Good Morning! Today I am happy to present a review for Birthday Bash by Kelli Scott. You will want to check out the other tour stops to see excerpts and the other reviews.
Title: Birthday Bash
Series: The Edge
Author: Kelli Scott
Genre: Contemporary, Ménage, Erotica
Length: 6999 words
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Juli Falzone is stuck at home for her thirtieth birthday after the TSA puts her on the no-fly list…until her doorbell rings and she finds two hot cops standing on her porch with a warrant for her arrest.
Are they a practical joke from her well-meaning friends, the best birthday gift ever, or has her identity been stolen? Wanting answers and maybe a little more than curious, she lets them in. Can she talk her way out of the situation or will they make her come along peacefully?
This is an erotic short story, about 22 pages or so, and a decent example of the genre. There are fairly well-defined characters, a plausible premise and imagery that will feel familiar to many readers.
The set up and sexual play is cleverly detailed, with a bit of spanking, use of vibrators and a M/F/M ménage in several configurations, as a quick pick-me-up read this will fit the bill. Although the ending felt a bit strained, the majority of the story was well formulated and presented, and this would be perfect for a reader wanting a quick read for a pick-me-up.
I received an eBook copy from the author for purpose of honest review for Full Moon Bites tours. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
About the Author:
Left for dead in an enchanted forest, Kelli was raised by wolves, which explains her thick coat of fur and keen night vision. As an adolescent, she was exiled from the pack due to her love of well-done steak smothered in ketchup (her penchant for blackened beef has also caused her ejection from several fine eateries). On her own, she roamed the streets, eating from dumpsters and sleeping in abandoned dog houses. Cold, starving and destitute, Kelli turned to the oldest profession—writing. Since her fall from grace, she has penned several smutty stories for which she has received many accolades. And despite her limited vocabulary, inability to punctuate properly and her well-documented spelling disability, Kelli has collected some awards (some of them for her writing). But what she wants most in the world is to return to the enchanted forest and her pack. As soon as she figures out north from south and east from west, she will do just that.