Review: Screaming Orgasm by Mari Carr

Screaming Orgasm by Mari Carr
Series:  Cocktales (# 4)
Release Date:  May 29, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 85
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Jayne Kent has watched her best friends and business partners fall in love while romance continues to pass her by.  When Books and Brew regular Elias Clark offers her a Screaming Orgasm, she wishes it was the sexual variety rather than a lousy drink.  She’s been lusting after Elias forever and suspects he could bring all her naughty, kinky fantasies to life.

Elias has resisted his attraction to Jayne for years, assuming his dominance in the bedroom would send sweet, romantic Jayne running for the hills.  Or would it?  Alone in a snowstorm, Elias tests the waters and is blown away by Jayne’s innate submissiveness and eagerness to stretch her boundaries.  Ice play?  Bondage?  Flogging?  Bring it on.

Soon it’s no longer a question of whether or not Elias should pursue Jayne, even if she’s not sure she’s brave enough to submit to him forever.  She’s made for him, and this determined alpha male will stop at nothing until he’s claimed her—completely.

 

Review: Screaming Orgasm is the fourth book in the Cocktales Series by Mari Carr.  This book can be read as a standalone without any confusion.  I chose this book because I have read Mari Carr before and have enjoyed all her stories.

Jayne has been lonely for a long time and has not been able to break out of the funk she has been in.  Watching her three friends fall in love has added to the loneliness that has been plaguing her.

Elias has been attracted to Jayne for a long time.  He did not know how she would react to what he needs in the bedroom.  Therefore, he never approached her.

The chemistry is off the charts between these two characters.  Its hard to believe that it took this long before they got together.  The sex scenes were explosive.

There is nothing that I would have changed about this story.  While I am not a fan of short stories any longer and it would have watered down the story.  Overall, this was a wonderful story.  While I did not read the other books in the series before now, I will be picking them up shortly.

 

Melissa sig