The Moment by Pelaam

The Moment by Pelaam
A Little Bit Cupid #3
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (65 pages)
Other: M/M, Masturbation, Anal Play
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Paperwhite

When Jason takes the chance on a blind date, it’s then that his eyes are finally opened.

Wealthy winery owner Jason is happy to claim that he’s too busy to have a love life or a romance. He has all he needs with his personal secretary taking care of his business life and an old friend looking after the yacht where they live.

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His date appears dressed as Princess Buttercup, and Jason is surprised at just how comfortable he is with the unknown person.

But when Buttercup is abused by another party attendee, Jason follows his distraught guest and his eyes are fully opened.

When ‘the moment’ comes, will Jason grab it with both hands?

Quite the cute book.

It’s a little too cutesy for my preferences, but it’s still a good read.

I like that Jason knows Buttercup is for him, as soon as he sees her. I liked that Jason *KNOWS* Buttercup, but it takes him a little time to put the clues together. I liked that the whole book takes place over, maybe, a week, and the party and its aftermath is the majority of the book. That said, this story was told only from Jason’s point of view. I really REALLY wanted to hear from Kris! How he felt about Jason before the party, how he pulled it all off, and how he felt now he had his man. For me, it would’ve helped, but it might not bother other readers.

So, a cute, short read. 3 good solid stars.

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