by Sasha White, contemporary (2010)
Samhain Publishing, $2.50, ISBN 978-1-60504-976-2
Angie Wilson is a CPA who enjoys her job and when she goes home, she enjoys the sensual and amorous attentions of her boyfriend Rick Craig. He's gorgeous, treats her well, and is man enough to satisfy her every sexual craving. When the story opens, Ange comes home, starts removing her clothes (you know, the weather is so hot and office clothes can be so confining), and realizes too late that Craig has a guest with him - Mark Hoffman, his best friend. As the evening progresses, they laugh, they exchange glances, their conversations become increasingly laden with innuendos, and... well, you know the rest.
Sasha White's One Weekend is, like her previous works, a piece of romantic erotica. My problem here is that this story is too short. After all that build up of sexual tension, I get a rushed boinking session (where everyone has a go at everyone else) before the happy ending comes a-calling. It's like reading a story where somehow the hot stuff has morphed into a pamphlet about premature climaxes.
My advice is that everyone who likes the author's brand of saucy stories should stick to her longer works.
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