Sudden Sex: The Exorcism, by Veronica Wilde

As promised, here’s the second of four reviews for stories from Alison Tyler’s new book Sudden Sex.

So. I’ll come straight out and say it. This story by Veronica Wilde pushed my buttons right from the start. Jealousy? Check. Bisexual guy with a piercing? Check. A woman with a hidden agenda? You betcha. There were so many things I loved about this story; from the sensual detail of Hunter leaning over Bridget while he washes then cuts her hair, to the way past and present were woven together as Bridget and Hunter reminisce about their shared ex-boyfriend, and finally to Hunter’s scorching hot confession, and what it leads to (don’t worry, I won’t spoil it).

The writing itself is very atmospheric, particularly when painting a contrast between warmth and cold (it’s snowing outside toward the end of the story). This story also has possibly the best bar description ever, when Wilde writes about Bridget and Hunter “pressed together in the malty bar-dark”.

So do yourself a favour, pick up a copy of Sudden Sex, and enjoy!

Now, I’m off for a pint…


About mina murray

Mina Murray is an Antipodean, whisky aficionado and (part-time) smut-peddler. Her work is published in anthologies by Cleis Press, Tempted Romance and Mischief Books, including Seductress: Erotic Tales of Immortal Desire; Best Bondage Erotica 2013; Brief Encounters: Tales of Fast Love; Sudden Sex: 69 Sultry Short Stories; The Mammoth Book of Quick & Dirty Erotica; Baby Got Back; The Big Book of Orgasms; Dressed to Impress; and Lords, Ladies, Butlers and Maids. Look out for more sexy reads in 2015 in Three of Hearts, Conquests: An Anthology of Smoldering Viking Romance and Dirty Dates. Visit Mina at her blog | twitter | pinterest
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