“Summer Break” by Bonnie Dee
While Josh is away for the summer, Eric
and Brianne, Josh’s friend and his girlfriend, spend quite a
bit of time together. However, Eric has always secretly
wished Brianne was his girl and dreams of her all the time.
So when Brianne comes on to him he is hard pressed to turn
her away and doesn’t until Josh returns home early and finds
“Summer Break” is a firecracker of a
story. The heat index is off the charts. Eric is a quiet,
easy to get along with guy. Brianne is a force of nature.
Put them together, alone, and Eric enacts every fantasy he
has had. When Josh returns home and after the initial
awkwardness between the three friends, Brianne, Eric and
Josh, the heat gets turned up some more.
Promise” by Jayelle Drewry
Jaynes is a teacher, one on break with a lonesome time
looming with her two kids off to her ex-husband’s place for
the summer. So she hits the pool, doing laps when John
Knowles, a former light heavyweight champ, comes to ask her
out yet again. After a bad first meeting Delilah has managed
to avoid John’s advances. But Delilah has decided this
summer is going to be different and when the right moment
presents itself she gives in and accepts dinner out with the
an excellent mom, but has forgotten how to be Delilah. John
knows what he wants and that is Delilah. John is an
outgoing, powerful man with an underlying sweet nature that
surprises Delilah. “Summer’s Promise” is a moving
story. One you surely will not want to miss out on.
Kissed” by Rusty Wicks
tutoring Clay Fortin’s two young boys in the Egyptian Arabic
language. After spending time with the three, Bess finds
herself lusting after the widower. A trip into town and the
purchase of a ring with a special stone turns her life
upside down and gives her the love life only dreams are made
Kissed” is a paranormal story about a ring fulfilling one’s
deepest desires and relieving one’s lust and as such is
packed with heated scenes between Bess and Clay. The story
style of switching points of view is something I do not
particularly care for. The dreams that plague Bess have “Sun
Kissed” switching first person Sun Kissed and back to
third when it switches back to Bess’ reality.
Summer Nights is an excellent anthology with three
talented authors. “Summer Break”, “Summer’s Promise” and
“Sun Kissed” are filled with hot sex and incredible love
stories. Pick up these incredible stories now.