Title: Follow You Down
Series: Farfalla #1
Author: Ted Persinger
Genre: Adult, Bisexual Erotic Romance
Release Date: December 29, 2014
“Rachel Walker, I’d like you to meet David Wright.” I still tremble when I remember those words. That day changed me forever.
Rachel is a biracial woman from Queens in the late 1970s. She aspires to write poetry, and is drawn to Manhattan for the art she finds there. She meets a man who changes her life forever. David has a dark secret. His desires draw Rachel into a world of easy indulgence, a world of lust and sex, a world where anything goes. From a simple school teacher, Rachel is transformed into someone she would never have recognized…would never have approved of. As her career grows, so do her challenges. Is she flying or falling? Sometimes it’s difficult to understand the difference.
To this very day, I remember the first time I saw him. It sounds corny, of course, to say “my heart skipped a beat.” But it did. Several. I do believe in love at first sight…it has happened to me a few times in my life. But this was the first, and the first is always special. He set my soul on fire instantly. I would’ve done anything he wanted…and I guess I did.
Follow You Down is an erotic romance, which explores a woman’s personal, spiritual, and sexual evolution. Rachel faces a changing world, a changing culture, and a changing sense of self. Where will she find herself? Who will she be on the other side?
This book was infuriating. I think that the book started off strong and I found the beginning engaging but it quickly changed to reading porn with a little bit of a plot thrown in. I can’t believe I’m going to say this, but there was too much sex in this book. It was a actually distracting to the plot, well what little of it there was. I found Rachel’s character to be the only one of real substance, and even at times questioning her motives. I detested the ending. I have never been a huge fan of the cliff hanger endings and this one was just irritating, because it was more then a cliff hanger it was almost as if the thought was interrupted mid sentence. Although it seems I don’t have much good to say about the book, the fact that I’m so angry at the book shows that it can inspire emotion. It inspired feeling, and that is better then indifference. I find that since it was written by a man that it’s interesting that Rachel’s character was so well developed while David’s wasn’t. I’m hoping that in the next book we will get more insight into David. I’m giving this book 3.5 stars because it had a lot of potential, and a lot of hot sex (even if I thought it was too much), and I am looking forward to the next book.