This is a work in progress. It’s the blurb for the back of Hidden Temptation. What do you think? I don’t think it will interest anyone. I can write a story, tell a story and when I tell people what my book is about they say it sounds good. Only it takes me like five minutes to tell them.
Hidden Temptation has fights, sexual abuse, erotic sex, family drama and an “oh wow ending”. Getting all that information in a few lines is the hard part. I want to tell you the whole thing. But if I did that you would have no reason to buy Hidden Temptations because you would have read it.
All advice is wanted and accepted.
Odette grew up in an abusive environment that created her commitment phobia. Her family relationship is full of drama. She is close with her older sisters and mother they refuse to mind their business and she refuses to heed their unsolicited advice about her lifestyle. To protect herself from having her heart-broken Odette will only have sex with married men.
Wilhelm is recently divorced from his adulterous gold digging wife. To keep from paying her a lot in alimony he takes a leave of absence from his accounting firm and starts working for UPS. The first day on the job Wilhelm jumps right into the player’s arena.
Wilhelm meets Odette on the first day of his new job. They are attracted to each other but Wilhelm lacks the one thing that would make him attractive to Odette, a wife.
Will Wilhelm give up the chase or will Odette surrender to his charms?
Disclaimer: I completed Hidden Temptation, my first completed novel and this blog is a humble attempt to create interest in its debut. I am not a professional and this is no way an educational guide. I am merely sharing my writing experience, what I picked up reading other novels, and what I learned in the process of completing Hidden Temptation.
I hope my experience helps fellow writers create a higher quality of art. I do not presume that Hidden Temptation is perfect or of professional quality but I do believe it is close. Your opinions, thoughts, and feedback are most welcome. Please feel free to create an open thread and share thoughts, and opinions so that we can help each other grow as a community of writers.