Friday, February 4, 2011

Quickie Review: Coin Operated by Ginny Glass

Synopsis (via Goodreads):
Elijah Elliot and Beatrix London's fledgling ad agency is under siege. Not from outside competition but by Eli and Bea's unspoken lust for each other. As their unsatisfied cravings to dominate and submit bloom into vivid daydreams, the office becomes a minefield of frustrated needs and dangerous desires. Now something's gotta give or their partnership is going to self-destruct.

When Bea unveils a racy new light bondage ad campaign for their key client, she pushes Eli to cross the line he's drawn between them—the one that keeps him from doing all the hot, sinful things she imagines he's capable of...
My Thoughts:  This is a short story that moves very quickly, is peppered with sex of both the fantasy and non-fantasy variety and involves the creative use of neckties and quarters.  If any of those things squick you, I'd imagine that you should probable be looking elsewhere for some light reading.

Bea and Eli have been successfully ignoring the sexual tension between them for the past two years as they work on getting their fledgling business up and running.  That doesn't stop the steamy daydreams, though.  When things get physical one night, they have to decide how they're going to handle it.

A fast read with light bondage scenarios and one sexy interlude in the laundry room.

Reading challenges: The E-book Challenge, The Show Me the Free Challenge (IMM 02/06/11)

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