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Friday, December 11, 2009

What You See by CJ Black

What You See by CJ Black
Publisher: Noble Romance
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (20 pgs)
Other: M/M
Rating: 4 Cherries
Reviewed by Cherokee Rose

When the older man starts frequenting the restaurant where Adam works, he doesn’t know what to think. Kent is everything that defines success and wealth. What could he possibly want with a college kid like Adam?

Kent is going through a bad divorce, but he knows what he wants and who he wants. He makes his move, but following a brief yet intense lovemaking session, Adam’s insecurities make him walk away.

Kent, refusing to let Adam go, decides to find a way to make the younger man see his worth and their need to be together.

In need of a short and hot story to get you through the afternoon? Then What You See just might what you are looking for.

Adam, a young college student/waiter biding time until he can open his own restaurant. Kent, the older, well-known, divorced businessman, frequents the same restaurant Adam works in. Kent often comes to the restaurant to wind down due to all of the recent turmoil in his life.

What neither of them realizes is that they are both attracted to each other until Adam makes the first move. Because the story is short we don’t really get to know Adam or Kent very well but what we do find out is that the two men are hot for each other.

This was a steamy story. When Kent and Adam came together it is explosive. The scenes are descriptive and didn’t leave anything to the imagination. Neither of these men are aware of how well-suited they are for each other but it immediately became clear to me as a reader how much Kent and Adam seem to need each to have the perfect balance in their life.

I would recommend What You See as a quick titillating read. But be warned you might need a glass of ice water and a towel afterwards.


Rie McGaha said...

Awesome review for an awesome writer!

Rie McGaha...fantasy that keeps you up

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful review! I'm glad you enjoyed What You See!