Although this novella is classified as erotic romance, it spends nearly as much time on food, bringing in the senses of taste and smell. There’s even a hint of intrigue; it’s part of a series, and the hook should serve to make people curious enough to check out a few more of the offerings. The characters are multi-faceted and unique, and so are the scenes. One of the issues I’ve often had with erotic romance is that in many cases you could snip the sex scenes out of one and drop them directly into another and you wouldn’t know the difference. ‘Eat Mi’ manages to avoid that pitfall, although occasional odd wording can be distracting. The settings are well enough described to provide a visual background, the flow is logical and the speed is good. All-around well done with very few typos or other issues. Interestingly, the series appears to spread out in all directions, exploring different characters in shorts such as this one and in longer works, a kind of spiderweb of relationships.
(reviewed the day of purchase)