Review: On Display by Cassandra Carr

On Display by Cassandra Carr
Release Date: January 4, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 38
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Hunter wants Olivia, and the feeling is mutual. She decides to take her secret attraction public and show up at the club where he’s bouncing, ready to lay everything on the line to snag him. Hunter can’t believe his luck, and soon makes his own move on the woman he’s lusted after for months. Things heat up between them during an exciting—and exhibitionist—evening that leaves them both anticipating more sexy times to come.

 

Review: Ms. Carr delivers a sexy short that left me wondering about what happens in dimly light hidey holes in clubs.  A blend of humor and sensuality, On Display, stars Hunter, and Olivia, two characters who feel as real as you and me.

A personal trainer by day and bouncer by night, Hunters’ had a crush on his female co-worker, Olivia for years. What he doesn’t know is those feelings were very mutual. Masculine, yet, thoughtful and well-mannered, Hunter was one hell of a catch. His sense of humor and work ethic had me on his side from page one.

When Olivia and her best friend form a plan to grab his attention at the nightclub where Hunter works, shenanigans begin.  I loved watching Olivia break out of her shell as she pushed her shyness aside to take a risk. This is great if you’re looking for a sizzling short story with a soul.