The Masseuse by Sierra Kincade
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
3 Suspenseful Stars
Anna is a masseuse and she loves her job. She does private sessions for extra money. Before you think it, no the Hero isn’t a client, but when she shows up for the latest private session, she runs into Alec, her client’s right hand man.
Alec is mysterious, tall, and very sexy. Anna doesn’t know if she should stay away from Alec or run in to him more.
I like the idea and storyline of The Masseuse. There’s Anna, she’s a pretty typical Heroine and I like it. I like that she’s kind of poor, she works hard and she likes what she does. I also like she goes to people’s houses for private sessions because you just never know who you are going to get.
Anna shows up to her latest client’s appointment and she kind of walks in on him and another girl having sex. Anna freaks out and tries to hide, but she ends up trapping herself in an office. Alec runs into Anna and helps her out of the sticky situation.
Totally funny right?
I like Alec. I like that we don’t know much about him, other than he does odd jobs for his boss. I didn’t really think too much of what Alec does because I was more focused on the Anna and Alec storyline. I like the banter between Alec and Anna and I was fine with the insta-lust. It is an erotica novel.
The Masseuse does have some layers and there’s more to it than what you think. I was kind of surprised by this storyline, but I went with it.
Overall, it was a decent read with very steamy scenes. I do think it needed to be polished a bit. I kind of want the author to develop Anna and Alec a bit more in the next book. I felt like The Masseuse was kind of like the appetizer, a little taste of what’s to come, but I’m ready for the main course. Give me some meat!
An Arc was provided in exchange for an honest review