Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Review: Midnight Caller by N.J. Cole

Rebecca Summers enjoys pleasing herself with the curtains open. That is, until a mysterious man calls to tell her that he is watching. Her fantasy becomes reality as she begins to perform for this stranger, following his instructions over the phone while he watches from afar. Rebecca’s world is turned upside down when finally they meet and she enters into a D/s relationship with her Midnight Caller.
Rating – 5 Stars!!
Cover – 4 Stars Love the eyes!
WOW Factor - 4.5 stars
Steam Factor – 5 stars
Ending – 3 (hoping there will be more for this story)

This is a hot, super steamy book from start to finish! Started off as a BDSM book, and draws you in from the start. The story is told primarily from the POV of Rebecca (butterfly or Bec) or Oliver (Sir or Ollie). There are also POV from several of the other supporting characters in the book.

Loved the way the story starts with the only real interaction being a brief phone call “That was beautiful, butterfly.” It just made me want more and more until I was begging for there to be some sort of physical interaction between these two characters. While there is a hidden twist to this book, it only makes me want more.

Bec is quiet, shy, and a homebody. She doesn't want to rock the boat, and cause issues. When she realizes she needs to submit to her Sir, she finally realizes who she is.

“I didn't understand why, but I really wanted to please him, my Sir.”

Oliver is commanding, and all alpha male. He is used to getting exactly what he wants, and is always in charge. “You are such a good girl, butterfly. From now on, when I call you have permission to speak. So, did you miss me?”

Overall this book drew me in and held on to me from start to finish. My fave parts are when we see Shane interacting with Oliver and Bec, and watching Shane teasing them. It was a typical brother interaction, and yet made me want to reach out and smack him upside the head and tell him to be nice. Personally I am waiting for more from this author and this book. I can only hope for more from these characters.

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