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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The Cajun by Dominique Adair

The Cajun by Dominique Adair
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (78 pgs)
Other: M/F, Spanking, BDSM
Rating: 3 cherries
Reviewed by Cherry Blossom

During a storm in the marshes of Southern Louisiana, Rachel Thierry finds herself seeking shelter in an old cabin, never dreaming a childhood friend now resides there.

Etienne Broussard’s trip into New Orleans was curtailed and he returns home to find Rachel sound asleep in front of the fireplace. All softness and curves, and with a sexual hunger as deep as his own, Rachel is everything he ever wanted in a woman.

Outside the storm rages as Rachel and Etienne push the boundaries of friendship and their passions erupt into a fiery inferno that will forever change their lives.

A storm rages over the bayou and waters rise, cutting off access to a lonely cabin. But neither Rachel Thierry nor Etienne Broussard complain about their enforced isolation, or the inescapable intimacy.

Dominique Adair turns a classic story of childhood friends rediscovering each other and redefining their relationship into a delightfully entertaining erotic encounter.

Two strong characters who know what they want, can reassure each other about the inevitable changes that adulthood brings, and yet explore the exciting novelty of a budding romance, create an atmosphere as charged as the lightning-laden weather outside the cabin.

Even though the text itself could have benefited from a more rigorous editing (the sentence structure needed more work both in its occasional monotony and in the mistakes the editing process let slip through), The Cajun is an interesting, very hot quick read. I suggest snuggling by a fire with a nice drink or--even more perfect, with your lover--to savor it better.

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