Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Dariel Raye’s Satin Sheets Review: “Taming the Cougar” by Cree Walker

Product Details
·        File Size: 257 KB
·        Print Length: 25 pages
·        Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
·        Publisher: Naughty Nights Press (January 23, 2013)
·        Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
·        Language: English
·        ASIN: B00B56GYMQ
·        Text-to-Speech: Enabled
·        X-Ray: Not Enabled
·        Lending: Enabled

Warning: This story has one hot-to-trot Cougar lady chasing a sizzling piece of man meat and when she catches him there’s sure to be biting involved. But wait, is the Predator about to become the Prey? 
Oh boy! Watch out ladies, because now the Cub is on the prowl!

Lynn is a thirty-something, single woman who has just inherited her great aunt’s crumbling old Victorian. Lynn has a lot of work to do before the old place is ready to be called a bed and breakfast and her eyes are on the prize.

Unfortunately, her eyes are also firmly glued to the posterior of her twenty-one year old foundation expert, John Dillard. She finds herself drawn to the younger man like a moth to a flame. Lynn decides that if she is a cougar, she isn’t a very good one, but John has other plans and they involve a little game of chase.

Short but packed with fun and excellent writing. “Taming the Cougar” is funny, endearing, light, and one of the most entertaining contemporary stories I’ve read. Didn’t think I could identify so easily with a cougar, but Walker had me hooked at the mirror scene. LOL

Wonderfully and skillfully written with two adorable characters and liberally sprinkled metaphors throughout, you won’t want to miss this one. Four satin pillows. 

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