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Friday, April 22, 2011

Blackout by Wynter Daniels

Blackout by Wynter Daniels
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (35 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Reviewed by Carnation

Kendra learns that her boyfriend thinks she’s a cold fish. To make matters worse, he’s made plans to go away with one of her coworkers for a long weekend. When a blackout strands her in an elevator with sexy Latin maintenance man Jorge, she sets out to prove she’s more hot dish than cold fish.

OK...This is HOT! If you are in the mood for a scorching-hot female fantasy romance, this quickie is one not to miss. This short story is just magnetic, and won't let you go long after the last page!

Socially shy and reserved, Kendra was just cheated on by her boyfriend who is now telling everyone that she's a cold fish. Almost convinced of that charge herself, Kendra decides to set out to prove him wrong. But before she gets a chance, fate intervenes.

Awakened by lightning after falling asleep in the high-rise where she works, Kendra finds herself stranded on a top floor in one of the elevators with the sexy maintenance man. The storm has blown out the electricity. But it turns out that the electricity between the two ignites a raging hot sex-storm of their own. The very believable erotic descriptions and visualizations in this story are so well done that I found myself drawn into the situation completely. Not only is this a scorching hot tale, but a satisfying romantic journey in miniature.

I found this to be a very engaging, irresistible story of a blazing hot feminine sexual emergence, that left me feeling pleased and victorious for the likable young heroine. Slight errors in editing judgment were the only reason I gave it four cherries instead of five. The author packed a lot of story in this short little read. Wynter Daniels is now on my auto-buy list!

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