Location Location Location by Emma Hillman
Publisher: eXcessica Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Rubenesque, Humor
Length: Short Story (99 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Mistletoe
Mia Adams keeps bumping into her fantasy. Literally. From crashing her car into his to ramming his shopping cart at their local supermarket, each encounter brings her closer to the man she’s always dreamed of: Kevin McIntyre, a former pro football player with an attitude and a propensity for swearing.
He seems perpetually angry but she has to admit the look suits him. She’s pretty sure experience makes perfect too because the man has some serious skills. Let’s just say she’s been screaming his name a lot lately. Although, sometimes, it’s to shout at his disappearing back. She shouldn’t care, however, that he doesn’t seem to remember her name or that he keeps leaving as soon as he gets what he wants. They’re just having some fun after all.
Then why is he inviting her to his house? Did he change the rules and forget to tell her about it? The sex must have gone to his head, there is just no other explanation.
Kevin McIntyre is a former pro football player with many fans, including Mia Adams. When the two meet the fun begins. Many adventures await Kevin and Mia.
This story was a very entertaining read. It was funny to see Mia continually bumping into Kevin in the literal sense. From their first meeting on the road to the supermarket and movie theater the two keep bumping into each other and having sex. It seems that Kevin cannot get enough of Mia. Even though she continues to make him angry and crazy at the same time he cannot seem to stop his feelings for her. Being one of Kevin's biggest fans Kevin is Mia's fantasy come true and she has many plans for him.
Mia is a great character. She is a woman full of spunk. It is hilarious to see her take control and continue to make Kevin angry and hot and bothered all at the same time, and on purpose. She cannot get over how hot he looks when he is angry and keeps him riled up every chance she gets. She is a hoot. In turn Kevin is a great guy who thinks he is always in control but looses it whenever Mia is around. He tries to deny his feelings for her but he always seems to fail. The building of their relationship is cute and the reader is glued to the pages wanting to see just what they will do next and where it will go.
Emma Hillman has written a great read with a good flow and lots of humor. I especially enjoyed the scene in the supermarket it was just too funny. This was a quick read with a good flow and great characters. Emma Hillman has done a good job of endearing both Mia and Kevin to the reader and has you cheering them on and encouraging Mia yourself. I found myself laughing out loud at some of her thoughts and actions. It was great to see Kevin trying to sort through his feelings to show them to Mia.
This book is not to be missed. I definitely would love to look for more stories from this author. If you enjoy spunky heroines getting the best of the Alpha males this is the book for you.