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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Masked Encounter

Masked Encounter by Samantha Gentry
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: Short
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 Cherries
Review by Hibiscus

When fantasy becomes too hot to handle, what's a girl to do? Trish Andrews wants one fantastic night of hot sex with her boss, Jonathon Rutledge, without risking her pride, her identity, and ultimately, his rejection. When an invitation to a masquerade lands on Jonathon's desk, crashing the party in a killer red dress seems like the perfect opportunity to turn fantasy into reality.

“Masked Encounters” plays upon many of our secret fantasies. Who of us at one time or another in our lives haven't imagined having sex with our good-looking boss? Unlike us, Trish doesn't lack the nerve to something about it. What about the fantasy of sex with a "stranger?" Again, Trish has this angle covered when she hatched her scheme. Though she's a bit nervous, that doesn't stop her from implementing her plan to get her boss into bed.

As Jonathan begins to develop feelings for his mystery lover, I began feel sorry for him and I, for one was glad he began to look in his own backyard so to speak. The story offers a cute take on Cinderella throughout, as well. For everyone who likes good, incredibly hot sex, a sweet story and happy endings, “Masked Encounters” is a feel good read for any afternoon.

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