The Letter: Bedtime Stories, Book 1

Adult
Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Songs and poems of childhood, grown up & ready to play! Emily is a barista with secret yearnings for Stuart, the handsome owner of a local book store. A writing exercise called "A Letter to My Love" gets her deepest desires to the page, but she drops it on the way home. Just her luck, Stuart picks it up, and Emily realizes that he has no problem making her wildest fantasies become steamy reality More

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Review by: MJames166 on July 16, 2013 :
What a hot, sexy little story this is!! Emily and Stuart scorched the page! Can hardly wait for the next one!
(review of free book)

Review by: Naoko Smith on June 17, 2012 :
I enjoyed this story and it is hot with lots to keep the reader going. It's surprisingly quick to get into the action for a women's piece of writing although there is good story-line behind it.
Occasionally the writing could have been more precise. In erotica it's important to know exactly what's going down, not to be distracted by thinking: 'What, her hand is where? What did he say?' There is a lot of dialogue.
Did Stuart have to stop on at the bookstore? He says he won't be long but then he seems to have stopped on all afternoon to finish up work. I don't mind either way, I just want it to be clearer - ditto with the customer whose money he is taking, it wasn't absolutely clear to me that he left the shop. Nice poetic touch, the bell ringing and them moving into a clinch however maybe more clarity can be given.
Characterisation is good although there could have been a clearer description of Stuart earlier. Emily is sensitively described as a mixed heritage woman without shoving it in our faces, although with her caramel skin would her buttocks ever look like rosy apples?
Stuart is a bit more complicated. He talks like an African American, saying 'baby' all the time. He says it a lot, maybe it's my personal dislike of it as an infantilising term, although even Emily at one point says I'm a grown up.
I am not sure we had to wait till the end for the letter, although I recognise the narrative tension that creates.
This is a poetic, lyrical and sexy piece of writing.
(review of free book)

Review by: Lady Anissina on June 15, 2012 :
Sexy and to the point! I love that this book has enough character development for you to get drawn in to the story, but gets right into the hot stuff! And it is HOT stuff!
(review of free book)

Review by: Lisa Karsnick on May 18, 2012 :
This bedtime story was smoking HOT!!! I can't wait for more!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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