Hot Spell

Author: Lisabet Sarai

Publisher: Total E-Bound

Release Date: November 2011

Blue Ribbon Rating: 4

Format: EBOOK

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Sylvie despises city life.  It’s a necessary evil of her career but otherwise it’s positively stifling.  She’s much more comfortable surrounded by nature and with a long weekend coming up she seizes the opportunity to escape to the mountains.  Only she’s not the only one taking advantage of the freedom that can be found only in nature.  The man who’s haunted her erotic fantasies actually exists and when she spies him pleasuring himself in the creek near her campsite she finds it impossible not to do the same.  What’s odd about the whole experience is before she’s had a chance to recover he disappears without any trace of him ever being there in the first place. 

While Sylvie’s disappointed by the mystery man’s disappearance she isn’t about to let it take away from her enjoyment of communing with nature.  While sunbathing naked she encounters her mystery man once again and what transpires only fuels her erotic needs – and his refusal to fully satisfy her is frustrating.  It’s obvious he desires her so why won’t he give them what they both desire?


Aidan has valid reason for not going ‘all the way’ with Sylvie.  Sex with him gives a whole new meaning to the term ‘burning up with desire.’ Not that she’s very appreciative of his restraint, but then she isn’t aware of his little dilemma either.  Sylvie’s as determined to seduce Aidan as he is to resist her.  Will there truly be detrimental consequences if Aidan gives in to their mutual desires or will her nature balance out his?


HOT SPELL is a fascinating quick paced erotic read.  Sylvie and Aidan’s obvious dislike of cities and need to be in a more natural environment draws the reader into their story but it’s once they meet and the sparks between them practically jump off the ‘pages’ that your imagination is truly captured.  Lisabet Sarai’s descriptions of the nature surrounding this couple seem to blend in perfectly with the sheer eroticism of their actions, yet there’s also an emotional element when it comes to the reason behind Aidan’s fear of the reality of actually having intercourse with Sylvie.  The need between these characters is raw and all-consuming in a fiery way that culminates in a very satisfying way. 



By Romance Junkies Reviewer: Chrissy Dionne

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