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Review: One Night in Edinburgh, by Charlotte Howard

26 Nov

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I need an Ethan. NOW!

If you’re looking for a high-end erotic short read, something with substance, a decent plot, and technically perfect, you will enjoy this. I’ve read several books by the same author, and I’ve found in every case her writing style to be fresh and clean; no frills, no flowers – just right. One Night in Edinburgh is just that, only with an additional layer of heat. You may need a fan. Or an Ethan equivalent. I don’t own a fan.

The protagonists are not away from each other for long, and that is a good thing in my opinion. There is good chemistry between them, and while they fall for each other incredibly fast, the situations and reactions seem real. I liked the fact that they acted like the adults they were.

Did I enjoy the read? Yes, very much so. I’m wondering whether there will be a night (or several) in London next. I wouldn’t mind it in the slightest.

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Posted by on November 26, 2014 in Book Reviews

 

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2 responses to “Review: One Night in Edinburgh, by Charlotte Howard

  1. fuonlyknew

    November 29, 2014 at 3:49 am

    A little something to warm you at ‘night’ Ella? LOL I’ve enjoyed some erotic stories recently. The writing was good and the characters were too. I wonder how many good writers I’ve missed because of that word ‘erotic?’

     
    • ellamedler

      November 29, 2014 at 8:37 am

      It’s because, to be fair, unless you get erotic stories spot-on, you’re making everyone laugh (at best) or throw their kindles to the floor (at worst). I don’t think it’s easy writing realistic sex scenes – in fact I’d far rather write a fight or action scene myself. Only about 1% of the erotica I’ve read so far is actually readable, and only about 10% of that is actually good. No wonder we’ve developed a certain immunity to the genre.

       

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