Taken By A Mountain Man by Marin Black

Taken By A Mountain Man by Marin Black
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (51 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

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Amee climbed the highest peak of the Appalachian Mountains, both to prove she could, but also to try for some much needed alone-time. She needed to remind herself she was independent, self sufficient; that the hurt and pain she left behind wasn’t going to define her. She hadn’t expected the hard punch of attraction to hit her all the way up the top of the mountain, but Pierce knocked her off her feet nevertheless. Will this be a passing fling, or something more stable?

I enjoyed this quick read. The author did an amazing job setting the scene and certainly whet my appetite to google some pictures of the Appalachians. I find in this day and age the temptation to throw technology out the window and enjoy a simpler life and be less connected twenty-four seven is a real thing. Following Amee as she did exactly this was a delight and something I could really empathise with. Readers looking for a slow build up in the chemistry and intimacy between Amee and Pierce won’t find that here. They each are extremely attracted to the other and not afraid to reach out for what they want. While I, personally, would have preferred a little more time to get to know each of the characters I felt their chemistry and connection was written strongly and believably enough to compensate for their near insta-lust.

The sex was hot and explicitly written – readers looking for a sensual and steamy read should find this definitely fits the bill. I was pleased though that after their initial intimacy things didn’t get weird or stilted between them. I enjoyed this fact this had a Happy For Now ending and that both Pierce and Amee clearly found what they were each looking for, for right now.

Relatable and sexy, this short story is a great, quick read. Disconnect your brain, grab a large, cold drink and enjoy the steamy sensuality between Amee and Pierce as they each trust and reach out to grab what they both want. A fun and sexy read.

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