When a hunky guy shows up at Julie Hanson’s apartment to tell her the police received a complaint about the noise from her birthday party, she assumes he’s a male stripper her girlfriends hired. Upon discovering the gorgeous Kirk Chandler really is a police officer, she’s completely mortified, especially since she teased him about giving her a birthday spanking.
Kirk appears at her door for a second time later that night, bearing gifts and asking if she got her birthday spanking. Julie not only gets her bottom nicely warmed, but is treated to a night of pleasure that qualifies as the best birthday present any girl could ask for.
We get spanking, edible chocolate body paint, a rubber duck vibe, a very hot cop and a pair of handcuffs. Put them together and we get one very hot, steamy night.
The characters were charming though I wished it was much more smutty for an erotica since it didn't really make my toe curl much. There's more fluff than I had expected (which is good).
Liz Bellamy agrees to pose for a provocative calendar to help raise money for the animal shelter where she volunteers. Although it's for a good cause, she's a little shy about posing half naked. When Liz arrives at the photography studio, she discovers hot photographer Kent Draper.
She almost chickens out, but ends up having not only one heck of a sexy photo shoot, but discovering that being half naked in front of a hunky photographer and his camera is one hell of a turn-on. And when a girl gets that aroused, a little shyness isn't going to keep her from getting what she wants.
It was pretty cheesy which I found cute plus there was a dog involved (which was why I had to read it) along with a very cute photographer. The plot wasn't very far-fetched and was quite believable. I like that Liz wasn't ashamed of showing off her body and had the courage to just let go and be sexy! Plus they had the camera occasionally taking pictures while they had sex, now that is pretty hot.
Other than that, there wasn't really much toe-curling erotica that I had expected! I'm just glad that there was a sense of closure at the end of the story.