Thursday, April 7, 2011

Review: Catcalling Catherine by Cheryl Dragon

Catcalling Catherine
by: Cheryl Dragon
$4.98 ebook
Ellora's Cave
Contemporary Erotica
Released: October 2010

As a lawyer, Catherine can never allow anyone to know of the sexual fantasies she partakes in through a service.  It keeps her name clean, while satisfying her darker desires.  When the construction workers she passes every day catcall her, she can't help but imagine a pair of muscle-clad men, wearing nothing more than a hard hat and a smile. 

After engaging the service and having a great night of sex with two men happy to fulfill her fantasy, she figures that's the end of it.  Itch scratched, time to move on.

But one of the men has met her before, and has secretly lusted after her since they first met.  Even a night of no-holds barred sex can't erase the image of the fiesty and passionate lawyer spread out before him.  He's never been the type to want more than one night from women, but he's thinking for her he can make an exception.

Now all he has to do is convince her that the benefits of mixing her real life and her fantasy life are worth the risk.

This was a quick and dirty story about how one woman's sexual desires backfire on her when her real life and her fantasy one suddenly become intertwined.  Catherine has worked hard to keep the two separate, but when she meets Tony, she finds the lines between the two blurred.  But is she willing to take the risk and go after what she wants, or will her prim and proper attitude cost her a chance at true happiness? 

The sex was hot, the characters were compelling and real, and the story flowed nice and smooth.  All aspects combined make for a great short story.

Carla gives this book a

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