"truly an inspiring story"
Abby Fuller is a woman with a past of trauma and fear so
horrifying to her that she has suppressed all her once
sexual feelings. The one to do this to her was the one
person who should have been protecting instead of
traumatizing, her stepbrother. Now Abby is ready to start
her life over, especially her now non-existent sex life.
So with the advice of an old girlfriend she goes to the
one man known to all as the V Whisperer, or Rick as he is
known by his business associates.
Rick Dante helps women just like Abby. Helping them let go
of their suppressed desires and past traumas. When Abby
walks into his life, he finds he is attracted to her more
than he should be to a client. Now Rick must decide if he
wants an after with her or just fun.
While Abby and Rick are trying to work out what it is they
want from each other, as well as working through her
problem, fate, or is it bad luck, takes a turn to step up.
While Abby is unsure if she is going to stay or if there
is even a reason to stay--namely one Rick Dante's
feelings, the one person from her past who caused all her
fears decides to open old wounds. Will Abby be able to
face her fears and the person who put them there? Has Rick
given her what she needs to fight and win? Or will Abby
run away again and leave the one man who not only awakened
her sleeping body, but stole her heart as well?
This is one story that many women can relate to, whether
they have been abused mentally or sexually. The V
Whisperer is truly an inspiring story of one woman's
journey to recovery from her past trauma, even while it
gets your juices flowing. Miss Girard is able to get the
reader into the characters' shoes, with her well written
dialogue as well as the right words for each sensual scene
between partners. You will enjoy this story from the first
encounter between Rick and Abby to the last sentence. A
warning though; this is not for sensitive readers; it
contains highly explicit and alternative situations.
Posted April 2, 2006
Reviewed by Debbie Roush
Posted November 19, 2006