Thursday, December 12, 2013

Review of Birthday Wishes (The List, #1) by Braxton Cole

Book Title:  Birthday Wishes (The List, #1)
Author: Braxton Cole
Genre: Erotic Romance


Mari meets Luca on an adult website. She’s still smarting from a divorce and only looking to explore her desires. They create wish lists of their sexual fantasies and agree to work through them together. No strings, no attachments, nothing but pleasure, and Mari anticipates their first meeting with impatience. But through a miscommunication involving a private text message and Mari’s nosy brother, Luca ends up at her 30th birthday party, before their planned rendezvous. Much to her surprise, they seem to connect better than she expected, and in ways she hadn’t expected. He’s strong, commanding, but also gentle and respectful and he makes her ache in ways she never thought possible.

But when Luca later expresses a desire for something more than just casual sex, Mari's impulse is to run the other way. After all, her failed marriage is evidence that she really shouldn’t go much deeper. Can Luca convince Mari otherwise? Can he help her see that he's her ultimate birthday wish come true?

Birthday Wishes is Book 1 in The List Series is intended for an adult audience only and contains mature themes, including graphic and explicit sex.

           This book was very short, and I really wanted it to continue!  Braxton Cole’s story was fantastic, and I can’t wait to read the second and third.  The main characters, Mariposa and Luca, have such great chemistry and the heat between them is absolutely fantastic!  This short story will keep each reader betwixt with perfect sexual imagery and vivid experiences that will leave the reader itching for more.  Read this story, you won’t regret it!
5 Amazeballs Stars!
Review By Shauna 

Author Information:
Braxton Cole lives in the Pacific Northwest where she spends most of her time holed up in her office writing stories. When she's not writing, she can be found riding her bike, hiking the fabulous local trails, chasing her kids, or wishing that her thumb was a little more green. She has a bad habit of killing what she tries to grow, but hasn't given up hopes of one day being a successful urban farmer.
Braxton writes erotic romance because romance is the stuff that makes life great, and sex is fun. The two belong together, both in life and in fiction.

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