Where The Whispers Are by Cameron Rowe

Michael Dean Stanton, 18, has a massive crush on his former high school English teacher, the ravishingly beautiful Olivia Morgan Davidson, 35. So, he writes a lush and romantic book of poetry all about her and leaves it on her doorstep with a dozen red roses.

She reads the book and finds herself feeling things she hasn’t felt in years. So, she gives Michael three dates to charm her and calm her fears about dating a much younger man.

Michael quickly sweeps Olivia off her feet and introduces her to a world of unimaginable passion, lush and exotic lovemaking and an undying love and devotion she never dreamed possible.
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“another great story by Cameron Rowe”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Zane Summerfield

Whew! Make sure you’ve got a fire extinguisher handy – this book is on fire, another great story by Cameron Rowe, the power of romance, lust, sex, desire, everything you could wish for, right in one story. Excellent character creation, live out your dream, be immersed in the character’s lives, brilliantly done. An enjoyable read, can’t wait for more from author Cameron Rowe 🙂

About the Author

Cameron Rowe is a romance writer and poet that lives in Panama City, Florida. Author of two novels, Stephania: A Star Is Born and The Exotic Benevolence, he loves to write romance and bases his novels on the Gulf Coast. His favorite novelists are Jackie Collins and Danielle Steele. He’s also a fast writer. Both Stephania and the Exotic Benevolence took about ten weeks to write each and a month to edit. Besides writing, he loves movies, 80s music, and Supergirl.

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