Book Review: Annie Russo: Proposals & Proclivities by J L Baumann

Annie Russo: Proposals & Proclivities by J L Baumann

J. L. Baumann does it again with his new book Annie Russo: Proposals & Proclivities.

Surely by now you have read Annie Russo: Tenacity Born.

When you read it, you learned what real writing is like. Baumann doesn’t write “Mind Play-Doh”. Instead, readers are treated to literature the way it was always intended to be.

Baumann paints a word picture so vividly that the reader can actually see the images the author is describing. In the original book, the author described a fine dining experience so vividly that the reader could actually taste the shrimp cocktail.

There are no torrid intimate scenes. The author does use God’s Holy Name in vain. Other than that, the book is Christian-friendly, which is important to our audience.

If you are a reader who wants to actually read instead of joining the TLDR (Too Long, Didn’t Read) crowd, you will want to read Annie Russo: Proposals & Proclivities. It is a refreshing book and well worth taking the time to read and savor it. You will enjoy your copy.

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