Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Review: A Thin Line by Emma Hillman

A Thin Line by Emma Hillman

Publisher: eXcessica Publishing
Genre: Erotic Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Kate finds herself locked up in her apartment building’s laundry room. It’s the middle of the night and there’s a man with her. Which would be the great start of a horror movie, except this is real and thankfully the man isn’t that bad. Actually, he’s quite nice. Oh, and hot. He’s a neighbor she’s seen a few times, the playboy with the golden looks. And as they find themselves sitting increasingly closer in an effort not to freeze to death, hands bump into parts of her body that haven’t been touched in years.

It could have stopped at that: one night of pleasure, albeit in a weird location. Except it doesn’t. Even though she knows Jace has another girlfriend, she still opens her door to him every night. He is addictive. And sometimes, he’s even nice. But what happens when the drama finally takes its toll and she bars her door to him?

Ronica’s Review

This quick and dirty short story is about a liaison that starts with Kate and Jace locked in a basement laundry room over night. And the relationship progresses, so to speak, from there. Based primarily in the apartment complex where both main characters live, this book is a fast read with naughty sex scenes and a hot-blooded relationship. Add in Jace’s daytime girlfriend and Kate’s need for a public connection, and everything heats up to a big finale.

3 Tea Cups!


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