Title: Rub Me the Right Way
Author: Kelli Scott
Series:The Edge Series
Source: CBLS Promotions – in exchanged for an unbiased review
Where to buy: Amazon
Heather Bowen is an uptight, stressed out insomniac in desperate need of a massage or a shrink or an orgasm to cure what ails her.
On doctor’s orders, she starts with a massage to work out her knotty/naughty kinks. At the hands of a talented massage therapist, Heather gets a full body rub down. And more. Next stop—a psychiatrist to get at the root of her anxiety and sleeplessness. But is she ready for Dr. Simon’s controversial treatment? What begins as prescribed therapy becomes a wild fantasy ride of erotic discovery that makes Heather question her sexual orientation along with everything she believed about her carnal desires.
Rub Me The Right Way is a very erotic, steamy and fun read that will make you sweat within a few pages. Though it is short, it brings the same satisfaction as any quicky would. Heather Bowen is a thirty something divorce woman who has lost touch with herself. Divorced, horny, stressed and with a lack of sleep Heather look for professional help. While waiting for her turn to be called into a medical session Heather meets her therapist Tasha, who not only brings her stress relief with her massages but also brings her to an erotic and powerful orgasm. Heather goes from one pleasurable place to another, but it gets complicated when she can’t tell dreaming from reality. This is a quick read, but it certainly brings tons of heat and details that will make you want to be rub the right way. Great and steamy.
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.