Also by this author: Resisting Roots
Sacred Serenity by Audrey Carlan
Series: Lotus House
Published by Waterhouse Press on August 30th 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Erotica
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Tantric yoga pushes your body, mind, and soul to meld with your partner in ways the average relationship never experiences. Deeply sensual and highly sexual, tantric yoga is for true believers. Amber St. James doesn t know what to believe. At twenty-two years old her focus is on medical school as she prepares to be a pediatrician. Top of her class, she hasn't given much thought to dating or men in general. Her plan is clear. Finish the elite San Francisco/Berkeley Medical School program early and become a doctor. That is, until she needs to pass her human sexualities course. A subject she is by far a stranger to for religious and personal reasons.
Tantric practitioner Dash Alexander is Lotus House Yoga's most sought after sensual teacher. Women flock to him for his unique teaching style, calm nature, and wicked hot body. Hearing Amber s plight, he offers to help her. The condition? Amber must assist his couples tantra yoga class as his partner. The attraction between the two is beyond anything he's ever experienced spiritually or otherwise.
Through Dash's teachings he makes love to Amber's mind and merges with her soul. Physically there's only one problem, a secret that's sacred. Amber St. James is a virgin by choice."
I don’t know if you have ever read a Audrey Carlan book but she can write some pretty hot sexy time scenes. From her Calendar Girl series to this one, she has written some steamy ones. It’s one of the things I like about her books.
This book, although it is the second in the series, can be read as a stand alone. The characters from the previous book do make an appearance. Amber and Matt seem polar opposites but some how they worked here. I liked seeing them come together.
My only reason for marking it a 4 was the detailed yoga parts. Sometimes it was good and sometimes it took away from the story. I think if it was balanced out a bit more it would of been fine.
I recommend you dive into these books if you like steamy romance and want to see that paired with yoga. Great job Audrey!