Friday, May 12, 2017


She's never had an O. I'm going to make up for that.

When Eloise walks into my tattoo parlor, she thinks she knows what she’s after - a piercing to help take her where no man can.

But I don’t want to help her the way she thinks.

I had a crush on her all the way through grade school.

The last time I saw her was seventh grade, when my life was falling apart.

Now she has the same cute pony tail as always but the rest of her grown up body makes me hard just looking at it.

I’ll give her a piercing alright, and it will be the deepest one of her life.

Never had an O, welcome to Oh My God!


So, this was fun.

And, it is exactly what you are expecting, but in a good way.  I enjoy erotic romance, and this one definitely delivers.  The fun, at least in my opinion, of a good erotic romance is that the sex, and the situations, are both hot and vaguely dirty.

Nailed it.

The idea that their first meeting is when Eloise makes an appointment in Gabe's tattoo shop to have her clit pierced.  She wants to have orgasms and better sex.  Well, she gets her wish...albeit in a slightly different way than she was anticipating.

But, that is the fun of the erotic romance, the meet-cute being a little more sexual than the regular romance.  And, this is more toward the romantic side of erotic.  I am not even sure the author would call this title "erotic" but rather a 5 in heat level.  Either way, it is hot.

I liked Gabe and Eloise.  I am not how I felt about the secret that he had, or really the thing he didn't tell her about why he wasn't interested in spending time with her family.  I think the issue I had was mainly in the pacing of it, as I thought the resolution came awfully quickly.  Yes, there was some new info that he received that could have resulted in him changing his opinion on the situation, but it was too fast for me to totally be able to buy it.  I think, and I seem to be saying this a lot lately, that the reveal happened too late in the story for me to fully be able to believe the HEA ending.  Will they get there?  Yes.  Is it going to be right away?  No, I think there is more work that needs to be done.

That said, the epilogue and the ending of the book are a year in the future, so it works overall, I think I would have liked to see more of them dealing with it together than we got.  If that makes sense.

But, overall, I did enjoy this book and I do recommend it.

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