- Tri Destiny Publishing
- Release Date
- February 2014
Stewart Realty: Life in the House Lane
Love is an easy word to use, a hard one to demonstrate, and sometimes impossible to trust.
The Stewart Realty series is a sweeping epic, encompassing many years in the lives of two people who know how to love with their bodies, how to please and get pleasure, to control and be controlled. When it comes to the deeper meaning of the one word they both need, backgrounds and personalities get in the way. While their physical connection sizzles they somehow manage to continuously disappoint one another on an emotional level.
Jack Gordon has it all-money, success, a string of women-but also a deep longing for something more. When he thinks he finds it with Sara Jane Thornton, his world is never the same again. Sara releases a side of himself he considered buried out of frustration and unhappiness. Sara soon learns that she must trust him implicitly, something she cannot do, no matter how many times she tries...and he fails.
With a rich cast of secondary characters, including a young man who presents a near-perfect foil to Jack's intensity, and who falls hard for Sara, The Stewart Realty series is a saga with an emphasis on contemporary life with a healthy dose of realistic eroticism. A tale of modern, busy, driven people seeking the ever-elusive and highly coveted combination-a friend, lover and trusted companion who will be there for the long haul.
Start at the beginning, with the Jack and Sara Trilogy, now for the first time ever in a print anthology. The Stewart Realty series is a best seller in family saga and urban fiction categories. See for yourself what the buzz is all about.
May 06, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
110 people found the following review helpful
What is better than a story written by Liz Crowe? How about an entire trilogy featuring the chaotic relationship between Jack Gordon and Sara Thornton?
In THE STEWART REALTY ANTHOLOGY, Ms. Crowe proves once again that she can deliver top notch characters seeped in passion and desire. Caught up in a tumultuous relationship, the two main characters have to weather plenty of hard times. Fortunately for the reader, the entire saga in available in this anthology.
As with her other books, the author is exceptionally skilled at character development. Jack and Sara at the beginning of the story are much different than the ones who finish it. There is always plenty of emotion packed into the storyline. For the reader, there are no guaranteed happy endings, but the author always likes to throw in a few unexpected twists and turns.
This is what I would describe as a "meaty" read, one that requires a significant chunk of time for proper enjoyment. It is definitely worth the effort.
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