A Little Bit Reckless by Suzanne Rock
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Length: Short Story (87 pgs)
Other: M/F, Anal Play, Exhibitionism
Rating: 3.5 stars
Review by: Mistletoe
Eden arrives at her high school reunion in Larona Falls, NH, never suspecting she’ll hook up with her old flame, the sexy and wild Vincent. She acts as if she has everything all figured out, but as they relive all of their kinky sexcapades, Eden realizes her life is far from perfect. She wants another chance with the bad boy of her youth, but will Vincent be willing after he learns her secrets?
Ten years ago, Vin was dumped by the love of his life because he was too reckless. Now that he’s respectable, he wants Eden back. She might think he’s a one-night stand, but Vin has something more permanent in mind. Love always comes at a price, however. Will Eden want the straitlaced businessman as much as the troubled boy she dated over a decade ago
A small town girl leaves for the big city, leaving behind her man and her past. But she finds that what she was looking for was in that same small town all along. Eden has always tried to please her parents and in doing so she left Vin and her hometown for what she thought she wanted; a so-called better life. Yet after living in New York for years, Eden finds herself longing for the past and one man in particular. When Eden returns for a reunion she doesn’t know what to expect. Will Vin even be there? Will he welcome her home with open arms or has she lost him forever?
There was so much emotion in this book. I enjoyed meeting both Vin and Eden. Vin may come from the wrong side of town but he's a good man and has done well for himself. Eden is more than what you see. She has finally started to realize just what it is she wants. I enjoyed seeing Eden finally start to grow up and come into her own.
The only thing that bothered me with this story was the characters constant berating of themselves. All the "woe is me" started to get to this reader and the constant fretting about not being good enough became a little much. I enjoyed the storyline but wished that there was more to the story than Eden and Vin complaining. The love these two have for each other is great and when they finally realize it, the sparks fly. While this book may not have been my favorite, I still enjoyed it and I am a huge fan of this author so will continue to look for more from her.