I was just floored by this short story. This little tidbit did everything it was meant to do. It wet my appetite, and left me screaming for more.
Normally, I don’t like shorts, because I always feel like there is more to the story that I have not been told. To an extent, this is no exception to that. However, this was so superbly written that I was left feeling satisfied with the ending, and not wanting to chuck my E-reader at the wall.
This is a very simple story about a single mother being attracted to her kid’s much younger swim coach, and what happens when he returns her attention.
While this is a very sweet story. (Not even any kissing) I found myself submersed in the heat between these two characters, and feeling every sensory perception relayed by the author.
My only fault is how short it is (I read it in two nights, but I could have gobbled it in one sitting if I wanted to) I would love to read more about this new couple, and if there is a part two, I am reaching for it.
In general, I like fantasy or chase novels, and romance bores me. This story, though, just blew my socks off without any TNT. For the first time in a long time, I am looking up an author to see what else she’s written.
I can’t find any reason in this book not to give it five stars. This is sweet romance at its utter and complete best.
- Writer and Words: Romance or Relationship (triciamfoster.wordpress.com)