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Impetuous by Nicole Morgan

Impetuous by Nicole Morgan

Word count: 31,979

4/5 Stars

Heat Level:  SCORCHING

Impetuous gives the reader a fun and faced paced ride through an intense and somewhat contact character progression of Beck and Jennifer.

Answering Jennifer’s ad for employment, Beck wander’s into Jennifer’s hotel and comes face to face with a pistol stubborn woman who is trying to maintain the hotel without a maintenance crew.  After a slippery mishap, Beck shocks her with his blunt and humorous line:

Beck – “Well, sugar.  You know, normally I like to spend a little time getting to know someone better I get horizontal with them, but since you’re so forceful, I might just make an exception for you.”

After the embarrassing first meeting, Beck confronts Jennifer in her office.  His blatant observation on the lack of competence of Jennifer as a repair person offends her, and she refuses his employment.

With a wink he walked out of her office and closed the door, but not before caught the look she gave him.  If looks could kill, he would be six feet under with a pleased woman standing on top of his grave.  He had definitely regained the upper hand, and that was exactly how he wanted it.

This story quickly progresses to a hot and savory evening in Jennifer’s suite.  The delicious descriptive voice that Nicole Morgan provides the reader will undoubtedly leave you throbbing and craving more.  Morgan doesn’t disappoint as the long, in-depth sex scene that will leave you smiling.  If you appreciate a man who talks to you during sex, Beck’s lines will leave you panting.

Startled back to reality, she looked up at him.  Any amount of desire she had for him before was nothing compared to the heat tearing through her core right now.  Hot lava was pouring through her veins.  Her pussy was throbbing, wanting and needing to be filled with him as juices seeped from inside her and coated her panties.

As the story progresses, the relationship progression becomes more complicated, and both Beck and Jennifer become curious about their feelings and thoughts of uncertainty.

…but there was something about Beck that just made her lose all self-control.  His touch was like a magician waving his wand.  His kiss was like a succulent aphrodisiac plucked from the Garden of Eden.

I recommend this book to ADULT readers only.  Extreme erotica with a twist of sweet plot that only entices the reader further into Morgan’s world of hello-there-baby! world.