Midnight Treat : A Halloween Story

At the apartment building’s Halloween party everyone is having fun hiding behind their disguises. In particular, Zorro, otherwise known as Josh Panetti, the owner of the latest security company hired by the landlord, has set his sights on Marie Antoinette. Flirting ensues and one thing leads to another that they decide to meet up later on to continue their fun privately behind closed doors.
 
Josh leaves the party and as part of the thrill climbs the fire escape to meet up with the lovely Marie Antoinette as planned. Only problem is he enters the wrong apartment and meets up with the other Marie Antoinette of the party - Cassie Snow. Cassie believes herself to be nothing more than average looking, so when Josh breaks into her apartment, she feels that she could finally live out a fantasy even though the guy has the wrong girl. There’s no harm is not telling him who she really is, right?
 
Does Josh realize that he entered the wrong Marie Antoinette’s apartment? Does Cassie’s conscience kick in and does she explain that she’s the wrong girl he’s looking for before anything happens between them? Do they run into each other again after that night?
 
This was a fun, short read that I found entertaining. I felt bad for how Cassie viewed herself and I had hoped she would change her mind and see that she was just as desirable as the next girl. I had hoped that something would start between Josh and Cassie and prove to her that she definitely had so much to offer someone. I really enjoyed the costume party theme and thought it made the perfect backdrop for this story. If you’re looking for a fun, unique story to read this one is the perfect choice.

Book Blurb for Midnight Treat : A Halloween Story

Erotic Scarlet (Contemporary, Halloween) Rosette
Rating: 1Rose
Page Count: 77

It's mistaken identity gone erotically awry during a Halloween costume party.

Josh Panetti breaks into an apartment Halloween night, thinking he’s fulfilling the sexual fantasy of a woman he just met at a costume party. Instead, he’s broken into Cassie Snow’s place. Cassie immediately realizes his mistake—she’d seen him at the party with her sexy upstairs neighbor. She should tell him he has the wrong apartment and the wrong girl. But she’s always the wrong girl. Would it be so terrible to be the right girl for just one night?


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2009 3.50