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And just a couple of other things:1.) Cocks do not smell like sandalwood.

Not unless you are dipping them in men’s fragrance.2.) Creaming pussies squick me out. Though, I freely admit that I was entertained by the sheer awfulness of this book.

The sexy and mysterious Native American lives on the nearby Lakota ranch. But in their very first conversation, things go over the top.

Their connection is instant, but neither can stick to their plan for a sexual relationship with no strings attached. From Ana begging, "Please don't break my heart." To "I'm almost afraid... I've never had this instant attraction with anyone...

And I'm not even going to get into how she rubbed herself off on the saddle he made her, except to say... In spite of feeling drawn to her, Kane feels like they have no possible chance for a relationship because of the prejudices Ana would face for being with a Native American. I was.)And my personal favorite: After Kane pushed her away because they had no future, he comes to her two weeks later and says: “You have no idea how many nights I’ve lain in bed wishing your hands were touching me.”Now, I know that Ana is supposed to be a small town girl (living in a lonely world), but I’m fairly certain she can count to fourteen. Examples:“He ran his hand over his bare chest, imagining the way her hardened nipples would skim his skin.”“She found herself wanting to tear off the material, to expose her breasts and let the breeze tickle her skin.”“The way his body moved up and down with the horse spoke volumes of the prowess he had with horses.”Yes, you actually just read that sentence.

Who would want to ride on it after she slimed all over it? He is a Native American who lives on a reservation outside of small town New Mexico. She is a small town barmaid who is twenty-four and only has two sexual experiences to her credit. Still, he wants her, so he proposes a weekend of nothing but sex with him on the reservation. And then…there’s this:“The pressure in his jeans grew, and not wanting to go back inside and waste his pleasure on himself, he headed toward the stables…”GTFO!

The premise sounded interesting enough and what grabbed me in the first place was the Native American hero. I wanted depth and thoughtfulness but I could not find/feel it. Unfortunately I was very disappointed, and I can't recommend Consent to Love with a clear conscience.

I'd love to read more romance/erotic stories with a NA hero as a lead character. Personally, I'm living an interracial relationship, and I'm so ready and eager to read about those conflicts if the author is able to draw me in--to explain it properly and to make me feel where she's coming from. Honestly, it was a turn off, and it seriously annoyed me. Consent to Love was kindly provided by Net in behalf of Carina Press Published April 2, 2012 by Carina Press**Book provided courtesy of Net Galley & Carina Press DNF. I've got a bit of a soft-spot for hot Native American heroes so the blurb on this really grabbed me, but once I started reading, it became quickly apparent that this was not the book for me.

I could only get about a third of the way in before I had to stop reading. The sexy and mysterious Native American lives on the nearby Lakota ranch.

With that said, Consent to Love didn't provide the great sex either. I tried it out for myself, and I had to roll my eyes.

Yes, the damp panties, the wet and creamed pussy, the pebbled nipples, and "his hardness" were all over the story. It was kinda too much and above all, it was really badly written and it felt rather cheap. The main protagonists, Howahkan (Kane) and Ana, are boring and one-dimensional. The racial "conflict" felt construed and did not ring true to me. I'm not sure but maybe I couldn't take it since I was already displeased with the plot and the characters.

If she can learn to make a decent steak, she might get promoted to cook--and earn enough for her real heart's desire. But when she meets a tall, dark and sexy Native American man named Kane, Ana can't take her eyes off him--or stop thinking about him. Everyone knows the proud Lakota who raises horses wants nothing to do with a townie barmaid who'll bring shame to his people. He proposes a red-hot weekend in bed, a no-strings affair to end Monday morning.

Yet once Kane brings the outsider onto Lakota land, everything changes...44,000 words"Bringing mindfulness into my day is easy. Breathe in and breathe out, to be present in what I do--to taste and savor when I eat, to see what I look at and to hear the noises that surround me.

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