Melt by J Lea Lopez

Melt by J Lea Lopez
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (13 pgs)
Other: M/F, Food play (Ice and Popsicles)
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

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Short, satisfying and hot.

I picked this book by chance and I’m glad. The story is quick but it’s just right for a half-hour beach read. Really.

I wanted something that would be hot and not take much time. This book hit the mark. I didn’t know much about Erik or Naomi, but I didn’t have to. The love between these two people shined right through and I wanted to see what they’d do on a lazy morning at the beach. I wasn’t let down. It’s hot and I won’t look at a popsicle the same way again.

If you’re looking for something short but satisfying, then this might be the short story for you.

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