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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Language of Lust is a short sizzling romance work penned by author duo Martina Balášová and Michael Balzano and forms the first chapter in a continuing series. Written for adults due to its sexual content, the story concerns the passionate affair of Ema, a writer from the Czech Republic, and Jonathan, an American businessman. When chance brings them together and they share a night of passion, something sparks between them that neither can deny and neither wants to give up. So begins an intimate portrayal of the excitement of first meetings, sexual encounters, and getting to know someone that could turn into someone special.
Author team Martina Balášová and Michael Balzano pack a lot into a single chapter to open this intense and inviting romance for readers to savor. I liked the cross-cultural element between the Czech Republic and the USA, which adds a unique quality to Ema’s feisty personality. The perspectives of the central characters are well written and easy to distinguish between, allowing readers to get into their intimate thoughts about one another and experience the sudden intensity of their romance up close. For those seeking erotic content, the steamy scenes will not disappoint them as this affair really kicks off on a very high gear of excitement, intimacy, and passion. Overall, The Language of Lust is an essential read for hot romance fans looking for their latest couple to root for and experience that excitement of first meetings: an accomplished short romance read with great promise for the future.