Book Review: Moonlit, Part 1 - The Secret by Vana Morgenstern
categories: Book, Werewolf, Fantasy, Sexy, Love, Passion, Romance, Werewolves, Latino, Hispanic, Hot, Supernatural, Short Story, Erotica
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Vana Morgenstern about this book: This classy erotica short story (12,500 words approx.) introduces you to Jessica, a young college student. She is not thrilled to be joining her stepmother on a church trip to Mexico during her spring break. However things start to look a whole lot better as soon as she gets there. Jessica is swept off her feet by dark and mysterious Javier. He's a handsome Mexican who doesn't speak word of English but they do just fine with body language. The passion between them is instantaneous and Jessica is enjoying the chiseled and tan young man when she comes to realized that he is hiding a big, hairy, fantastical secret...!
The first in the Moonlit series, "The Secret" gives a steamy start to the tasteful yet sexy story of love, lust, and fantasy that will continue soon in "The Protectors".
The Moonlit series is a wonderfully irresistible late night read for any fantasy lover, or secret afternoon pleasure for someone looking to escape into a steamy latino romance with a shocking twist. Due to romance, sexual content and some language "Moonlit, Part 1: The Secret" is not recommended for readers under 18.
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Definitely a sexy read ;) I couldn't put it down. It starts a little bit slow but once it gets going... it gets going! The romance in it is fun and a little bit mysterious. [by SB]