Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Review: Cinnamon by Cherie Denis

Cinnamon by Cherie Denis

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Cynthia and Tony Crenshaw enjoy adding a little spice to their sex life. An empty Montana train station and a hot summer night hardly seem likely to feature in a sexual fantasy, but it does.

After a visit with her elderly grandmother, Cynthia is taking the train to meet Tony when a rock slide leaves her stranded in the station. She is shocked when her gorgeous husband enters and introduces himself as Rod Hardfelt. A delighted Cynthia quickly falls into Tony's fantasy and
becomes Cinnamon.

After the stationmaster leaves for the night, it isn't long before Rod has Cinnamon nude and begging for satisfaction. They spend the night steaming up the station in pursuit of sexual perfection.
Morning finds Cinnamon alone, but achingly happy. Eventually the train arrives and Tony is waiting in the sleeper car wearing his Stetson and a smile.

Kris' Review

Ms. Denis’ book ‘Cinnamon’ is a cute, witty story about a husband and wife trying to spice up their sex life.
Cynthia and Tony Crenshaw have always had a healthy, playful sex life. They enjoy playing out each other’s fantasies and hate being away from each other. So when Tony has to go on a business trip, Cynthia uses the time to visit her elderly aunt. Tony and Cynthia agree to meet at the railroad station in Glacier Park Station.

Unfortunately, the train gets delayed by a rock slide, before reaching Glacier Park Station, and Cynthia ends up spending the night at the station. As she’s sleeping on the bench in the station, a stranger arrives. He’s got a thick Texas accent, and wears cowboy boots, jeans and a Stetson. Immediately, Cynthia recognizes Tony’s voice even with the accent. But he’s in character introducing himself as Rod Hardfelt, so Cynthia plays along introducing herself as Cinnamon.

Rod has some definite ideas about how he and Cinnamon can spend the hours before the train arrives.
What type of fantasy does Rod have for Cinnamon? You’ll just have to read to find out. ‘Cinnamon’ earns four Tea Cups and a heat rating of 3.

4 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Cherie Denis said...

Thank you Kris for the review.
I can't tell you how excited I am to have received a 4 tea cup rating.
I hope you enjoyed reading Cinnamon as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Thank you
Cherie Denis


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