Saturday, March 31, 2012

Romance Book Review: Tamaria Soana's Obsession

Author: Tamaria Soana
Digital ISBN: 9781937325213
Genre: Romantic Suspense/ Contemporary
Publisher: Beachwalk Press

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Alex's life seems completely blessed. She has a wonderful husband, a great career as a romance author and great friends. But there is something she doesn't know. Someone is obsessed with her life and wants what Alex has. This person feels that Alex doesn't deserve anything she has.

When Alex decides to start a Twitter account she doesn't realize she is opening herself to the one person she would never want in her life. As time goes by Alex's life becomes even better. Already a best selling author, now she is working on a movie deal for one of her books. She's also made a new friend, one she's met on Twitter and one she doesn't realize doesn't want to be a friend at all.

Interesting story idea, nicely written love scenes are featured in this novella. Although the a little speed up happens in the story line and would have been interesting to see the scene between Alex's husband and her stalker played out, I like this book.

Is there anywhere safe when you're the object of someone's obsession?

Alexandria Stevens is a New York Times best-selling romance novelist. After she makes a guest appearance on a popular TV talk show, she creates a Twitter account. Within a few short weeks she meets a fan, and they become fast friends…or that's what Alex thinks. When Alex finds herself being stalked, the person she least suspects is her new friend Jillian. What she doesn't know is that Jillian has been obsessed with her for years. She wants everything Alex has, even her husband.

Content Warning: sexual situations, adult language, violence,


  1. Thank you so much for reading and reviewing my book!

  2. A woman takes her obsession way too far in this hot, steamy story. This book brings us the wonder and danger that online interactions can be. How do we know whom we can or cannot trust? We base our conclusions on how people treat us but we forget that we only see what they want us to see.


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