Review by Lauren1
A short story begging to be longer.
New author, Christopher Donaho socks it to us with a velvet hammer in this erotic account, Thresholds: Two very broken people, one very sordid remedy. Waxing poetic, the protagonist, John, unleashes twenty years of pent-up angst for Julia, in a weekend reunion with her.
Although sex is the plot in this first person, past tense, ‘cabin in the woods’ romp, there’s more. John’s thoughts about his sex life are honest, melodramatic and sometimes, funny.
Two solid characters, a destination, a collaboration and a great ending. This is a very cleverly written short story. In under 8000 words, it accomplishes what most authors fail to attain with forty-thousand words. If erotica is your genre of choice and you crave enlightened heat, Thresholds, book 1 may be your ticket to paradise. XXX Strictly mature content. I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.