This is a very ADULT title.
Flashes of Me by Cynthia Sax is the scintillating erotic romance tale that continues exploring the very individualistic staff of the Blaine Technologies group, adding to the saga that was introduced with the novellas that comprise the ‘Seen’ trilogy. A new intern captures the attention of Henley, the head of security and her intriguing combination of bubble-headed vivacity and astute but compassionate discernment shows him that there is more to the busty and exhibitionistic blonde than immediately meets the eye. The question becomes, will she become an asset to the company or a threat?
This delicious tale combines very spicy and sensual scenes with a poignant tale of the importance of seeing beyond the superficial. On the surface, Katalina (Kat) is a naive exhibitionistic sensualist, starting a new job in a new state, but as the story unfolds, her character is shown to have so many more meaningful layers, including a compassionate heart, a shrewdly discerning eye and a wry sense of humor. Her protective barriers are breached by the physically intimidating and wonderfully complex man she calls the behemoth who also proves his dexterity at seeing much more than the outward display. I adore the complexity of Kat’s behavior as more and more is revealed even as I am in awe of her comfort with her own body (which she evidently does not hesitate to show to others!) and I will never again be able to look at cubicles in an office without chuckling. I am bemused by the idea of other uses for the underwire in one’s bra and am reminded of the need for compassion everywhere. This is a fantastic story, showcasing this author’s talents to present a compelling tale in a wonderfully concise manner and I definitely look forward to the next tale that further enlightens us on the complex employees at Blaine Technologies, including the enigmatic Camille and the acerbic Miss Yen!
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I received a copy of this title as a gift.
Flashes of Me Amazon link
The first 3 novellas that started this series, The Seen Trilogy:
He Watches Me He Touches Me He Claims Me