Blind Date by Selena Kitt

Blind Date by Selena Kitt
Publisher: Phaze Books
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short (91 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by: Tiger Lily

In this modern day adaptation of the Greek myth of Eros and Psyche, Annie takes on each of Psyche’s tasks in her quest for her lost love. Each task brings her closer to him and to realizations about herself. Will Annie find Eric and reveal to him the secret she’s been keeping, even from her sisters?

Good looks fade with age, but true beauty lies within. Annie Thanos just needs to learn that lesson and fast, before the charming Eric Desiree slips through her fingers.

I enjoyed Ms. Kitt’s novel. The plot was full of twists and turns, keeping my attention until the fantastic ending. I liked her attention to detail and translating what could be boring tidbits into an engaging subtext for the story.

I could easily relate to Annie’s struggle to find herself beyond the labels employed by society and her sisters. We all want to be judged as beautiful and not only because of our looks. The sex scenes were red-hot and full of scorching passion. Women want that man who’ll sweep us off our feet with nothing more than a touch and Ms. Kitt’s character Eric delivers the goods. Annie demands respect as she struggles to find herself and deal with the many surprises in store throughout the novel.

If you want a mystery man and a hot romp in the dark, then look no further than Blind Date. I give this book 4 cherries! Great work.

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