Ladybug Lin and Kitty Kat

Ladybug Lin and Kitty Kat
Place Your Trust in Their HOT SEAT

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Ladybug Lin reviews LILY BLOSSOMS by N. J. Walters

Sometimes reading really

 hot erotica can cause one's BP to skyrocket into dangerous stratospheres...and that isn't a bad fact on a shivery winter's night, with the

north wind howling, it can save you the cost of upping the thermostat...On a

SULTRY summer night...well any reason to require cool refreshing showers ain't bad either.

N.J. Walters gives us that kind of heat in this short story packed with lots of action.

Lily Blossoms...a title with a double edged meaning...but I'll get to that a little bit later.

What N.J. also gives us is some incredibly

delicious humor as well. Lily is seven years older than Cameron and thinks of those years the same way a man with pick and grappling hooks thinks of

Mount EVEREST the first time he stands at its base and looks up, and up, and up some more..."probably not surmountable"...but he still wants to do it. Lily is so secretly having the hots for Cameron she can barely stand herself...still her fantasies help her write the really 

hot fiction under her equally secret name Miss Lillian.

Carson is the owner of a successful landscaping business and until heading off to college recently, Lily's son Ethan's employer. More importantly, for our story, he also happens to be just a tad hot-to-trot for Lily. Unfortunately Lily is only hot-to-trot when she writes her scorching romances...or so it would seem.

Back to the humor...I love N.J.'s descriptions of poor Carson's efforts to ice down the raging woody he gets whenever he thinks about, talks to, or gets anywhere near our reluctant Sexpot, Lily. I must admit, I never would have thought to use a truck's air

conditioning vents in such a manner, but thank God N.J. did!

Lily Blossoms...the name of Lily's staid day job, her floral business...and what Lily needs to do throughout this intensely erotic and equally intensely emotional journey.

N.J. had me from her opening salvo, "His calloused fingers brushed the side of her breast," straight through to her parting finalé. "Calmly she pushed it aside and reached for the

eggs and bacon. Life was good.:

Lily Blossoms is so well written I am giddy about the

five stars I bestow upon it and look forward to reading more from this gifted teller of hot-Hot-HOT!

1 comment:

N.J.Walters said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful review, Lin. I'm so glad you enjoyed Lily Blossoms. Lily and Carson thank you too. :)