Friday, April 22, 2011

Quickie Review: Mirrorlight by Jill Myles

Synopsis (Goodreads):
When Cora Grames is abandoned in England at a haunted castle, she feels very sorry for herself…until she sees the sexy man in the mirror that only appears to her. And when she finds out that she can touch him, he suddenly becomes more than a fantasy. But how can she fight for a man that doesn’t exist in her time?

This novella includes a man that might be a ghost, a neighbor that might be a fairy godmother in disguise, and possibly sex involving a mirror.
My Thoughts: Well, hellooooo, Jill Myles.  You certainly know how to make a girl look suggestively at her mirror, don't you?  *eyes mirror and waits for sexy shenanigans*

While this is definitely a short story, it's sexy and hot.  There's a particularly saucy mirror scene that might possibly be calling for me to re-read it.  For reviewing purposes, of course.  Because, you know, you can never do too much reading research when you're preparing for a review.  Am I right?

Sexy and sweet, this story jumps into the touching and things escalate from there.  In an entirely good way, of course.

More books by Jill Myles

Reading challenges: The E-book Challenge, The Paranormal Erotic Romance Challenge

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