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Show & Tell epub ebook

by George Nelson,Dion Graham

Show & Tell epub ebook

Author: George Nelson,Dion Graham
Category: Erotica
Publisher: Recorded Books, Inc. (2002)
ISBN: 1402538235
ISBN13: 978-1402538230
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 463
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Show and Tell is a freaky, very graphic love story. Its author, Nelson George, is an accomplished screenwriter, documentarian, critic, and author of several award-winning nonfiction books. In addition, he was a consulting producer on the Emmy Award-winning The Chris Rock Show.

Show and Tell is a freaky, very graphic love story. A best-selling author, his novels include One Woman Short.

Show and Tell by Nelson George is an erotic and sensual storyline about dating in the new Millennium. Nelson George pulls off writing an engaging book that caught me from the "Godiva Chocolates scene" up until the very last page

Show and Tell by Nelson George is an erotic and sensual storyline about dating in the new Millennium. at least on the surface. Both of them enjoy getting sum sumthin and some serious freaking, unfortunately its not necessarily with each other. Nelson George pulls off writing an engaging book that caught me from the "Godiva Chocolates scene" up until the very last page. The main character, Dean Chance, was a man who THOUGHT his woman satisfied him, especially in the bedroom, but after he meets a temptress named Bee Cole, his world was literally turned upside down.

Nelson George (born September 1, 1957) is an American author, columnist, music and culture critic, journalist, and filmmaker. He has been nominated twice for the National Book Critics Circle Award. George attended St. John's University.

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Show & Tell book.

Show & Tell book. A deliciously erotic tale about four people entangled by lust, voyeurism, and.

Nelson George: Nelson George is one of the first writers to document hip hop culture, seeing Kool Herc in a Bronx schoolyard in the late '70s. He would go on to write several award winning books on the subject, including 'Hip Hop America' and Russell Simmons' autobiography 'Life and De. He directed Queen Latifah in the award winning HBO film, 'Life Support,' and executive produces VH1's long running 'Hip Hop Honors' broadcast. He can be contacted at ww. elsondgeorge.

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Looking for books by Nelson George? See all books authored by Nelson George, including Hip Hop America, and The Death Of Rhythm & Blues, and more on ThriftBooks. Nelson George is an award-winning author of both fiction and nonfiction. He has written for Playboy, Billboard, Esquire, the Village Voice, Essence, and many other national magazines, as well as writing and producing television programs and feature films. Series By Nelson George. Books By Nelson George. in Rap. in Recording & Sound. The Death Of Rhythm & Blues.

Reviews (7)
Ausstan
This book is muy caliente! In "Show and Tell", Nelson George introduces us to Drew, an upwardly mobile, thirty-something daytime talk show producer. At the outset, Drew seems happy and satisfied with both his career and his relationship with Millie, a successful Internet entrepeneur. When Millie's work calls for an extended roadtrip across the country, Drew's personal life takes an unexpected turn when he meets and freaks Bee, a sexy mystery woman. Almost simulataneously, Drew also finds himself directed to spice up the talk show's segments by focusing on sexual topics in a bid to gain higher ratings.
As Drew's professional and personal lives become satured with all things sexual, havoc ensues: relationships are damaged, careers are jeapordized, and skeletons come rattling out of more than a couple of closets. Very juicy stuff!
I enjoyed the various twists and turns the story took as it unfolded, and the sex scenes were spicy and erotic without being salacious. Although the ending was a little too pat, this book kept me thoroughly entertained - I read it in one sitting.
If you like your fiction a little on the saucy, racy side, read this book. You won't be disappointed.

Marad
Hot! Hot! Hot! are the words that I would use to describe Nelson George's latest novel "Show & Tell." Dean Chance, the main character is a pretty conservative guy. He produces segments for the "Nick Shaw Show." The show is your run of the mill talk show based in the very competitive New York market. One day the powers that be decide that the show needs a new focus, sex. Little does Dean know that this new focus will not only affect him but also the people closest to him. People he thinks he knows, he really doesn't know at all.
Dean has a devoted and steady girlfriend named Millie Jackson. Millie and Dean have a very good relationship with a very healthy sex life. The only real issue that Dean has with Millie is that she seems to be so career focused. By chance one day Dean meets a woman named Bee Cole, a beautiful, mysterious, and seductive woman. Bee brings out things in Dean that he wasn't even aware of.
"Show & Tell" is not only a love story, but an exploration of sexuality. The book explores many aspects of the act of sex and sexual fantasies. It was a page turner and I could not put this book down. This book is erotic and exotic and on the RAW scale I give it a 5.
Reviewed by Simone

Arcanefire
Show and Tell by Nelson George is an erotic and sensual storyline about dating in the new Millennium. Millie and Dean are a typical African-American buppy couple...at least on the surface. Both of them enjoy getting sum sumthin and some serious freaking, unfortunately its not necessarily with each other. George explores uncharted territory as he takes the reader into the world of cybersex with wicked emails and erotic chat rooms. While Millie is busy experiencing voyeurism in the Internet chatworld, Dean is busy knocking boots with a mysterious character named Bee Cole. What evolves for both Dean and Millie is a world of secret desires, fantasies, forbidden fruit, lust, deceit and jealousy. Will these two engaged love birds make it down the aisle to wedding bliss? Check out George's latest book and find out.
Show and Tell is a witty and entertaining read that I devoured in one sitting. If you're looking for a quick, easy read, with eroticism from a male point-of-view, then check out Show and Tell by Nelson George.
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Xangeo
I loved reading Show & Tell. It's the kind of story where you're not sure where it's going, but the more you read, the more your mouth drops open due to all the fantastic plot twists and non-stop action. In this novel, Nelson George did an excellent job with this sexy, fast paced, intense, and freshly written story that's both humorous and intelligent. Main character Dean Chance works in the television industry and he loves to have sex...not just the boring, routine kind of sex but the 'what-can-i-do-to-twist-my-body-differently-tonight' kind of sex. His lust and sexual choices cause him to endure terrifying consequences. Between his girl, Millie, and the seductive, Bee Cole, there are quite a few 'out there' characters in this book, but they all contribute to make this a fun-filled story that will have you fascinated and shocked and maybe even fantasizing.

Pumpit
I was not impressed by this book. I read this author's previous book "One Woman Short" and enjoyed it, this current book left me feeling oh well.
I was intrigued by the excerpt, but wasn't excited by the content. I expected a different connection between the books characters. I figured out the connection of the characters early and somehow lost my enthusiasm for the story. It was good in that it explored the world of cyberspace and the willingness in which people will freely express things over that medium.
The erotic nature of the book kept me interested however, the scenes were often a laugh or a bit too strange for my tastes. The characters came across as unrealistic in certain instances.
It was not the worst book I've read, but it's not a book that I'll recommend to anyone.

Blackworm
Nelson George gets down and dirty in this tribute to sex, sex, and more sex. Dean appears conservative to the outside world, a producer of a highly rated talk show, he resists turning changing the format of the show to a more sexual theme. But it doesn't take long for him to warm up to the idea though he still as his reservations. The research is the best part of the job. He loves his fiancee Millie, but the allure of Bee Cole is too much temptation. How far will he go? How low will he go? This book explores some of things you may have dreamed or thought about but don't have the nerve. On-line sex chats, menage a trois, swinging; this is the world that is explored. The book however gives just enough and doesn't saturate you with detail that would could otherwise make this a work of borderline pornography. This is very tastefully done and has some humorous scenes.

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