Hot Hands

Erica Pike
Hot Hands
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Publisher
Ice Cave Publishing
Release Date
January 2012
ISBN
9789935915405
Series
Book 1 of College Fun and Gays
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, New Adult

SUMMARY
For weeks, college student Casper has been the victim of sail-by goosing and groping. The problem is that Casper would very much like to get more than groped by those wonderful, big, hot hands. With a journal full of clues, he sets out to discover who his mystery groper is. However, he may be in serious trouble once he discovers the ominous identity, and it's not because of the light bondage the groper seems to prefer.

Hot Hands is the first of five in a series of short stories. Each story is independent of the others and each covers a deep issue. Hot Hands focuses on the effects of high school bullying for being gay.For weeks, college student Casper has been the victim of sail-by goosing and groping. The problem is that Casper would very much like to get more than groped by those wonderful, big, hot hands. With a journal full of clues, he sets out to discover who his mystery groper is. However, he may be in serious trouble once he discovers the ominous identity, and it's not because of the light bondage the groper seems to prefer.

This title was previously published with a different cover.

Book Review by Valentina Heart (author,reviewer)
Apr 27, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
131 people found the following review helpful
HOT HANDS is my first story by Erica Pike but it certainly won't be the last. It's only a few pages long, but she still managed to strung me out emotionally, make me grin with satisfaction and forced me to scroll down frantically when I reached that last page.

Casper has been having a problem only he's not quite sure if it's even a problem. Someone has been groping him, in lines, before class. What started as casual touches turned into full out ass grips and, while curious, Casper wants more. But the identity of his groper remains a secret and Casper is willing to indulge as long as he can get those hot hands on him.

This story deals with a serious issue of high school bullying and forgiveness. While mostly light, hot and entertaining, Casper has been through his share of trouble and the author makes you feel it.

I honestly liked all aspects of this story, from the characters to light touches and emotional dialogues. I was happy, sad and satisfied while reading this short story and I don't think any others I've read quite live up to that ‘short and sweet' line. I love it when I'm pleasantly surprised.
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