Author: Rob Rosen
Length: Short Story (12 pages)
Publisher: Torquere Press (September 18th 2013)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.5 Hearts
Blurb: Sky rockets in flight lead to an unexpected afternoon delight when Todd finds himself on a raft with Glenn as the latter prepares for that evening’s Fourth of July celebration. The men and the fireworks both shoot off in this romantically offbeat, color-drenched, not to mention sweat-drenched, good-time holiday romp. And who could’ve guessed that a desire to become one with nature would lead to becoming two with it?
Review: See, on occasion there are these cute little shorties that have giggling like a lunatic. Totally giggling the entire read. Sometimes I’m just thankful they are so short, because the image I present to unsuspecting passersby is a bit embarrassing.
One such read was this one. You have Todd who has the day off (4th July) and he hit the wilderness. Well no so much as wilderness as it’s a bit out of his neighborhood. As he tries to settle on his hammock and enjoy the day an ear-splitting noise shatters the quiet of the day.
So when we say a day start with a big Bang, this is exactly what we mean. A BOOM, a handsome man, and fireworks… Do the math and you’ll find yourself reading a hot little story.
But that’s not what really caught my attention here. Yes, it is hot, but it’s also written in a witty way making every line somehow hilarious and funny. “Then I laid my eyes on you and started striping your clothes off,” is on high effect here and made for a scene that had this incredulity about it, yet you couldn’t deny its hotness. It had mumbling “Yeah baby” at some point, and I hate being corny for crying out loud.
So yeah, I liked this one, a lot! I found it almost irresistible inhaling it, a feat easily made of course because it was only twelve pages long. It was worth it though, and made me smile.