Letting Go

Can’t a woman let go and have a little fun? Apparently not. Kari Loftin is all about control. She has her own business, dates men weaker than herself. But honestly, she’s had enough. Deciding to live on the wild side, she goes to an upscale bar to watch her favorite baseball team play on the widescreen. Determined to avoid Viagra-popping men her own age, she sits next to a man about ten years her junior. But after spilling her beer on him, introductions are exchanged, and before she knows it, Kari is on her way to Riley Tucker’s suite to watch the game. And more….
He may be younger than Kari, but he has a lot more experience with life. A dom by nature, Riley is instantly drawn to Kari. Deciding to take a risk, he invites her to his suite and hopes he doesn’t scare her off. Because he feels she could be just the woman he’s been looking for, if she’ll just let go. 
Wowza.  This is about the hottest short read I’ve ever encountered. Kari and Riley have chemistry to spare. The steam was just rolling of my ebook and I kept looking around to make sure no one was reading over my shoulder. More than just housewife porn, this was a love story and an examination of what good can come from giving up tightly held control. We all dream of that special someone, and it was a pleasure to read about someone who deserved it find it. Kari’s insecurities about her age were a barrier Riley refused to recognize, and I liked his sneaky away about finding her after their night was over. Truly a must read. 

Book Blurb for Letting Go

For Kari Loftin life was all about control, in every aspect of it. But she realized that at forty-two she had managed to shut out every form of pleasure by keeping a tight rein on herself. With her beloved Cubs on a winning streak, she tossed away her control for one night and ventured into the world of Petey’s Sports Bar. Little did she expect to meet a hot young stud like Riley Tucker, who showed her a side of herself she’d never dared to explore. One night together and Riley wanted more. Much more. Getting past the age difference could be a stumbling block for Kari—although it didn’t seem to bother Riley at all.

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2009 4.50