Sex and Chocolate: Charly’s Chocolate Factory by Celia Kyle and Lizzie Lynn Lee
Publisher: Changeling Press LLC
Length: Short Story (31 pgs)
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Peppermint
Charlene owns Charly's Chocolate Factory where she produces premier sexual favors in all kinds of chocolate flavors. She loves her small chocolate shop and business is booming, if only she had a little somethin' somethin' to share her life with...
Linc manages the Dewitt building for the owners and has been charged with his most distasteful task yet. Get Charly's Chocolate Factory out or just plain get out. And it's not just the chocolate that he loves at the shop, but the chocolate flavored beauty that runs the store as well. The attraction is undeniable. Especially one night when he wanders into the store to find Charlene elbow-deep in chocolate, the sweet flavors blending and coating her luscious skin. He just can't wait to lick it off. Lick it all off.
With a name like Sex and Chocolate this story was bound to be tasty, and I don’t mean the chocolate. The moment Linc walked into Charlene’s shop she knew she wanted to lick him. As the owner of a candy shop she was used to indulging herself occasionally.
I really liked the fact that this was not only an interracial story but also that Charlene was a curvy woman. In the times we live in today, it is important for the characters to feel like real people. The reality is that many relationships nowadays are interracial, and women are curvier more often than not. I am happy these authors went for the realistic woman and not the "perfect" female we read about so often.
Linc went to Charly’s Chocolate shop bearing bad news. Quickly the bad news turned into pleasure for him and for me. These authors know how to write a great sex scene! It was nice, slow and seductive just the way a woman wants her first time with the most attractive man she has ever seen. I was in awe over how well written the scene was. It left me feeling wonderful because Charlene was cherished and appreciated.
This story also had a nice plot. Linc was putting everything in jeopardy when he went with his gut and indulged in Charlene’s sweets. The last thing he wanted to do was to destroy their newly budding relationship. But how does a man keep the woman he wants happy and not upset the boss who is determined to evict her? I felt it was all handled admirably and I really enjoyed how it all worked out.
While this is a quickie, I will be reading Charly's Chocolate Factory again when I need a pick me up.