Quick Review – Intimate Geography by Tamsen Parker

“Intimate Geography is a sexy, hot read that keeps you addicted at every turn!

I did not read the first novel in this series, Personal Geography, but I was still able to follow the plot pretty well. I did have some confusion at the beginning of the book, but once you get into the novel not knowing the first book isn’t much of a problem. Once you are about one quarter of the way into the book, Tamsen Parker has given you enough background for the reader to at least have a general understanding of the relationships of the characters.

I would suggest reading the first book since the sequel is it’s own novel and doesn’t explain every detail about what happened in the first novel though. So I will be trying to pick it up myself to grasp a better understanding! Please be aware of this during my review, that I did not read the first book.

Intimate Geography is definitely an R rated book. It has lots of sex and BDSM throughout the novel. But this novel is not a “Fifty Shades of Grey” novel, it’s much better! This novel has a plot, follows India (the main character) throughout her career, and has her balancing friends, family, romance and career like any normal person does. Of course, India’s adventures are much more exaggerated than a normal person’s troubles, but that’s what makes this book so much fun!

The entire novel is very realistic, despite all the drama that occurs. Nothing seems to out of whack or misplaced, such as plot movements and big developments. Throughout the novel, I felt like this could actually be happening to someone and it felt real.

I did not expect the plot twists, and I usually am the first to guess them. Tamsen did a wonderful job changing up the plot to keep the novel interesting, and keep me addicted the whole time.

It is not your typical romance, but it is definitely a thrilling ride!

Anyone who likes: Erotic novels, romance, emotional and dramatic books, or shocking plot twists would love this novel!

Overall, I give this fantastic fictional read a five out of five stars! There weren’t points wrong with this novel. If anything, Tamsen could add a little more background about the last book for new readers, but previous readers may find that boring and tedious.

Wonderful novel! Five out of five stars! I loved it!

I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.”


This review is on my Goodreads profile.


~ Briar

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