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Sue’s Seduction, a book review

Thomas Bellflower June 26, 2015

Reviewed by Gary Roen

Sue’s Seduction reminded me of several themes in “Star Trek.” From “Star Trek The Next Generation” episode “Too Short A Season” where Admiral Mark Jameson takes a potion that reverses the aging process and from original “Star Trek Mud’s Women,” where women take a pill that makes them beautiful.  “Sue’s Seduction” incorporates both of these themes when 55 year old Susan Kent decides to participate in an experimental medical program where she takes a pill for three years.  She finds that she is reversing the aging process and becoming more beautiful and much healthier the longer she stays with the program.  There is also a darker side where she is much more adventurous in her sexuality and the world of drugs.  “Sue’s Seduction” has a steady pace that takes the reader along to the final cliff hanger ending that ensures there will be a sequel, but there is something else that makes this novel so much fun to read.  At the beginning of each chapter there are little bits of trivia that are also fun to learn.  “Sue’s Seduction” is a great summer read.


Sue’s Seduction

By Saylor Storm

Published by Storm Productions
9780578129945, $7.99

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