A Nix Short Review – Hot Text by Cari Quinn (5 Stars)

Posted December 16, 2011 by Nix in Uncategorized / 0 Comments

Jeff really hates his sister new loser boyfriend. For a start the man is a jerk but his opinion isn’t improved by the fact the man is still married. When he sees that said loser has left his phone at his baby sister’s house, he takes the chance to text the man’s wife to try to convince her to get him to keep his hands to himself.  Upon meeting her, he finds himself in an interesting dilemma. Does he get the creep away from his precious sister? Or does he give into the temptation to try to get the lovely Karyn for himself? After realising that his sister is big enough to make her own mistakes, he sexts Karyn (Sex Text) and hopes that she felt the same sparks he did. When she responds in kind, they embark on a sex fuelled night that changes everything.

Cari Quinn creates very sexy novellas and this one was no exception.  I understand that some people may find Karyn’s marital status objectionable in a romance, but I had no qualms about it. As far as I was concerned, she was separated and he was sleeping with another woman. This gave Karyn a clear path to do whatever the hell she wanted in my eyes. Lonny (the ex) had made her feel like she wasn’t worth anything and that she wasn’t good in the whole bedroom department. I loved the fact that she responded to the sexy text, that she took that risk. Once she experienced sex with a skilled lover, she realised that it was Lonny who was the flop in the bedroom. Jeff was attentive, skilled and seemed to enjoy the fact that he was with her; he made her feel like a sexy woman. Jeff had a slightly rougher edge which always appeals to me .  He wanted her, so he pursued her. He was quite sexually aggressive (yum!) and showed her what sex should really be like. It was sexy and, quite frankly, so erotically charged it made me a little clammy J  

Overall, this was a sexy little number that kept me clicking the pages till the end. The raunchy sex kept me entertained and the epilogue at the end gave me some warm and fuzzies to balance it all out. A recommended read.

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