Thursday, March 21, 2013

Review ~ Wanderlust by Elieba Levine

ADVENTURE From New York to Kenya to Katmandu, Jane Perry sets out to explore the world and finds romance and excitement at every turn… PASSION From Bali to Sydney to Hawaii, Jane follows her heart’s desires… and leaves behind men who will never forget her… WANDERLUST An erotic odyssey of passion and obsession. Part of a trilogy: Wanderlust, Interludes, Escapes

Title: Wanderlust

Author: Elieba Levine

Pinnacle (September 26, 2012)

Category: Erotica

Tour Dates: March, 2013

Available in: ebook 196 pages

Purchase links:

Amazon  and B&N

Praise for Wanderlust:

" If you liked Fifty Shades of Gray you will love wanderlust !! A terrific read !!!! From the first pages to the last i could not put the book down !!”- Les Ereb, Amazon Reviewer

” What a wonderful book! I just can’t get over it! The excitement is present page after page! Can’t wait to read the next book!”- Mrs A.Yard, Amazon Reviewer

” Wanderlust took me on a captivating, dreamy journey. I enjoyed every moment of it and didn’t want it to end. I look forward to the other books in the series.

A real page turner.”- Wylee, Amazon Reviewer

” Fun and stimulating, a cruise around the world that I could only do in this character’s expression. An absolutely fun read!”- Fbrgddss, Amazon Reviewer

” From the moment I opened the book, I couldn’t close it until the last page. It’s a good guilty pleasure but it’s not you’re usual erotic novel, it’s full of witty characters, smart dialogues.. A great canvas of lust, empowerment for women, and sexual liberation (And great erotica…)”- Junnnne, Amazon Reviewer

About Elieba Levine: 

Elieba Levine is a passionate writer and discerning editor who currently resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She has written five fiction novels, a picture book, and an award-winning screenplay. Her extensive world travels greatly influenced the settings in her erotic trilogy Wanderlust, Interludes, and Escapes—which have recently been released in electronic format. She is currently working on her next novel.

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Stop by tomorrow for an interview with Elieba and also a giveaway.

My Thoughts:

Hmmm Where do I begin? Let me start by saying that I enjoyed the scenery. Jane traveled to many beautiful places and I felt like I was seeing those places through her eyes. I easy envisioned it because of the way Elieba so thoroughly described everything.

I could not connect with Jane because she freely slept around A LOT. She was not married or even in a relationship so I guess she was free to do that. That behavior is very popular with many people but I can't accept, understand, or overlook it. I believe that sex should happen only when two people are in love and in a relationship. It should mean something.

I especially had a hard time when she slept with a married man. That type of behavior is NOT okay. I would have stopped reading it if I hadn't agreed to do a review.

This book was very hot as I said there was a whole lot of action.

If you are looking for a book with lots of meaningless sex and beautiful scenery then you may like this book.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. It was unfortunately, not my cup of tea.

I'd love to know what you're thinking. Please leave a comment!


  1. Not my cup of tea either... i think that sex must happen between two people sharing something special... yes she isn't in a relationship, yes a lot of people think it's fun to sleep around around but i don't share that idea so i couldn't connect with this kind of characther and yes that she also pick a married man is even worse.
    perhaps it can seem good to see this from a woman perspective since it's often done by male but for me it's still an errtor so not for me either

    1. I knew you would agree with my outlook. I could not believe what I was reading! I tried to be fair.

    2. You were fair don't worry about it. Also you assembled a buch of followers that are here because we apprecite your honesty and share if not all at least a large part of your beliefs, tastes etc so it's for that we can't really be estatic with such a story but you did introduce it to us like you were expected so you did well/

      ( i admit i was glad we could answer one your question in teh interview because i really didn't know what to said to the author and i wasn't teh only one from what i read)

  2. +JMJ+

    When you began with the line, "Let me start by saying I enjoyed the scenery," I braced myself for what you would have to say next . . . and soon learned that I was right to expect what was coming. =S

    I don't agree with thinking of sex as an adventure, parallel to travel. A fellow human being is more than just an exotic delight to be explored for a few days and then tossed aside for the next. This is especially true when that human being is also married and a third person (perhaps even children) could get hurt.

    I understand why you didn't want to review this one, but of course you had to honour your promise.

    1. I did. I am glad it is over! Thank you for understanding! :D

  3. Yea I think I'll prolly pass on this one. I never could relate to people who are so free with themselves. I mean I get you know pleasure and all that but for me personally I want some kind of connection besides attraction. I dont get the whole one night stand thing. I have a few friends who've done it and it just kinda boggles me. :/

  4. Thanks for taking part in the tour!