Naughty by Sam Crescent


Naughty by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (114 Pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

Being naughty never felt so good…

Autumn Fowler has always been a good girl. A good daughter, a good sister, someone everyone could rely and depend on. When her car breaks down, it seems a horrible twist of fate that it’s outside of Carter Blue’s mechanic shop. Carter was the only guy she had ever fantasized about—and he was off-limits. He had once dated Autumn’s sister, Summer.

Carter remembers little Autumn. He has always wanted her, but for all of his bad boy image, he doesn’t cheat. Now he’s single, and Carter doesn’t just want to fix her car, he wants to fix her. He can’t deny his need, and his cock knows what it wants. One time between her thighs is never going to be enough, so he offers her a deal: they can be at each other’s beck and call.

She shouldn’t agree. It’s wrong. But she can’t say no and compromises on keeping “them” a secret.

Secrets never stay secrets, so what will happen when Summer finds out the truth? Will Autumn fight for Carter? Or will her fears drive away the only man she’s ever loved?

Naughty by Sam Crescent is a happy ever after romance. This stand alone story had the perfect blend of sexy and sweet to hold my interest beginning to end.

I loved Carter and Autumn. They were destined to be together despite the complications, secrets and self doubt. I liked Autumn’s independence and heart. I did not like that she kept giving in to her sister but it didn’t completely annoy me. The selfish sister was an altogether different story, though. I absolutely loved that Carter was so assertive and sincere with Autumn. He showed tremendous patience even though he immediately wanted to claim and protect her.

As usual, there was plenty of dirty hot sex and lots of angst thrown in to entertain the reader. One mention of note is that I wasn’t comfortable with the way the chapters continued to move ahead by the so many months later method. It was a bit jarring, but as a whole, the story had a good flow anyway and was easy to read in one sitting.

In general, I don’t like to read stand alone books, but this one was worth it to me because Sam Crescent is a favored author. I am always satisfied with her books and this one was no different. I really enjoyed reading this book !

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