Oh boy! Oi! How in the world am I suppose to dissect this incredible read?
First off, Cara Mckenna has a knack for drawing us readers in so very easily.
Didier is a male prostitute and suffers from Agoraphobia from witnessing a tragic accident years prior. He is a very handsome man who sells himself to woman. In my opinion he also does this because he is lonely, but that is just my opinion.
Caroly is a virgin nearing her thirties, when she makes an appointment with Didier to help her over come her own fears with men.
These two strike very immediate chemistry in my eyes.
I don't know what to call this but immediate obsession, after three dates Didier is hooked on Caroly and must go out of his own safety fish bowl and travel to see her. Her funds have left her short from ever seeing Didier again. This is the most saddest, intriguing and unique read I have read in a very long time. I feel real emotions while reading this.
This first novel in The Curio Series will leave you captivated and memorized by these two strange lovers.
In this second installment of Curio #2 it is written in Didier's POV!
It is nothing but pure unadulterated passion. It's hot and heavy and you can see how much he cares for his beloved Caroly after only a few months. He loves her and is struggling with his feelings and what is best for her. I think his biggest fear is loosing her now that she has come into her own sexuality. This second one has your heart curled and I mean curled so damn tight it feels like your gasping for air in some areas of the small novella read. You feel this mans pain like no other.
I am looking forward to the third installment of this series.