Review: In the Dark by Leigh Wilder
In the Dark
Summary From Goodreads:
Katrina and Alex have been skirting around each other and never quite getting together, until they get trapped in an elevator, and Alex has to keep Katrina’s claustrophobia from getting the better of her. He has a…creative way of going about it.
Warning: The following book contains mature content and erotic situations.
It’s time for another edition of Frodo’s Hobbit Sized Reviews! This is where I write a review in the time I have before I go to work or before I go to bed. Short and sweet just like 2nd breakfast!
Looking for some instant sizzle? If so In the Dark is definitely for you! (That sounded like an infomercial, let’s try again) Wilder mixes in plenty of humor to go with the steamy situation and wastes no time diving right in to the action. While we don’t learn a whole lot about the characters, Alex manages to spark some life and personality into the short piece, enough to entice you to read further.
If all you are after is some wonderfully written erotica that gets right into the fun from the get go, In the Dark is perfect. Giving just enough tension between the characters, and with Katrina’s claustrophobia as a small barrier to overcome Wilder keeps the piece from being a one-and-done sex scene. However, the scene that does ensue is sweet, sensual and downright sexy as hell. The chemistry between the two and the dialogue they have is excellent. You’ll be caught between laughing one moment and moaning the next, quite the feat by Wilder. I definitely recommend it to any Erotica fans looking for a wonderful quick read. Thanks as always for reading!