Thursday, 12 May 2016

Review of Dear Stranger by Sid Love

Cover Artist: Sid Love

Dear Stranger by Sid Love

Publisher: Creative Minds

Length: 7,500 words approx

Release Date: 12th May, 2016

Buylinks: AMAZON | ARe | SMASHWORDS

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Blurb: Reggie is a young man in his early twenties, living a still and calm life. Being blind makes him a little cautious to new situations, at least until that one day on his way home when he meets a stranger, a man with a voice smooth as honey and burning hot as the most expensive whiskey, starts talking and flirting with him.

At first, Reggie is scared. The guy seems to be a stalker but soon he realizes that the stranger wants him no harm. On the contrary, he is attracted to Reggie and invites him home for a hot romp in bed.

With the ball in his court now, Reggie needs to choose what to do. He could turn him down and continue living his life as it is, with very little excitement. Or, he could say yes and see where this unexpected ride takes him...

Review: I love Dear Stranger with a passion. I love Reggie and 'the stranger', the cautiousness of Reggie as they awkwardly flirt, combined with a degree of recklessness as he contemplates a leap into the unknown. I loved the bar scene from start to finish, and the stranger's reactions were just right. 5/5 Sid!

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