Touch of Trouble (Touch Series Book 4 by Cara Dee

Touch of Trouble (Touch Series Book 4 by Cara Dee

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4 out of 5 Stars

*I was provided a copy of Touch of Trouble by the author in exchange for an honest review. I am not compensated for my honest opinion.*

Kayla Brandon has finally found a place where she completely fits in, both in her kinky lifestyle and in love. Nicholas Ford is the perfect Daddy for this little girl, and she’s ready to spend forever with him. But first she’ll have to make peace with her demons from the past. And a little matchmaking along the way won’t hurt.

Touch of Trouble is the 4th book in the Touch series and is best read in order with the other books of the series. Nicholas and Kayla’s relationship began in book 1, and now Kayla has to face her family in order to move forward with Nicholas.

I enjoy Ms. Dee’s writing tremendously, and this book is no exception. Her characters are real people and her kink is realistic. She doesn’t skirt around the rules of the BDSM lifestyle and offers readers what feels like a true glimpse into various kinks. It’s always hot and entertaining.

I can appreciate that different kinks are for different people, and unfortunately this one just isn’t for me. I don’t mind reading about Daddies and littles, but I have a difficult time getting in the mind of a little. I enjoyed the first book of the story more because it was from Nicholas’ point of view. With this book being told from Kayla’s point of view, I couldn’t connect as well with her even though I like her character in all the other books.

Overall, it was an integral part of the series as a whole and well-written. I enjoyed the other characters at Switch, and look forward to the stories that follow.

All of my reviews of Ms. Dee’s works can be found by selecting her name from the Author Spotlight tab.

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Noah by Cara Dee

Noah by Cara Dee

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5 out of 5 Stars

*I was provided a copy of Noah by the author in exchange for an honest review. I am not compensated for my honest opinion.*

In Breaking Free and With Brave Wings we met Noah Collins, Assistant Director and life of the party. Now Noah has his own book, aptly titled Noah, where we pick up several years later when he thinks his life is in order and he’s happily committed to his girlfriend. But Noah’s life gets thrown upside down in a matter of hours when he finds his girlfriend cheating on him and then loses his entire family in a plane crash. If you haven’t read the other two books, no worries because Noah can easily stand on its own.

Julian is Noah’s stepnephew, someone Noah hasn’t had much chance to get to know over the years. He’s also the only person who understands what Noah’s going through considering Julian also lost his family.

Noah and Julian form a bond over their grief and begin to help each other work through their pain. They recognize how their bond could become unhealthy by depending on one another too much, especially when things become sexual. While Noah doesn’t identify himself as gay or even bisexual, he’s never been opposed to same-sex relationships. He’s just never had many relationships at all. The pair need to heal separately before they can explore the attraction between them.

Both Noah and Julian are well-developed characters. We see Julian as shy and timid, yet he excels in music and is able to express himself more freely through his songs. He has deep-seated issues to work through, and even though the book is written in Noah’s point of view, we get a good glimpse of how Julian grows and becomes more assertive throughout his healing.

Noah has always been a take-charge kind of guy and the life of any party. But in his grief over losing his whole family, he becomes lost. Add in what feels like an unnatural attraction to his nephew, and Noah doesn’t know which end is up. He wants to help Julian as much as he can without overstepping any lines, but the closer they get the more his attraction grows. It’s so interesting to watch Noah go through all these changes. And just when things seem to be going well, other issues pop up that the pair have to handle together.

One of the things I love about this story, and all of Cara Dee’s books, is the way the secondary characters are incorporated. While they’re in the background, the writing style allows their personalities to shine through and builds depth to the plot. It’s also great to get a peek at what’s going on in the lives of the characters I loved so much in the previous books.

Another stellar story from Ms. Dee. My other reviews of her books can be found under the Author Spotlight tab.

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Chef (My Master Series Book One) by D.S. Hart

Chef (My Master Series Book One) by D.S. Hart

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3 out of 5 Stars

*I was provided a copy of Chef by the author in exchange for an honest review. I am not compensated for my honest opinion.*

Sous Chef Veronica Delaware has the hots for her boss, Head Chef Ethan Craymore. Too bad he’s a complete jerk. Veronica also has some hidden desires she’s not sure Ethan, or anyone else, can fulfill. Her ex-boyfriend certainly couldn’t. No matter where she goes, she can’t seem to escape reminders of her ex.

Ethan learned his lesson about mixing business with pleasure a long time ago, but his desire for Veronica is put to the test when the two are attacked outside the restaurant they work at. Veronica is forced to stay with Ethan, and their desires come to the surface. It appears they’re more compatible than either one thought.

The attack at work and a fire at Veronica’s condo lead them to believe the events are more than just coincidence. When Veronica’s safety is in jeopardy, Ethan will have to use all his resources to save her.

Chef is book one in the erotic romance My Master series, and it includes a nice mix of romance, BDSM, and suspense. The main characters are involved in BDSM, but the author did a good job of incorporating that as secondary to a full plot instead of making it the main focus. One thing I like to see with any type of BDSM in a story is that it’s done realistically, which certainly is the case here. The characters discuss things like limits and safe words before embarking on any type of relationship.

The romance and suspense were also well done. While Veronica and Ethan were getting to know each other sexually, they were also getting to know each other personally. There may have been insta-lust, but there was no insta-love. The love grew at a nice pace throughout the story. The suspense wasn’t apparent at first but developed as the story progressed, leading to a nice climax and tying into the romance at the end.

While I really liked the plot and the characters, the editing errors brought the book down for me. In addition to things like missing and extra words, wrong words, and incorrect dialogue punctuation, there were also several inconsistencies in the plot that made it less enjoyable. Both main characters had contrasting information given at times about their background. A few plot devices were a bit too cliché for my liking. This book could truly benefit from a strong editor to fix these issues.

Overall, I enjoyed the main theme of the book and the way the author used BDSM to draw the characters together. Three stars for this erotic romantic suspense.

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The Matriarch: An Erotic Superhero Romance (Book 1 of The Matriarch Trilogy) by Sloane Howell

The Matriarch: An Erotic Superhero Romance (Book 1 of The Matriarch Trilogy) by Sloane Howell

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3 out of 5 Stars

*I was provided a copy of The Matriarch by the author in exchange for an honest review. I am not compensated for my honest opinion.*

Maggie Madison has vowed revenge on the man who killed her family and kidnapped her, turning her into something dark and dirty. Since her escape from his clutches, she’s learned combat skills and built a successful business, allowing her to fight crime while she tries to bring down her archenemy, Kiril. But when she meets Cody and sparks fly, her superhero status is called into question. For the first time in her life she wants to grow closer to someone, but she has to hide her true self in the process. When a new enemy arises, Maggie’s put to the test in more ways than one.

The Matriarch intrigued me from the start and drew me in with its original mix of superhero action, eroticism, and romance. The fact that it was a female superhero was an added bonus. Maggie was clearly a “take no prisoners” kind of girl and the story was action-packed, which was a nice variation on the typical romance.

Because of all the action, there was little character development. The story covers so much ground before even getting to the romance or fighting Maggie’s enemy that it never delved into any one area too deeply. While I could appreciate the idea of the various genres this book includes, it was too focused on the superhero aspect to be a successful romance, and the eroticism felt gratuitous. The story would have been better served by exploring Maggie’s life in more depth and how she came to be a superhero and then putting the rest of the story into another book since this is already part of a series.

The story is told in first person point of view mostly by Maggie. Several other points of view were occasionally included, but many of them felt unnecessary. The information provided in those scenes was often repeated in the form of a news article. It would have been enough to only provide the news article, or the entire story could have been told in third person point of view to make it more seamless.

I did enjoy the plot and thought the combined genres was an interesting twist. Three stars for this superhero erotic romance.

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Stirred by Nancy S. Thompson – Review and Giveaway

Stirred by Nancy S. Thompson

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4 out of 5 Stars

*I was provided a copy of Stirred by the author in exchange for an honest review. I am not compensated for my honest opinion.*

At forty-one, Eden MacLaird appears to have everything—a husband and son, a beautiful house, and a posh lifestyle. But her marriage is a sham, and finding her husband in bed with her best friend only makes her realize what she’s really missing: love. A chance meeting in a bar with Sean Bennett could change everything.

Sixteen years her junior, Sean awakens a sexual desire in Eden she’s long forgotten about. Just when she thinks she can have it all, a double murder points to Eden and Sean. As they get swept up in the investigation, long-buried secrets are revealed and Eden will have to decide if she really trusts Sean.

Stirred is an erotic romance with elements of mystery and suspense that will draw you in right from the prologue. There’s deceit, murder, intrigue, and of course hot sex. The relationship between Eden and Sean is built up nicely while Eden re-evaluates her world once she catches her husband and best friend in bed together and makes the resulting connection believable. The story is told in first person point of view from both Eden and Sean, giving the reader a solid understanding of where each character is coming from.

While the mystery continued until near the very end, there were plenty of clues along the way. Even though I essentially figured out what was going on, it didn’t take away from the enjoyment of seeing everything resolved. There were plenty of things left to learn, and Ms. Thompson has a way of shocking you with what happens.

That said, there were some scenes that were quickly summarized that I would have liked to see in more detail, like Eden’s discussion with her son. Ian was a major reason for Eden’s hesitation in continuing her relationship with Sean, yet he was mostly only included in passing. Some of the secondary relationships felt forced in order to make the plot work. Eden and Reely were supposedly best friends for years, yet Eden seemed to dislike Reely even before catching her in bed with Declan. Sean was best friends with Trinitee, who was several years younger than him, but he was always quick to point out her flaws and shared her life story with Eden without much prompting.

Despite some drawbacks, this was an entertaining, mysterious, steamy story. I look forward to seeing what Ms. Thompson comes up with next.

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Rach

 

Stirred Summary:

I’m Eden MacLaird, and Fate screwed me good at the age of twenty-one, stole my first love, then my first child. Twenty years later, I still haven’t found my happily-ever-after. Sure, from the outside, I have it all, including Declan, my gorgeous, rich-as-sin husband. But things aren’t what they seem, and catching Declan in bed with my best friend destroys any dreams I harbor for love, much less sexual fulfillment.

Then in walks Sean Bennett…

Just months away from earning his post-graduate law degree, Sean’s smart, driven, and serious, but an unexpected encounter between us in a bar one night changes everything. His best friend, Trinitee, warns against getting too involved, but the heat between us is beyond intense, and neither of us are willing to walk away.

With my marriage in shambles, I’m eager to make a go of it with Sean, despite our sixteen-year age difference. But while I relish my sexual reawakening, I fear giving up the posh life I’ve grown accustomed to. That life, however, and everything in it, comes crashing down as bodies start piling up around us, and all clues point to me and Sean.

Secrets, betrayal, and revenge threaten to destroy not just my carefully-crafted reputation, but my very life. With our freedom at stake, Sean and I join forces to uncover those plotting against us. But as doubt and evidence mount, I must choose: give in to my suspicions and save myself, or trust our new-found love and save us both.

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Anticipation (1)

Her hands caught mine and stilled it in place, not letting me go any farther, but not pushing me away either. She was very conflicted; that much was certain—the look in her eyes, the way she worried her bottom lip with her teeth. And it would work to my benefit, I was sure. But instead of emboldening me, it gave me pause, and my longing inexplicably shifted from what I wanted for myself, to what I wanted for her—to feel desired, to know she was someone’s fantasy, a dream come true. I would show her what she’d been missing all these years, what her husband had denied her, that she was worth the effort, worth giving to, worth loving. And in my sudden need to be what her husband had not, I felt a fullness swell inside me. Not just between my legs, or even my heart, but in my soul.

Caught in that epiphany, I leaned in, my mouth a mere inch from her right ear.

“What are you so afraid of, Eden?” I breathed, and slowly, I moved to face her, so close, all I had to do was stretch my neck, ever so slightly, and my mouth was on hers, gently, my tongue a flick against her lips as I brushed across it. Next, my mouth was at her left ear. “Why not take the risk?” I pressed but for a moment before my mouth reclaimed hers.

I kissed her deeply this time, my tongue probing for hers, and, after a moment’s hesitation, she met me head on. My hand between her knees pressed forward, not rough, but definitely insistent. Undeniable. Her hands, once a tense and formidable barrier, relaxed, though she kept them resting against mine as my fingers edged upward, gently easing her legs apart to allow me access. And there it was, the lacy edge of her panties, and an intense, scorching heat. My heart ricocheted in response.

Eden sucked in a soft hiss as her mouth retreated from mine, but, though she pulled back for a split-second, a half-hearted attempt to regroup and regain control, she knew, as well as I, that it was impossible, and her mouth returned to the one place we both knew it belonged, right against mine. But even that proved too much for her, and she dipped her chin to lean her forehead against my cheek as she panted in anticipation.

Because that’s what this was. Anticipation. I hadn’t really touched her—not yet. I hadn’t invaded the space her wedding vows had long ago promised to one man, and one man only. That anticipation she felt was her sense of decency and fidelity warring with her desire, the basest need a human could ever experience.

 

Nancy S. Thompson Bio:

Nancy is a California transplant currently living in Seattle, Washington with her husband of 23 years, their son, a student at Seattle University, their giant snow dog, Jack, and his kitty, Skye. She works as a freelance editor for her publisher and writer friends and also has her own interior design business within the model home merchandising industry. When she’s not writing or editing, Nancy keeps herself busy by cooking and baking.

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Step Beast by Selena Kitt

Step Beast by Selena Kitt

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3 out of 5 Stars

Mathilda “Tilly” Beeston’s privileged life has been lacking one thing: her mother’s love. She can do no right in her mother’s eyes, yet her stepbrother, nicknamed Beast, can do no wrong. But Beast has been gone for years, only returning now that Tilly’s mother is on her deathbed. And Tilly’s been harboring a secret, one that might tear what little relationship she has left with Beast to shreds.

Conrad “Beast” Beeston III wants to step out of his father’s shadow, but spending eight years in the military only hardens him further. He fights his love for Tilly with everything he has, and he does it for her own good. Beast is keeping secrets of his own from her. Now that he’s come home, Tilly won’t give up. She pushes with everything she has to gain Beast’s love, but she doesn’t realize she’s throwing herself in the middle of a dangerous situation.

Step Beast is a contemporary erotic romance with a military bad boy, a billionaire, a stepsibling relationship, and BDSM. It has a good mix of erotica and action, and the plot is intriguing. Beast is hiding his real job from everyone, and Tilly, wanting Beast’s attention, unknowingly puts herself and her best friend in harm’s way. Beast has to save them without compromising what he’s worked so hard to accomplish.

Beast was a fantastic character. He was full of secrets and his personality didn’t give much away. He was the strong, silent, sexy type, which made me as interested in him as Tilly was. I enjoyed the way we learned about what he was up to little by little.

Tilly, unfortunately, came off as a spoiled brat and a petulant child. I had trouble liking her and couldn’t see what Beast found in her. The story being told from her point of view made it tedious at times. Her characterization was consistent and her background made it easy to understand why she acted the way she did, but I still had trouble relating to her and rooting for her.

The way the erotica was mixed with action was masterful and kept me reading, but quite a few things drew me out of the story. The author’s writing style was not for me. There were too many thought verbs and too much “telling” instead of “showing.” Also, em dashes—interruptions in the sentence like this—were used way too often. At times I had to go back and reread the sentence without the interruption to make sense of it.

There were quite a few grammatical and editing errors. Sometimes the wrong word was used, like unconscious instead of subconscious. In some places there were too many commas, and in others commas were missing. Some information was rehashed multiple times, and the story would have been more concise without it. There was also contradictory information. When Tilly was captured, her phone was shattered and lost, but after she was rescued she pulled it out of her pants pocket and answered it. At one point, we were told Tilly and Frankie had a discussion while in captivity, but that would have been impossible because they’d been gagged during that time and were only able to get their gags off for a short time when they were plotting their escape.

I had trouble rating this book because I really did like the plot but had to weigh it against all the other issues. In the end, I went with three stars, as this was an okay read but not great. With proper editing help, it could have been much better.

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Even Better (Stripped Book 2.5) by Skye Warren

Even Better (Stripped Book 2.5) by Skye Warren

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4 out of 5 Stars

*I was provided a copy of Even Better by the author through the author’s newsletter. I am not compensated for my honest opinion.*

Hannah isn’t sure what to do with her life now that she’s no longer stripping. Living with Blue feels right, but she’s afraid he’ll tire of her and throw her out like everyone else. She needs to find her place in the world, to find what she excels at.

When Blue’s friend West comes to stay for a little while as he adjusts to civilian life, things take an interesting turn. Hannah wants to be useful, and it seems that using her body in the same way she used to use it to survive just might fit the bill. West needs some reassurance and compassion, and that’s something Hannah can finally offer.

Even Better is an erotic novella that is part of the Stripped series. I received a free copy from the author’s newsletter, and it was said to be a standalone novella. Although I essentially understood the plot and the characters, I would have enjoyed this more had I read the previous book to know a little more about Hannah and Blue and the history of their relationship.

Hannah was the main character, and the novella was about her finding her way in life without depending on her boyfriend. That goal was not exactly accomplished by the end of the story. For the majority of the story she was very down on herself, wondering what she had to offer and being generally insecure. If the story weren’t so short, I might not have finished it because of her characterization, but as it was I stuck with it and did enjoy it for what it was, which was more of an erotic romance than anything else.

The sex scenes were definitely hot, so if that’s what you’re looking for you’ll likely enjoy this book. There was some exhibitionism and some male/female/male action. It was all well written and the characters were relatable. The few minor editing errors did not affect my enjoyment of the book.

Overall I enjoyed this, but I think I would have enjoyed it more if I’d read the previous book. This book does not end on a cliffhanger with the main characters, but it clearly sets up the next book in the series.

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Trust in Me (Dark Nights Book 1) by Skye Warren

Trust in Me (Dark Nights Book 1) by Skye Warren

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5 out of 5 Stars

*I was provided a copy of Trust in Me by the author. I am not compensated for my honest opinion.*

A difficult life has left Mia feeling like she has no options. As a slave to a crime lord, she has one last goal in life—to free a shipment of human cargo—and then she hopes her own existence will end in the crossfire. But the reappearance of her childhood crush, a man she begged for help who left her to suffer, puts a kink in all her plans. Tyler is in charge of security for the shipment, and Mia doesn’t want to put him in danger. She’s also not exactly sure who she can trust.

If you enjoy dark erotic romance, Trust in Me is a wonderful choice. It deals with some very disturbing themes including human trafficking, sex slaves, rape, and torture, but the story is extremely well written and will keep you turning page after page. Although I tend to find this type of book rather unrealistic, once I set realism aside this was an enjoyable read.

Mia was an extremely strong character who had been dealt a horrible hand in life, so it was easy to understand why she made the choices she did. Completely down on her luck and not knowing where her next meal was going to come from, choosing to get into Carlos’ car, and ultimately staying with him despite torture and becoming his sex slave, was the lesser of evils for Mia. And if she was able to do some good for others in a similar position while she was there, all the better.

When Tyler showed up, we were treated to more information about Mia’s past, unraveling her history piece by piece. Mia’s need to keep him safe while still accomplishing her goal and putting her own life in danger was an understandable sacrifice. But her confusion over who she could trust and who she couldn’t made the story even more interesting. I was left guessing right along with Mia.

Although there were a few things I would have liked a little more information on and some repetition in the story, it was interesting and kept me engaged. I would definitely read more by this author and more of this series. Trust in Me is a standalone novel.

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Rekindling the Flame (Den of Sins Book 22) by L.V. Lewis – Updated Review

Rekindling the Flame (Den of Sins Book 22) by L.V. Lewis

Updated Review

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5 out of 5 Stars

*I was provided an ARC of Rekindling the Flame by the author in exchange for an honest review. I am not compensated for my honest opinion.*

Still in her twenties, Sabine Beaudelaire isn’t ready to settle down and have a family yet, so her fiancé of several years has broken off their engagement. When Sabine travels to her hometown to visit a favorite uncle who’s been in a car accident, she meets “Hot IT Guy” and decides she deserves a fun fling, and he’s just the guy to fit the bill. What she doesn’t realize is Hot IT Guy is actually Xander Fishbourne, an old friend of her brother who was always interested in Sabine but never allowed to pursue her thanks to her brothers’ protectiveness.

Now that Xander and Sabine are old enough to make their own decisions, their week together becomes hot and full of passion. Xander, having divorced a few years ago, is ready to see where the relationship can go, even if it means doing the long distance thing once Sabine returns home. But Sabine is reluctant, and she ends up leaving without a word to Xander. A change in circumstances leads Sabine to need Xander more than ever. But she’ll have to fight to get him back after the way she ended things.

Rekindling the Flame is part of the Den of Sin series, which is a series of books written by four different authors where the characters overlap. Each standalone story revolves around a New Orleans hotel, aptly nicknamed the Den of Sin for its secret activities. This particular story was set at the hotel and some Den of Sin activities were taking place, but the characters never got a chance to participate. Instead, they made their own heat together.

The novella featured a strong female lead who had to learn that independence and love were not mutually exclusive. Sabine knew she had more to accomplish in her professional life before she was ready to start a family, but just because her ex wasn’t willing to wait for her didn’t mean no one would be interested in taking things at her pace.

Xander, on the other hand, had shied away from relationships since his divorce, but he knew a good thing when he saw it. He was determined to grab his second chance with Sabine and hold onto it with both hands.

Overall, this was an enjoyable, sexy little read. There could have been a little more development to Sabine’s feelings for Xander, but the story was believable and fun. I’d recommend it, and I’d be interested to read other stories in this series as well as more by this author.

Rekindling the Flame is currently available for pre-order on Amazon and will be released on July 20, 2015.

Update: Nothing pleases me more than an author who listens to her readers and is willing to take constructive criticism into consideration. After posting the above review based on the ARC of Rekindling the Flame, L.V. Lewis contacted me and thanked me for my opinion, and she also mentioned she was planning to make some revisions to the story based on my comments. I am happy to say I have read the revisions and they have changed my rating of the final product to five stars. Where I once felt Sabine’s feelings for Xander to be lacking, the story now shows a realistic progression and more believable relationship. I’m thrilled to be able to call this a five-star read now, and I look forward to reading more by this author.

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Rach

On the Offensive by Cara Dee

On the Offensive by Cara Dee

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5 out of 5 Stars

*I was provided a copy of On the Offensive by the author. I am not compensated for my honest opinion.*

Ever since Peyton’s hormones kicked in when she was fourteen, she’s been fighting nonstop with her stepbrother Zack. She can’t seem to figure out how to make her attraction to him go away, nor can she allow herself to actually think of him like a brother. She’s successfully avoided him for the last year and a half while she was away at college, but now she’s stuck spending time with him while her family spends the holiday together in Aspen.

Zack appears to have the same hatred for Peyton if his attitude toward her is any indication. But perhaps Zack’s been feeling just as confused as Peyton by their sibling relationship. When Peyton gets all dolled up for New Year’s Eve, the sparks finally turn from hate to lust, and there’s no stopping these two from exploring the true nature of their attraction.

When I read a book, I tend to take notes to remind me of what I want to say in my review. My notes for On the Offensive looked exactly like this: “Hot, hot, hot!” This story practically explodes off the pages and will leave you panting for more. Sure, the stepbrother theme has been done many times, but Cara Dee always finds a fresh, new way to spin her tales. This one starts with the heat going in the opposite direction. I loved how Peyton and Zack annoyed each other and fought like crazy until that switch was flipped and they turned the hate into fireworks of a different kind. This is a short story, but Cara has a way of making each word count and packing quite a punch into the plot.

Another fun tidbit I enjoyed was how Peyton’s mother seemed to be setting up her daughter and stepson by helping Peyton look hot for New Year’s Eve. “Mother always knows” was certainly the case here, and if she was looking for a way to get the stepsiblings to stop fighting, she definitely found it. The ending of the story had me laughing out loud.

On the Offensive is a five-star sexy read, perfect for when you need a little something to light a fire. Cara Dee never lets her readers down when it comes to eroticism. I have loved every story of hers I’ve read, and I always look forward to reading more.

You can find all of my reviews of Cara’s work by selecting Cara Dee from the Author Spotlight tab.

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Rach