Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Nichelle Gregory has been in love with books and writing since middle school. An avid reader, Nichelle used to hide all of. Ample Delights. By Nichelle Gregory. £ Buy Now Add to Wishlist Read a Sample Send as a Gift. Available in: epub, mobi, pdf. This book is available to send. Read “Ample Delights” by Nichelle Gregory online on Bookmate – Beauty, brains and voluptuous curves Terrah’s exactly the kind of woman Nick’s been.
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I also enjoyed Terrah’s cheery relationship with her sister. Nichelle Gregory liked Brindle Chase’s blog post: Kim Lewis rated it liked it Jul 19, As such, you must be over 18, with your full birth date entered into your Goodreads profile, before you request to join.
Towards the end, however, I couldn’t wait for their story to be finished. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Founded inExcelling Authors was created with the advancement of authors a Excelling Authors welcomes all authors and non-authors to this group. I would really like a continuation this novel. I loved penning Nick and Terrah’s steamy romance! You don’t want to mess with Terrah. Sep 30, No whining, no self-loathing, just telling the message: I enjoyed the challenge of building the heat and intimacy between these two as they fall head over heels in love.
I liked the story. Description Beauty, brains and voluptuous curves… Terrah’s exactly the kind of woman Nick’s been looking for, but can he convince her that the smokin’ hot chemistry between them is more than skin deep?
The ending had everything I look for in this genre and the main couple’s chemistry was off the charts. Aug 08, Trivia About Ample Delights. Author Nichelle Gregory has done a great job focusing on body image issue while developing relationship and creating two great characters. Her job as a makeup artist requires confidence, creativity and the ability to stay focused in the presence of some of the world’s finest men.
One can read the synopsis of this book, so there is no need for me to re-cap it here She was just like every I loved this story. Not the greatest review, but they did say they couldn’t put the book down.
You will not be disappointed.
Want to Read saving…. Terrah is swept away by the sizzling chemistry between them and emotionally unprepared when their electric connection blossoms into something more than hot sex.
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Let me take your mind off the craziness deliguts your world as you slip into mine! Ample Delights is available for download from Apple Books. Terrah must decide to trust her heart and face her own insecurities before she can have the ‘happily ever after’ she truly desires.
Terrah Bryant embraces her curves despite being immersed in the modelling world. E-books Ebooks – Open Books — members — last activity Dec 07, Also the emphasis on her good “curves” and “small waist” became annoying at nidhelle point: It was an entertaining and easy read.
She catches the eye of the world renowned Nick and she realizes that he isn’t as shallow as she believed someone like him would be. Additionally, I would like to point out that although this is multicultural novel, the issue of multicultural relationship is not raised at all, which was really fine by me.
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I felt as if I was in the ancient forest of Drearwood because of how well Mr. Peek inside Santa’s workshop It’s funny how we believe we are over something and all it takes is a quick incident to reveal that we a Aw www Nick proving to Terrah she was the only woman for him was the icing on the cake.
Oct 08, As You Wish Djinn Brotherhood, deliggts 3. Passionate about bringing books to life, Nichelle has narrated over a hundred tales found on Audible. It only shows that no matter what that person says, they are still not secure enough in their appearance to not feel the need to insult those who don’t look like them. At the beginning I was excited to read because I loved the characters. It didn’t hold my interest.
Additionally, I don’t like it when authors use phrases like “real woman” or “how a woman should look” to describe women with a fuller figure.