Saturday, December 11, 2010

See Me

Title: See Me
Author: Natasha Moore
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
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ISBN: 978-1-60928-234-9
Genre: {M/F} Contemporary
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Amethyst Nymph

Being a hard worker doesn’t mean that you fit into the cliques at work. Lydia has gone through most of her life unappreciated and unnoticed. During the day, Lydia is practical and plain Jane. But night time is when she lets her inner diva come out to play.

Each night, Lydia transforms her apartment into a private stage, where she struts her stuff scantily clad. This is the only thing she looks forward to. As time goes on, Lydia gets more brazen with her performances, and realizes that her stage isn’t t as private as she thought.

The last thing Wes was expecting to see from his window was a siren baring herself to the world. A woman that bold and beautiful was the kind of woman Wes had to have and opportunity was knocking. More than sparks fly when Lydia lets Wes into her apartment and her head.

We all have aspects of our personality that isn’t shared with everyone. Lydia seems to be an extreme case of this, but I completely understood where she was coming from. Lydia closed herself off from people before they had a chance to reject her. Because of this, she needed an outlet for all her pent up frustration. Lydia sees herself as the drab image she portrays at work, but she is totally wrong. Anyone with enough nerve to strip in front of a window is far from boring.

Wes wanted more than just that one night with Lydia, but I was concerned that she wouldn’t give him the chance to get to know her. I’m glad that things worked out between the two of them and I got a kick out of the question mark that is left hanging in thin air. Natasha Moore has done a fantastic job of breathing passion into See Me and I know readers will eat it up like candy. I look forward to adding her to my list of authors to watch.

1 comment:

Natasha Moore said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed SEE ME!