It has been pegged an "erotic thriller." And yes, there are pages that will have you cutting your eyes sideways to see if anyone is reading over your shoulder while you meander through the danger zone.You'll find nestled in with "phone
sex", the psychiatric profiles of her characters and an interesting story line. Julia begins an adventure that takes her to places she's never even thought about. The changes in her life aren't made hastily. The reader travels along and feels Julia's uneasiness as she takes a 360-degree turn from her comfort zone, landing briefly in a tar pit. If you get through the prologue, you won't have any problem sliding into Julia's silk camisole. And you may find out along with Julia, that some of the masks we choose to hide behind may cut off our oxygen flow. You can privately take away any
newfound knowledge without anyone being the wiser. It can be your little secret. Rose's first novel is an intelligent
rendering of subject matter that either is not addressed, or done in such a distasteful, unbelievable manner that most
women can't relate.
"Lip Service" is a welcomed change that will have you venturing into the erotic thriller section of your favorite
bookstore, looking for the author's next effort. - a reviewer at Amazon.com
The review of this Book prepared by M.J. Rose