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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Dream Lover by Sarina Wilde



Dream Lover by Sarina Wilde
Publisher: Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (51 pgs)
Other: M/F, anal sex
Rating: 5 Cherries
Reviewed by Blue Bonnet

Allie Franklin’s on a flight to interview for the job that could skyrocket her career. The last thing she expects is to meet the man of her dreams. Now he’s sitting in the seat next to her and she knows it’s an opportunity she can’t pass up.

Tom Armstrong’s focused on his career as a doctor and the interview at the hospital that will clinch his new job, but he’s more than willing to make Allie’s dreams come true.

Neither one expects more than one night of pleasure. But what if one night is not enough?

Pages are on fire! Turn a page and be assaulted with pure, raw heat that radiates from the world of a dreamer. On a chance encounter, Allie Franklin and Tom Armstrong throw all caution to the wind while exploring their sexual desires. In the friendly skies, and down below, nothing gets in the way of the urge to fulfill their daydreams…but to dream is safe, as long as it remains a dream.

“Life had a way of throwing curve balls when you least expected them.”

Allie and Tom were thrown for a tremendous loop that landed them into each other’s arms. Both beautiful, sexy, and career oriented…two characters who speak in volumes, not by words, but through the use of their other senses: taste and touch. Their lusting is just that; love, and falling in love for these two may not be high on the list.

The story brings in a familiarity of settings of planes, cabs, and bars, giving nuance and flavor. Ms. Wilde has penned a fast paced story that kept me eager to see what came next. Yes, it's short, but packed with enough passion and sexual play to keep me tuned in. Obviously, the plot can be figured out, but it's the interaction between both characters that will keep you glued to the book. I wish that the author could have written a couple more pages...but as they say, all good things must come to an end. Well worth the read.



1 comment:

Sarina Wilde said...

Thank you so much for the great review!