Summer is over, but just because the temperature is dropping, doesn't mean we have to stop reading scorching hot books! Frisky Fall Saturdays is a new weekly post created by
The Autumn Review, The Bookish Babe, Hackaroo's Reviews, and Sim-Sational-Books.
Feel free to join in. (let us know so we can add a link to your post) As those leaves start piling up in the yard, ignore them and pick up a sexy book!
**The books featured on FRISKY FALL SATURDAYS are for adults. If you are under 18 years of age, or do not like smexy books, please stop here. **
Hearts in Darkness
by Laura Kaye
ebook, 232 pages
Published April 21st 2011 by The Wild Rose Press
Elevator sex in the dark w/a stranger? Yes, please! O.K. maybe not, but a girl can always fantasize? That's exactly what I got out of this book, a fantasy, while it wasn't mind blowing it was good.
Makenna and Caden, are both trapped in an malfunctioning elevator, in the pitch dark. Caden has a slight phobia to being trapped like this, but his resolve fades when Makenna converses with Caden, and it seems to have a calming affect on him. They have a comfortable conversation with one another as being in the dark, seems to drop their insecurities and they basically only have each other to comfort.
After sharing most of their past, together, things seem to shift as the heat rises in more ways than one. Maybe it's the heat that gets to them or the idea of them letting their fears go, but they seem to cling to each other, and passion ignites, but before things go all the way the elevator starts to whirl and lights are turned back on, as normalcy seems to return, and both are left unsatisfied and wondering if their feelings will still exists now that they are off the elevator....
This story was pretty good, it was a quick read, and the sex was good. Although, I had a hard time really connecting to these characters. I'm not exactly sure why, maybe because the plot seemed a little to quick, or maybe because I had a hard time imaging just meeting someone and not even knowing what he looked like and being able to jump into ripping each other's clothes off. I mean maybe if he was someone I knew, or someone famous then the inner slut could emerge... ;) But, seriously to me if felt a little like watching porn-->which I rarely do by the way...
“I love...that elevator,” she said.
With a sleepy smile and a full heart, he turned his head and kissed into her soft hair. “Aw, Red. I love that elevator, too.”
Of course, while I read this book I couldn't stop singing the bad boys of the group Aerosmith's Love in an Elevator. Of course I am sharing the vid. with you enjoy Steven and the rest of the boys gettin' dirty