There really was no story here at all, to even call it a short story. It was a very quick sex act in a bar that left a lot to be desired.
There are also some grammatical errors right off on page one. If this was in paperback format the whole thing would be only a page and a half, two pages max.
This is the story of a business man named Austin who meets Karen at the bar, and things move very fast towards them hooking up and leaving the bar in Austin’s Limo. Things get very hot, very quick on the way to the Party at Austin’s friends house. Karen was prepared for a dirty night out on the town, and has a few surprises of her own.
I would have enjoyed a little more story, as things moved forward so quickly and then ended very abruptly. Some of the spelling and Grammatical errors ruined the story for me as I would lose the flow while reading.
I really enjoyed this short story! I loved the fact that there was a back story along with the hot steamy sex; sometimes this can be lost in erotic novels. I also loved the fact of how realistic the story was. I have to agree 100% with Amber Dawn’s review; this short story has the potential for a full length erotic novel. Well Done!
This was very well written and thought out. I did not realize while reading this book that it was a prequel to “Abduction” as the book stands on its own so well. It does make me kind of eager to read Abduction though just to find out what the hell is going through Conrad’s head. He is one of the most bizarre people, and even though he never harms Elsie or forces her to do anything, she does it all of her own free will. He reminds me a little of Christian Bales character in American Psycho, with his stunningly good looks and charming ways, yet he has this twisted darker side to him.
Great Story! I am left wondering a bit about Elsie though and how she comes out of all this mentally.