No Cords Attached

No Cords Attached

Celeste Carrara (Author)

** I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. **

Total rating – 3 1/2 stars.
Heat / Steam rating – 4 1/2 stars
Plot / Overall Story Concept rating – 3 stars

This is a short Erotic Romance.

*possible spoiler alert*

     Cynthia is a divorced mother of two. She is in her forties and says that she doesn’t need or want a man. Cynthia “Cindy” does want to be satisfied. Because she doesn’t want a relationship, Cindy decides to go to an online chat site. She doesn’t seem very comfortable with her herself and her body.

     Travis is a twenty-five year old man that Cindy meets online. He seems sweet and a little nerdy. He even wears glasses. He is always saying beautiful things to Cindy and seems generally interested in her.

      In the beginning, Cindy and Travis don’t speak (Cindy types everything) and don’t see each other’s face. They don’t know each other’s names or personal information. Slowly these two start sharing more, like showing their faces, names, and cell numbers. They only see each other. Cindy is very uncomfortable, in my opinion, with the age difference and decides to end things between them. She is also worried that she getting to attached / addicted to him.

      Travis and Cindy do eventually meet in person while he at a convention for work. Cindy joins Travis in his hotel room. It gets hot and steamy.

     I know that this is a short read, but there were still times that I laughed and got teary (like when Cindy left the hotel and Travis). I am hoping that the author has another story in store for Cindy and Travis. I want to know what happens next. You will need an extra pair of panties while you read this story. The only things that would have made it better for me would be: a little bit longer (who won’t), and to know more about Travis (who he is, his background, family, etc).

    Overall, I enjoyed this story and would read more by this author.

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