In this special eBook release, Nia's memories are triggered while going through an old box. This is a story that is completely and wholly saturated in sex. You could define exactly how you create relying on exactly what books to check out. If there was half the sex and more substance maybe it would be a decent book. At first I really couldn't figure out where this story was going, but about half way through it all makes sense.
Wielding powerful charisma, Chris soon has Nia abandoning innocence for experience. It has affected how she views relationships and why she's able to separate love and sex better than the average woman. You could tell that he had book deadlines to meet and contacts to fulfill but this book felt like his earlier or should I say early work. I will have to go back to one of his earlier novels and see if my memory has changed his writings in my mind. The writing is great as usual, but all in all it was a bit much for me.
I am Nia and so are my sisters. I was beautifully imperfect, but incapable of seeing my own flaws. Eric Jerome Dickey enlightens us on the college years of Nia from his 2008 book, Pleasure. Believing that Chris will reward her sacrifices with lifelong commitment, Nia thrills to her newfound pleasures. Eric is probably the only writer who will make you want to use your tongue both for sex and soliloquy.
However, due to her maternal clock ticking, Nia is finally realizing that she's going have to deal with her issues if she wants to settle down and have a family in the near future; but not before she has some fun. But when the Big Man on Campus learns to take what is freely given, without regard to love, Nia finds herself newly enrolled in Heartbreak 101. I'm torn on if I'm rating this book correctly. Unfortunately, Decadence was a failure in that regard. I guess you can say he has evolved as a writer. His character development is definitely one of his strongest attributes as a writer. Wielding powerful charisma, Chris soon has Nia abandoning innocence for experience.
And what she wants is enough carnal pleasure and universe creating orgasms to make God question if he is indeed its creator. In some weird way, they all for a sexual family bond. The Education of Nia Simone Bijou is a quick afternoon read and will make you want to go back and read Pleasure all over again and it will definitely get you excited to purchase Decadence which will be released on April 23rd!! I have read plenty of erotica over the years and even his earlier books had plenty of steamy love scenes but they were never the focus. I cannot wait until April 2013 to see where Nia's story goes in Decadence, I suspect it will be epic. The plot is full of holes, and even the sex was over the top.
I didn't do that this time. Not to say his characters are any less real now, but I find I can no longer relate to them. She joins this club, where she is able to enjoy and sate her insatiable appetite for sex. De I listened to Pleasure the Audio Book during a leave of absence and was floored by the story. An edited version of this writing should probably be included with Pleasure as a prologue to give more dimension and definition. Very great story telling, set up and it dug deeper into the story of Nia Simone Bijou a character I have really grown to love.
Honestly, this was the worst book I have ever read in my life. I skipped to the end of the book which I never do and read the last chapter and Nia Simon was still in decadence trying to fulfill something. In June 2000, Eric Jerome Dickey celebrated the French publication of Milk in My Coffee Cafe Noisette by embarking on a book tour to Paris. Decadence is a novel of a young, talented and beautiful woman's journey of self-discovery, sexual awakening and artistic genesis. Soon after, Milk in My Coffee became a bestseller in France.
I've followed the growth and evolution of his work and I understand that he is not the same writer that wrote Sister, Sister or Cheaters 13 or 14 years ago. This best describes Ni One of Eric Jerome Dickey's heroines is back: Nia Simone Bijou. This novella is one that will not disappoint and is a great filler to get us ready for Decadence that will be released in April. I bought the kindle version immediately and read it in one evening. I bought the kindle version immediately and read it in one evening. Although this was a good read, the storyline was predictable.
Eric Jerome Dickey is one of my favorite writers because someone he can write from a female perspective and it's so believable. You rooted for them, identified with their struggles and pleasures. As I await Decadence part 2 of the Nia Series I'll jump back at Pleasure part 1 of the Nia Series to soak my appetite in anticipation of what's to come this April. I started reading this book expecting the typical poorly written, predictable romance novel. Nia is Gemini to both, but this story becomes lusciously excruciating when she chooses to participate. Eric Jerome Dickey is my favorite author of all time. As per Eric , the title of this book has as many different meanings as heaven has angels.
Would you ask Britney Spears to critique Patti LaBelle? What happened to his books where he discussed the complexities of love and relationships without all the extra? Would you ask the YouTube piano cat to critique Mozart? So this was a short read from Eric Jerome Dickey, I think it can fall under the category of novella. It was so boring wanted to poke my eyes out for some excitement. Can't say enough about this book. His words are raw and poetic at the same time. It begins when she finds a box from college with old pictures. Probably a combination of both. What her girlfriends know, and her mother doesn't, is that Chris's expression of love is deeply physical.