Friday, March 9, 2012

Not Her Type

Title: Not Her Type
Author: Kay Jaybee
Publisher: OC Press
ISBN: 978-1-937898-05-2
Genre: {M/F} {F/F} {M/F/F} BDSM, Kink
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Rose Nymph 

Despite the fact that John is nothing like the type of guy she usually talks to, Jenny has slowly built up a friendship with her local courier. It’s not surprising really; John seems okay, and he makes her feel at ease when he’s around, delivering her regular supply of movies. Of course, it could have something to do with the little matter of John being involved in every one of Jenny’s increasingly steamy sexual fantasies. And she’s been having a lot of them… 

When John shocks Jenny by admitting that he’s been thinking similar thoughts about her, Jenny finds herself with a proposition there’s no way she’s going to refuse. The sex is every bit as erotic and satisfying as she imagined, and luckily for her, John is more than willing to keep up with the “special deliveries” from now on. 

It’s everything that Jenny could ever have asked for – regular, no-strings-attached, mind blowing sex with a man who lets her explore her every kinky need. Just as long as neither of them go and do anything silly like let their hearts get involved. 

Not Her Type is a well-written, very hot and satisfying read. Jenny’s an affable character who I could relate to and who had an interesting back story. John was a little more mysterious, understandably so as the reader experiences almost everything from Jenny’s point of view, but I did wonder on more than one occasion if I could actually like this character. I enjoyed the deepening sexual relationship between them and loved how their kinks were explored without a big deal being made out of them. There wasn’t the usual character conflict between wanting to explore their desires and wondering if they are weird or wrong for wanting it, which I am grateful for. And believe me, the characters do explore, at every opportunity. I won’t spoil it by mentioning all the activities Jenny and John get up to, but I do feel the need to warn of a particular scene involving water sports that I didn’t see coming. However, it was written well enough to pique my curiosity, rather than turn me off. I was just totally caught up in the idea of two people being lucky enough to live out their fantasies. 

Of course, these things can never remain “just sex”, can they? Questions about where the characters can go from here are left unanswered in my opinion, but these things were never really going to be tackled here, as Jenny and John were far too busy getting their rocks off to care.


geminimoon60 said...


Kay said...

Thanks for the kind review! NHT was great fun to write. Kay xxx