Thursday, June 17, 2010

REVIEW: Dancing With the Devil by Taylor Siluwé

Taylor Siluwe's Dancing With the Devil takes readers on a journey through a dark, raw, yet realistic account of passion and pain as he explores the collision between lust and common sense. The protagonists feel picked from a familiar urban corner in America and each story is woven with enough detail to paint the clearest picture. If you’re in the market for a sizzling summer read, Dancing won’t disappoint. While many books in this genre are poorly written or edited, Siluwe’s short stories are crafted with expert precision and amazing detail. Turning the last page will feel like breaking up with your first love…you won’t want it to be over.

Keep passin’ the open windows…

4 comments:

Ian (Darktomahawk) said...

I know you know Taylor personally, tell him I said Holla! I loved this book! I can't wait until the follow up! I read a snippet on his blog the other day and got mad because there wasn't more, LOL.

Cocoa Rican said...

I will pass on the love...
The book is a great, easy, fun and fast read. Loved it.

thegayte-keeper said...

I need to get my hands on a copy of this book...

Cocoa Rican said...

Amazon.com has them...