Nine for a Kiss by Emily Moreton


Nine for a Kiss by Emily Moreton
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (17 pgs)
Other: M/M
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Why are the best ones always taken or straight? Rob hasn’t had decent sex in months, as his lesbian business partner never fails to remind him. Now there’s a hot guy in their office, but he’s there to plan his ninth wedding anniversary party. At least, Rob’s pretty sure he is…

Rob went into a party planning business with his friend. When Rob meets with a client wanting to have a party to celebrate their nine year anniversary a series of mix ups has him meeting Evan, instead of the Sinclairs. Their mutual attraction is instant and strong. Meeting up later for drinks, one thing leads to another, and a hot, sensual encounter is more than either of them can resist. There is a smoking hot oral sex scene set outside/in semi-public that totally raised my pulse rate. This wonderful piece is sure to give more than a few readers some naughty, exciting ideas.

A fast, hard and sexy romp this is the perfect short story when you need something quick and delicious. Delightfully explicit this has plenty of sexual chemistry and build up and culminates in an awesome, sexy scene. I would have enjoyed a little more depth in the characterization with both Rob and Evan. Their meeting and attraction is given a lot of time, but not themselves as characters. I understand how difficult that can be for such a short story, but it would have let me appreciate their connection even more. Overall, the story was very satisfying and had a wonderful, detailed sex scene. Both Rob and Evan are hunks and so desperately attracted to each other I’m surprised the words didn’t catch fire. A short, fantastic read this will leave you in need of a cool glass of water afterwards.

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