Friday, October 17, 2014

Book Review: This, I Can Do by Willsin Rowe

This, I can Do by Willsin Rowe

This, I Can Do is one of those reads that has made my All Time Favorite Books List

~ Genre ~ Erotica

Teresa Ross is having the morning from hell. Still fairly new to motherhood, the changes to her once-slender body are one thing. But a teething baby she can't calm and the sleepless nights that go with it have drained her resources. 

The lustful look in his eye lights a fire inside her that she feared had been doused forever. Far from being disgusted by the jiggly bits and stretch marks that taunt her in the mirror, Bradley sees the desirable woman she’s always been – with a whole lot more depth and character.

To truly connect with her husband again, she’ll have to put aside her body issues. Under Bradley’s tender touch and fiery eyes, suddenly that seems like the easiest thing in the world to do.

Even a phone call to her calm-voiced husband Bradley does nothing. But when he surprises her by coming home from work, everything suddenly feels right.

When Bradley uses his daddy-magic to get the baby to sleep, the world is suddenly a beautiful place. But when he sends Teresa to bed, rest is the last thing on her mind. 

I was first introduced to Willsin Rowe’s writing in Submission Therapy part of the Master Of Desire Anthology a co-authored book with Katie Salidas. So I was looking forward to reading more books by him.

This, I Can Do is one of those reads that has made my Favorite Book List Of All Times. It is a quick read that too be honest I learned a great lesson from. The lesson of honoring and loving my body in whatever shape it is in.

I have been curious to see how a male author would write erotica and portray a women’s perspective. The author superbly expressed everything that was going through Teresa’s head with such compassion and love from a male perspective it made me tear up.

Even more impactful was how he shared Bradley’s fears and thoughts causing one to wonder if perhaps we misjudged our loved one regarding our body image.

This sexy, thoughtful provoking book is a must read for all new parents, as well as all the rest of us who remember those days.

I fall in love with a scent, a playful expression or an act of casual intimacy more easily than with physical beauty. When confronted by any combination of those I am a lost cause.
I have done many things over and over. I have done even more things only once. I have half-done more things than I care to admit.

I don't yet know if I can ski, speak Italian or keep calm in a life-threatening situation, but I have my suspicions.

I play bass in a swampy blues band. I love to sing and don't let my voice get in the way.
I am intelligent but not sensible. I am polite but inappropriate. I am passionate but fearful. I am honest but reticent. I am neither stylish enough nor scruffy enough to be cool.

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  1. Oh, my. Thank you so much for this review. You made me tear up a little too!

    1. I can't even express how much this book means to me. If I could I would go back in time and change my self thoughts. I loved it.