Pink Diamonds by Mikhaila Stettler – Book Review

Pink Diamonds by Mikhaila Stettler – Book Review

Pink Diamonds by Mikhaila Stettler

Pink Diamonds

Author – Mikhaila Stettler
Publisher – Creatrix Art
Pages – 302
Release Date – 31st January 2017
ISBN-13 – 978-0998157009
Format – ebook, paperback, Audio
Reviewer – Kerstin
I received a free copy of this book
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New Synopsis Pink Diamonds

From the sexy tango milongas of Los Angeles to stylish Milan, sultry Rio and weekends cavorting on super yachts, Pink Diamonds is a smoking hot mystical love story that takes you on a wild ride of sexual reawakening and personal empowerment.

Newly divorced transplant to Los Angeles, Alexis takes up Argentine tango as a way to meet people, but really to resuscitate her comatose sexuality from the deep freeze that was her marriage. She knew she was a goner right after that first tangasm (a tango-induced full body orgasmic experience on the dance floor). Tango sets something loose in her, something wild and free.

She enters a series of romantic misadventures with the men who give her tangasms, but things get confusing when visions of shapeshifting lovers and past life selves intrude. When her recklessness puts her life in danger, she freaks out. She resolves to focus on work. No more romance. Not until she can heal and trust herself again.

Then Nico, billionaire environmental entrepreneur, enters Alexis’s life and rocks her world. It’s the biggest opportunity of her career. She can’t blow it by getting romantically entangled with the client. Yet if her dreams are true, this isn’t the first time they’ve met. Appearances from his eagle spirit animal and vivid dreams of their three past lives together prove too much to resist. Are they soulmates destined to be together again?

Follow Alexis in this sophisticated erotic romance as she reinvents her life, re-ignites lost passion and finds true love.

New Review

Alexis is 48, divorced mother of a grown-up daughter and has recently fell in love with dancing the Tango. It started out with a course until her teacher convinced her to practice her new found skills at Milonga dance nights.

Those dance nights turn out to become a source of pleasure for Alexis, not only for dancing, but of erotic adventures too. After a nearly sexless marriage she can finally enjoy being a woman.

Unfortunately, she has to go through very rough experiences and starts to doubt herself, and her feelings for men. In the end she has to face the fact that she is a woman who wants to find herself real love, one that she deserves.

This book is full of erotic scenes, and after some time it gets kind of boring only reading about Alexis having sex with her dance partners.

Fortunately, after realising all she wants is real love, the plot takes a turn and lets the reader look little deeper into the life and desires of Alexis, her relationship with her best friend Cheryl, and her dreams of owning her own agency.

Don’t get me wrong, I am not a prude, but I am easily bored when sex scenes are all I read about. I appreciate stories about strong women, and sex should be a part of that, but it was somehow over boarding until the middle of the book. After that turn in the plot, I could finally start to really enjoy the book. It is written in a good style after all.

The story of Alexis and her adventures on her way to finding true love is engaging, and lots of women will be able to relate to that.

I recommend Pink Diamonds to every woman who is into novels with spicy erotic scenes, and a touch of love.

Book reviewed by Kerstin

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New About the Author

Mikhaila Stettler Pink Diamonds

An interdisciplinary artist, writer and producer, Mikhaila explores themes of creativity, spirituality, female empowerment and sexuality in a variety of media and performance arts. A mid-life epiphany turned this former doctor and lifestyle medicine educator away from a thriving career in medicine to focus on the arts and new media.

A woman of wide-ranging interests and passions, Mikhaila is a budding tanguera (female tango aficionado), an accomplished yogini, meditation coach and proven medical clairvoyant. She’s a passionate advocate of all things organic, non-toxic and ecologically sound. Her idea of heaven is two weeks at a luxury eco-resort on a tropical island, frolicking in the water, practicing yoga, making art daily, feasting on local organic food and salsa dancing the night away.

Stettler has written for and, where she’s a contributing editor and led the development of the Inner Ecology section. Her poem, “The Dragon Inside” is the closing poem in the anthology “Poems To F*ck To” published by Poetry In Motion Publishing House. PINK DIAMONDS is her first novel.

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