Series: Perspectives #1
Genres: Erotica, Fiction, Romance
Published by Createspace Independent Pub on March 10th 2014
Reviewed by: GinnyPurchase Links: Amazon ✦ Barnes & Noble
Book Links: Goodreads
Extreme Close-Up contains sexually-explicit scenes, adult language, and is recommended for readers over 18. Approx. 40,000 words; standalone novel
He’s hot, young, and way off-limits... But he might be just what she needs to get over the past and on with her life.
Lisa Taylor’s life stalled after her divorce three years ago, and she never got it started up again. Now her shit-paying catalogue photography job is boring her to death, she can’t bear to look in the mirror, and she hasn’t had a man since her asshole ex left.
When a gorgeous younger man reappears in her life, he promises to be the solution to all those problems. Tempting as he is -- and god almighty, he is! -- taking what he offers could destroy what little she has left.
Well hot damn! If you’re an older woman and you want to fantasize about a younger man without feeling like a cougar, this is the book for you! Sexy, personal, and will make you want a younger, hot man to do your yard work right away! Also, for me, I love photography and this made me immediately want to grab a hot young man and start photographing him naked!
When Lisa wakes up to find Brady mowing her lawn (not that she knows it’s him at first), she becomes irritated, thinking that her ex-husband had set something up. Then when it’s revealed who he is, the dirty thoughts she’d been entertaining went south… and yet, Brady, for all his young years, knows exactly how to talk to a woman and make her feel wanted and lusted after… And he’s definitely a boob man. I won’t go into detail (buy the book and read it yourself) but one scene between the two with Brady wanting to see her breasts, admitting that he’s been lusting after them since he was a young teenager… just.. -fans herself- my goodness!
It’s a short book, only 134 pages, but holy jeesum crow, it’s a good one. There’s also a second in the series entitled “Over-Exposed” — also sexy.
Do yourself a favor, grab the books, and float away on a sea of sexy time, and feel sexy yourself, vicariously through the eyes of the heroines.