Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Review: Sex and Solar Flares by Larissa Lyons

Sex and Solar Flares by Larissa Lyons

Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Sci-Fi Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Can a fearless fairy seduce a stuffy scientist?

After crash-landing into the sexiest man on Earth, apprentice fairy Aurora abandons her assigned task in favor of seduction. And during a starlit constellation tour, she takes her own journey—right into Charlie’s pants!

Boarding a cruise ship bound for Hawaii, astronomer Charles Morgan is entranced by the whimsical beauty who propositions him in the most amazing way. Would he like to have sex with her? Does the sun shine and the galaxy spin?

A night full of lust and stars, dusted with a hint of magic, just might bring these two unlikely lovers together for their own big bang!

Denise's Review

This was a delightfully refreshing story depicting an upfront takes-what-she-wants fairy and a scientist after they crash into each other.

Aurora has one mission, but finds herself dissuaded when it reveals to be more difficult than she anticipated. She also finds herself slightly amiss in her interactions with humans, but being a beautiful fairy has its advantages.

I really loved Aurora. She was quirky and direct, and bubbled with almost childlike innocence before being wanton. Charlie was the perfect counterpart to her frankness. This novella was fun, sexy, well written. Anyone in the market for a quick, hot read won’t be disappointed.

4 Tea Cups!

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