Justice Served Hot by Sarah Barimen

Justice Served Hot by Sarah Barimen
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short story (34 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Tansy lives alone, splitting her time between work and her favorite bar, until the night a gorgeous stranger greets her with, “Quick, pretend you’re my lover for a minute!” That kiss will take her to Heaven literally and figuratively — the last place she ever thought she’d go.

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I enjoyed this very short story. I felt the opening scene in particular was very well written and totally captured my imagination. I thought both Tansy and Ray were interesting characters and while I’d have enjoyed a bit more time to get to know them both I understood the author didn’t have a lot of room for that.

I was a little disappointed that Ray initially explained his extraordinary circumstances to Tansy in rather veiled terms. I had to read through that conversation twice before I really got a handle on what I thought was happening – though I was really pleased when it became clearer further into the story. I did feel though that the paranormal aspect to the story was a critical part of the plot – and in how Ray and Tansy got together. I personally would have preferred had that initial conversation been written a little more explicitly and not left me feeling confused by its vagueness.

I loved the heat level between Ray and Tansy. I felt they both were very sexually compatible and the chemistry really sizzled between them to my mind. And Nick, Tansy’s friend was a complete surprise to me and I found him delightful. There’s a whole stack of plot in the second half of the book which I thought was well paced and deeply interesting. The connection between Ray and Tansy stayed strong though and I thought overall the author did a good job for such a short story.

With a very interesting plot and a strong paranormal style of sub-text this was a good read and I’d happily check out more stories set in this world. I’ll definitely be looking for more by this author.

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