Kinky Briefs, Cinque by Seelie Kay – Review by Angela Hayes

Kinky Briefs, CinqueKinky Briefs, Cinque by Seelie Kay
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

Kinky Briefs Cinque by Seelie Kay is a collection of short stories, all revolving around lawyers- and all the fascinating and kinky fantasy situations that we can imagine, or I guess view on adult sites, fuckedtube.xxx as an example. There are steamy moments, fun and laughter- sexy, sensual and passionate details that may melt your kindle- as well as some heartbreaking and emotional scenes. Every story has its own feel, tone and flavour- but every one is interesting and entertaining in it’s own right. The only thing that I felt was an issue was that some of the stories could have done with being just a little longer, as there were times it felt a bit rushed, or cut short.
The stories in the collection are:

Honor Thy Father.
This was a great read that I would be interested in reading a full-length version of. We meet Marianne Benson Ali (Mari) an International Law Attorney and her swoony husband Sheikh Harun Ali, who fight terrorism, also supporting the victims left after a terrorist strike. This has put a target on their back, and in this story, there is a new threat which targets their family.

The Stripper and the Professor.
Sandy is a law student who desperately needs to find a way to earn her tuition money that’s due or be forced to leave. She finds a job at the “Blue Moon” Gentleman’s Club, where she is guaranteed to earn la large amount of quick, easy money. Only problem is at her debut, she spots one of her law professors in the audience. Will he recognise her? What happens if he does?

Hanging from A Ledge.
Law professor Janet MacLachlan and Agent Cade Matthews are married- but there is a lot more to their relationship than meets the eye. This is a great little story full of action, danger and drama. It’s a sexy undercover spy story, that would make a great TV series.

The Sixth Plane.
Here we get something quite different. A paranormal story that explores a very interesting notion. There are sexy dreams, erotic details, some dom/sub elements, extrasensory gifts, an alternate universe- and all set against the backdrop of Lawyerlandia. Intriguing, and definitely worth the read.

When One Door Closes, Another Opens.
“Love has a way of seeking out those who need it the most.”
This is a heartbreaking and emotional read- it allows us a glimpse at the life of a woman coming to terms with the loss of her beloved husband. Where she must choose whether she wants to ‘live’ again after her shattering loss. Whether to embrace a new beginning and maybe get a second chance.

A Renaissance Romp.
A Renaissance Fair where serving wench Gloria gets man- handled by one of the customers. A story with a bit of a twist. Fun, flirty, sexy- with a time travel element.

Stay with Me.
I really liked this story, it’s one of my favourites from the collection. It looks at the choices we make that lead us to where we are, but what about the paths we don’t take? This story is sweet, romantic, passionate and different. Ally Kirkland is a law student in the process of studying for the bar. She gets an unexpected phone call which has her revisiting the past. What happens turns her world upside down. A wonderful second chances/Rockstar romance story.

My Men.
Three law students embark on a Ménage that will test their relationship, their trust, and so much more. Join Mallory, Matt and Jeff in this M/F/M story.

Marrying the Devil.
Laura McClintock is engaged to a sexy, devil of a man- but he’s a pussycat compared to her future mother in law. His Mother has hi-jacked the wedding planning, interfering and causing trouble. When push comes to shove and Laura has reached her limits, will her devil see her point- or side with his controlling mother?

Fatigue.
A story that follows attorney Katia who suffers from MS. Her grueling schedule is putting her health at risk- and putting added strain on her relationship with her husband Jon. She’s tired of being tired, and really needs to find a better way to deal with it all. What does she decide?

There is something here to suit everyone. A quick, easy read for a day at the beach, or for a lazy day curled up on the couch.

Thank you, Ms. Kay!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

 

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