Rating: 5 Cups
Catherine is a modern day witch hiding in plain sight, who leads her coven and helps find missing children. All her life she has been linked metaphysically to a man named John, an operative with the CIA. When she has to almost expose herself to save John, she knows her life is going to change dramatically.
John has just escaped torturous captivity, but is dying in a jungle. Visions of Catherine sustain him, but his inability to touch her is driving him slightly insane. After his rescue John plans to find her, no matter the consequences.
When the two finally come face to face, Catherine and John must confront their supernatural past and deep sexual desires. Will they be able to move forward, or will it be a case of the past continuing to haunt them?
Touch Me is a dark romance with a strong storyline and marvelous subplots. The book moves quickly and flows well. John and Catherine's personalities are well matched throughout the book with great development. The sex is very hot and equally shocking, but does require overlooking some overachieving acts. There is some dramatically kinky sex, but the outstanding dialogue, especially the internal thoughts, allows readers to empathize with the characters and enjoy reading as their relationship grows. Touch Me is not a hearts and flowers romance, but a superb story and an excellent example of Loose-Id's envelope pushing erotica.
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