Review: A Little Slap And Tickle by Elise Hepner

A Little Slap And Tickle by Elise Hepner
Release Date: December 21, 2013
Publisher: Xcite Books
Pages: 83
Source: book provided by the author for review

Eliza’s stuck in a lacklustre, dead-end slump after coming home with her graduate degree to a slippery job market and her brother’s fold out couch. Unable to circle newspaper ads for another second and desperately crawling into sexual fantasy to escape her dismal reality—Eliza takes her escapism a step further when she agrees to go to the Renaissance Faire with her best friend, Dru.

Her whole world shifts when Eliza meets Hunter, a quirky, mysterious leather worker who runs a booth at the faire. He’s been a platonic friend of Dru’s for ages and supplies her with homemade BDSM bedroom toys—toys that he’s more than willing to demonstrate with Eliza once the faire closes. But can Eliza give up control in order to trust that one of her biggest fantasies will live up to her expectations?

Hunter’s skills as a dominant force Eliza to trust herself again and Hunter finds himself with a feisty submissive that pushes more of his buttons than he ever thought possible. Together they push themselves farther than any fantasy, until their lives are never the same again.


Review:  A Little Slap and Tickle by Elise Hepner is not part of a series but I would love to see these characters again in the future. I chose this book because after reading the blurb I found it interesting.

Eliza is a smart woman looking for a job after graduating with a degree but the poor job market means she is still looking. Therefore, she goes looking for a way to escape the daily grind of looking for a job. Hunter is a leather worker who works at the fair and a friend of her best friend Dru. Hunter is very mysterious man who is also a Dom.

The chemistry between Eliza and Hunter is scorching. The sex scenes were blistering. These two make a great couple because Hunter gets Eliza to trust herself in ways no one else has.

I found this book well written. The main and secondary characters were interesting and engaging. At 83 pages, this was a great quick read. While I have not read this author before I will be keeping an eye out for more in the future.




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