Lost Weekend: An Erotic Romance in Wales

Adult
Rated 4.22/5 based on 9 reviews
When Micah accidentally kills a drug dealer, and Bryony is the only witness, Micah decides to keep an eye on her while he makes plans to leave the country. However, when Micah and Bryony start talking, things don't work out quite as either of them expect.

Lost Weekend is a love story with a hint of murder and a heroine who decides she likes it best when she's on top. More

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About Storm Chase

Delicious novels with fully depicted love scenes that straddle the categories of Romance and Erotica.

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Review by: Cathy Geha on May 20, 2014 :
Thinking that this might just be another adult romance with some steamy scenes I was pleasantly surprised to encounter two very interesting and complex characters with backgrounds that made them real and made their encounter and relationship believable. I would like to have Micah and Byrony as friends living down the road from me and wish them all the best as they continue in their relationship. It was a quick fun read and one I would recommend to anyone looking for a steamy escape.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: melissa pollard on May 15, 2014 :
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.

This was a short read, perfect size for a bedtime read or just a relaxing evening. I love the writers style and her imagination. The story holds your attention and you want the story to continue. Look forward to more by this author
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Cathy Geha on Feb. 22, 2014 :
Thinking that this might just be another adult romance with some steamy scenes I was pleasantly surprised to encounter two very interesting and complex characters with backgrounds that made them real and made their encounter and relationship believable. I would like to have Micah and Byrony as friends living down the road from me and wish them all the best as they continue in their relationship. It was a quick fun read and one I would recommend to anyone looking for a steamy escape.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: SaraAnn on Jan. 29, 2014 :
This was such a quick read, I felt it was over almost before it began. The two main characters both had complex backgrounds, but bared their souls and everything else in a short space of time.

This combined with the murder and intrigue, meant it was an action-packed story that I enjoyed, I just wanted more of it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Sarah Moore on Jan. 05, 2014 :
The story begins when Micah kills a man. During his hasty retreat, he runs into Bryony and takes her with him to cover his tracks. The two spend a weekend at Micah's cottage where they discover compatriot souls in one another woke dealing with the impending fallout from Micah's actions.

There were some great moments in the story, but it felt slightly disjointed at times. I liked Micah's steady but playful personality and the fact that Bryony is just beginning to find herself. Her life thus far has been driven by circumstances beyond her control. The two bonded quickly, and I get that, but the touchy feely, lovey covey stuff was a bit much. The end really threw me. Several characters were introduced unnecessarily, we were reminded several times of Micah's martial arts prowess, and the contrived turn of events that wrapped up the story felt awkward.

In summation, the first 2/3 were good and reeled me I but the ending wasn't my cuppa. Paring down the incredible amount of information that was introduced in the end could have yielded a similar but much more powerful conclusion.

Final notes: 1) I won a copy of this story from the author. 2) I did find myself looking up some of the colloquialisms as I read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: philomena callan on Dec. 15, 2013 :
what a lovely surprise this was. Ive not read anything by this author before so I wasnt sure what to expect. What i got was a book with a murder, hot sex and romance.
I sat and read this in one sitting. Thoroughly enjoyed this and look forward to reading more from this brilliant author.
received in return for an honest review.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Claire Cresswell on Aug. 25, 2013 :
Excellent story .... Thought micah was going to turn out mr nasty but underneath it all he is a caring intelligent lovely man rescuing a damsel in distress ... Life gave bryony a rough deal and Micah rescued her from a bad life choice feeling she had nothing left ... What a wonderful erotic love story with lots of twists and turns that I didn't see coming .... Couldn't put the book down .... Thank you to storm for the opportunity to read and review the book
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Jayne Lockwood on July 05, 2013 :
Ah, Micah and Bryony, such a sweet couple. He's an accountant who has just murdered a man and Bryony has walked in on him, causing him to whisk her away to rainy Wales to hide from a drugs kingpin. And Oh! She didn't even have time to get dressed! In the meantime, Mr. Nasty is after both of them but will he track them down?

This is a great story from Ms. Chase. Funny, contemporary, with sharp dialogue and great sex. The scenes between the two main leads are tender and erotic, and apart from the beginning, when Bryony makes her appearance wearing a basque and stockings and not much else, totally unpredictable. I wish all accountants were as hot as Micah. This is a hot little story that packs a big punch. If you want to try erotica, but are slightly intimidated by the choice, this is a great starting place.

There are several in the series, detailing erotic weekends in various far-flung places. I chose Wales because erotic and Wales in the same sentence seemed unusual... I bought my copy from Smashwords, as there is a promotion on during July 2013.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Alice Huang on April 09, 2013 :
Good fun sexy romp with warm hero - an accountant, really? and a heroine who needs a bit of rescuing.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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