she had on the beach. When she gets Zyair, who’s more than willing of course, to let her try it again, she’s knows it will be better than before.
But whom will she select to make her fantasy come true?
Hunter’s Turned Out is a pleasurable novel, where the reader can follow a woman’s bi-curious journey. It’s an easy read. Though I was left hanging by the book’s end, I know it’s just a set-up for the sequel to Champagne’s continuing adventures.
And I’ll go along for the ride.
Reviewed December 2008
2 thoughts to “Turned Out by Angel M. Hunter”
Thanks for reviewing my book. Part 2 “Turned On” will be out this summer (2009). Please look for it. Love and Peace. Also take a look at “Sister Girl” and “Sister Girl 2”. If you have people that read it, I’m working on “Sister Girl 3” and would love their input.
Whats the ending part to turn on…. I was upset with the ending cause i was so intrested…. Keep up the good work and please get back to me at….firstname.lastname@example.org