Review: No Patience by Cris Anson

No Patience by Cris Anson
Release Date:  September 13, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages:  80
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

My name is Roseanne and I’m a full-figured woman interested in exploring BDSM. Though I was almost put off by his screen name, Mr. No Patience, I answered Greg’s message because his profile on a fetish site intrigued me. I took it slow with him-increasingly intimate emails followed by phone calls which, yes, morphed into phone sex when he made me orgasm to his whispered instructions and my own fingers. But when we actually meet-and click-at a restaurant, he starts as he means to go on, by ordering me to remove my thong and give it to him. And oh my, I blush to tell you the kinds of things I do under his tutelage. Not only in front of others, but allowing them to join us. And now I’m impatient for more.


Review:   No Patience by Cris Anson is not part of a series but I really hope we get to see these characters again in the future.  I would love to see who they turn out down the road.  I chose this book because I wondered how this book would play out and how realistic it would be.

Roseanne is a full-figured woman who is interested in exploring BDSM.  Therefore, she looks to the internet to learn and meet like-minded people and learn something.  She meets a man in a chat room.  I liked how slow Roseanne wanted to take getting to know Mr. No Patience, aka Greg.  The more Greg tried to push the more Roseanne tries to slow it down.

The chemistry between Greg and Roseanne is scorching.  I loved how a potentially dangerous situation (you never know who you are going to meet on the internet) becomes a wonderful love story even with Roseanne trying to slow it down.  The sex scenes were hot and steamy.

I found this book well written.  The main and secondary characters are realistic and thought provoking. I loved how genuine this book was.  I just wish this book was not as short as it was.  Overall, this is a great book.  I can’t wait to read more by Ms. Anson.


Melissa sig


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