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    super sexy and a unique plot!

    This was a super interesting and sexy erotic novella. Debbie has a disorder from a traumatic brain injury that has resulted in her not being able to recognize faces - even of friends and family. So every time she's in a room with people, it's like they are a group of strangers to her, and she relies on other cues, such as voices and types of clothes to recognize them. She worries that she can never be in a really meaningful relationship because any man she's with might get tired of her lack of recognition of him. But police detective Marshall Scott wants her anyway. Will she let go of her insecurities and let him all the way in? The whole plot of this story was quite fascinating. Debbie is a crime scene photographer, so you've got a mystery involving a murder, combined with a super steamy romance and Debbie's disorder to make this a real page turner. I loved the romance between them, and Marshall's ability to treat Debbie in a sexy and tender way, understanding her reservations in being in a relationship and countering her concerns well. It's definitely an erotic story, and the love scenes are super hot between them! Debbie has no reservations when it comes to sex, and how she used her disorder to her advantage in becoming a photographer made for an interesting career development path (not to mention, her 'dick' photo catalogue made me laugh). Though there is a murder mystery involved, and some seriousness in the empathy one feels for Debbie's situation, it's mostly a funny, romantic and sexy read. 4.5 stars for originality!
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