Dickey, Eric Jerome

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The Business of Lovers

The action between the sheets is hot but at times clunky verbal foreplay grates (e.g., “I feel like an animal with you. Animals don’t know sin. Animals are free”). Minor quibbles aside, this is sure to please Dickey’s many fans. [See Prepub Alert, 10/14/19.]

Before We Were Wicked

Pages of two-person dialog can be clunky (e.g., "I'm a freshman when it comes to sex. You're a grad student"), and commentary about prejudice interrupts the plot with debates about Africans vs. African Americans, low credit scores, and the O.J. trial. Yet Dickey has fans who will appreciate Swift's backstory and especially the hot sex. [See Prepub Alert, 10/29/18.]

Bad Men andWicked Women

Readers unfamiliar with Dickey's style may be confused by multiple pages of dialog lacking identifiers as to who is speaking, plus political editorials about government oppression. That said, suspense builds with an action-packed finale, and Dickey's many fans will eagerly consume this. [See Prepub Alert, 10/22/17.]

Finding Gideon

This latest novel from blockbuster author Dickey stars a hit man whose plans to destroy his rival include three complicated, competent women both aiding and interfering...

The Blackbirds

Dickey (One Night; Naughtier Than Nice) once again stirs a juicy mix of steamy sexuality with soap-opera drama. Despite witty insults tending to get lost in lengthy passages of dialog, this story will please fans who will recognize characters from the author's previous novels. Anticipate strong demand. [See Prepub Alert, 10/19/15.]

Naughtier Than Nice

Despite the occasionally clunky prose ("It was love at first sight for you as it was love at first sight for me"), a thrilling ending and loads of hot sexual gymnastics will draw Dickey's many fans.

A Wanted Woman

Best-selling author Dickey has written another thrilling story of murder and romance, this time involving assassins in Barbados...


Dickey's writing can meander into clunky dialog and long-winded decryptions, but his legions of fans seem to forgive those drawbacks. It's all about the sex. and Dickey certainly has a talent for creating ultra erotic sex scenes. Purchase multiples, Dickey's widespread fans will place beaucoup reserves. [See Prepub Alert, 10/8/12.]

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