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Taken: An Under the Skin Novel
Charlotte Stein
Avon Red Impulse
E-book
978-006236512
****1/2
 
 
     It was a friend’s poor choice that led Rosie Callahan to her current position. Her friend tried to set a local bookstore on fire, but when they were spotted, her friend fled, leaving Rosie to be caught. The bookstore owner picks her up, carries her to the basement, and handcuffs her to a bed there.
     To her surprise, her captor, Han Weir, is endearingly awkward. She’s intrigued and oddly comfortable with her captivity, and though he resists, their interactions turn sexual.
     In this latest “Under the Skin” title, her hero is a little less mysterious than prior heroes, which adds dimension to the storyline. The tale flows well, and readers will love the ride.
Heather Nordahl Files

 


Intrusion

Charlotte Stein

Avon Red Impulse

E‑book

978‑0062365088

****1/2



Beth's neighbor is a recluse, rarely seen outside of his house. People in the neighborhood think he's odd at best and dangerous at worst. Beth finds him creepy, and when her dog turns up missing, she knocks on his door and accuses him of dog‑knapping. She has no evidence and can see in his eyes that her accusation hurts him. She must make this right, so she goes back to his door offering a home‑baked pie.

Noah Grant is a strange, beautiful man with the awesome, almost supernatural ability to read people and situations. His demons drive him even as he sleeps, leading to sleepwalking and finding himself in precarious situations when he wakes up. Beth’s own demons cause deep distrust, but compassion for Noah’s suffering wins out. And an unusual sexual connection dawns and deepens.

Charlotte Stein's novella, first in the "Under the Skin" series, has its creepy moments, but that’s why it works. She is true to her characters, sometimes to an excruciating degree. The nontraditional sex scenes are amazingly erotic.

Heather Nordahl Files

 

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