Title: The Tantric Principle
Publisher: Red Sage Publishing
Imprint: Red Sage Presents
Pub Date: 1 April 2011
Author: Jennifer Probst
The Tantric Principle by Jennifer Probst is really something to wow for. Reading this book makes me blush like a school girl. While this book is an erotica, the plot, the storyline as well as the emotional development are all touching and moving. I like how the characters get to explore each other’s fears as well as their sexual fantasies.
One thing that i learn from The Tantric Principal is that sometimes, one got to persevere when it comes to getting men to commit, and one way to get a guy to commit to you is to let have a taste of how it’s like loosing you.
Well done Jennifer Probst. This is a very inspiring read, despite of the erotic nature of it.
I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I thought they could improvise the cover.
I receive an ARC of this book from Red Sage Publishing via Netgalley. I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.
Grant had been burned years ago and learned his lesson about mixing business with pleasure. When his wife accused him of having an affair with a student, he lost everything and had to start over. But his want for the hellion in the little black skirt was worth breaking the rules. When the door closed, he taught her the ancient practice of tantric sex. A world where a woman’s pleasure is primary. A world where an orgasm doesn’t end in seconds but lasts for hours. A world in which he is in control with one goal: to wring as much sexual satisfaction from her as possible.
Their relationship grows but when a female student interested in Grant becomes suspicious, Grant is suddenly faced with an old dilemma. Arianna is confronted by her own choices – she has just received a major promotion and needs to transfer to Chicago. When Grant confesses the truth of their relationship to the student, Arianna realizes she is in love with him. She wants to stay and give their relationship a chance. But Grant is not ready for her to make the choice – he tells her he can’t ask her to stay. Devastated, Arianna tells him it was her decision but he refused to let her love him. She walks away and Grant is suddenly afraid he lost the only woman he’d ever love.