Tuesday, August 18, 2015

At Ease by Olivia Brynn


When the uniform comes off, there’s no holding back.

Jaycee Hanson has the best seat in the house in Psych 301. Right behind Tyler Johnson, ROTC captain and star of her erotic fantasies. But while lusting from afar, she’s come to one disappointing conclusion: He doesn’t seem to date outside his race.

When an accidental touch near the end of class turns into an impromptu foot rub, the rest of her wet-noodle bones are willing to go anywhere Tyler leads. She just never expected to be led into the nearest stairwell.

Tyler isn’t sure what to make of the smart, beautiful woman in his arms. If he’d had any idea Jaycee was interested in him, he would have made a move long ago. But each time he’s looked her way, she’s avoided his gaze.

A blissful afternoon at his place seems the start of something special—until objections to their relationship arise from an unexpected source. And Jaycee starts to wonder if sizzling sexual chemistry is enough.

This book has been previously published.

Warning: Contains a semi-public quickie against a wall, impromptu picnics, and a hero who knows where to draw the line—and it’s not between him and his woman.

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Rachael☆☆☆
While this is a quick read and actually started out really sexy and fun.... it nose-dived for me. I found parts of the sex scenes quite humorous with the terminology used. It could've been much better if silly terms like 'his pole,' not to mention the physical impossibility of some of the positions (think stairwell with woman’s jeans only down to mid-thigh... don't see that working no matter how bad you want it).

While there is a plot, there is mostly just sex. I think if we'd gotten to know the characters and they'd gotten to know each other before their first quickie made them both emotionally invested in each other, then it could've worked. I understand things getting carried away and having a quickie with a strange... especially in the college setting, but not the way it went down here unfortunately.

However, that being said, I did like the easy flow of the author's style and the way she portrayed her characters in a unique light. I wouldn't mind getting to know Jaycee better, knowing more about her life and where she goes from here because she was an interesting character that I connected with.


Ruthie☆☆☆
This is a quick, fun and sexy read. It actually deals with quite a few issues whilst also delivering an introduction to a couple who likes to party. Combining the issues of uniform, colour and family in a novella is ambitious, and gives us a peek at what they are likely to face in the long term.

It is short, well written and ideal for an evening's entertainment.



Olivia Brynn is the very saucy alter ego of romance author Alanna Coca. Olivia was the one who lured Alanna into trouble as a child. She also would have been the one to get her mouth washed out with soap. Since controlling Olivia wasn’t as easy as she thought, Alanna decided to set her alter ego free with Olivia’s first book, For a Price, a story about one woman’s journey to sell her virginity. Other books followed, earning five-star reviews and bestselling status. Alanna realized what fun Olivia had writing sexy romances without censor. Olivia writes contemporary erotic romance near a window where the view of the Rocky Mountains beckons her to run naked through the tall foothill grasses. Except when it snows.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of At Ease by Olivia Brynn to read and review.

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