- Breathless press
- Release Date
- April 2011
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance
Justin Wright is not lucky in love.
His boyfriend has dumped him. He no longer believes in love at first sight, and he hates Valentine's Day.
Justin's world is thrown upside down when a cop gives him a blowjob in a hotel bathroom. But when the cop visits Justin at his home, he knows he's in trouble.
Justin may not believe in love, but love believes in him.
Apr 25, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
78 people found the following review helpful
COPPING A FEEL by Jamieson Wolf follows Justin Wright as he struggles to cope with the lack of love in his life. Feeling like something is preventing him from finding or keeping "true love", he has become slightly jaded and wonders whether such a thing really exist.
When he goes into a hotel bathroom to take care of business, he is propositioned by a Sergeant Wallis Matheson. Not believing that a hot guy, let alone a hot cop, would be interested in him, Justin is filled with doubt. This is only compounded when Wallis sends him flowers and then shows up at his house to finish what they had started earlier in the day. What starts as an incredible sexual encounter turns into something quite different, something that will change both men forever.
In this short story, Mr. Wolf has managed to create a feeling of suspense and tension…something quite impressive given the limited number of pages. In fact, the sexual activity takes place over several chapters, each chapter leading to a new height of eroticism and breath-catching spectacularness.
Yet, the sex, as hot as it is and as long as it lasts, is not the greatest surprise in this story. When Wallis approaches orgasm, his true self is revealed and Justin must reconcile reality from fantasy, accepting love but also accepting things he never knew existed before.
The story itself ends on a cliff-hanger, leaving the reader sitting on the edge of their seat wondering what will happen next for this couple.
While I loved both characters and found the writing style and the eroticism to be gripping, I found myself wishing the suddenness of the revelation of Wallis's true nature had been built up a bit more with hints that something was different about him. A bit of a build-up would have gone a long way towards preparing me to expect the shift into the paranormal.
With that said, I truly enjoyed reading this short tale about love, lust, fate, and the forces that try to separate two souls that are meant to be together. Unfortunately, I'll have to wait until OLYMPUS DREAMS is released to find out how Justin and Wallis's story unfolds.
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