Publisher: Andrews UK
Release: Nov 22, 2010
Source:I received a copy of this book from TRR to read and review. If you head HERE, you can see my review on The Romance Reviews and you can enter to win a copy of this ebook!
Do you get all weak-kneed at the sight of a grubby fireman or a hunky soldier? Perhaps immaculately-dressed waiting-on staff get you feeling frisky? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Uniform Behaviour contains sixteen smutty stories about firemen, soldiers, sailors, police, security guards and even waiters, priests and cleaners! Delve into this anthology and enjoy steamy stories from established erotica authors including Justine Elyot, Craig J Sorensen, Victoria Blisse, Shermaine Williams, Elizabeth Coldwell and Lucy Felthouse. Uniform Behaviour also proudly introduces some exciting debut authors. So remember, you saw them here first! As well as being written and compiled for your titillation, this anthology is also designed to do good. A portion of the proceeds from Uniform Behaviour will be donated to UK charity Help for Heroes, which helps those wounded in current conflict. The stories in this anthology have been hand-picked by a uniform aficionado, so you can rest assured that only the sexiest erotic fiction lies in this eBook.
Take a crisp uniform or two, some explosive chemistry and you have a sexy anthology filled with lots of uniform fantasy stories. Uniform Behaviour has something to appeal to everyone; a must buy.
Uniform Behaviour is an anthology of 16 short spicy little stories all involving uniforms. There are police officers, firemen, military officers and even waiters heating up the pages. As a result this book contains a hot story for every taste. I’ll highlight a few of those stories.
Just Couldn’t Wait by Lucy Felthouse is about Carla – a freelance journalist attending a PR launch party. The party sucked and she was standing back, observing the activity around her. An gorgeous waiter with a tray of glasses of champagne catches her attention. She decides right then that waiter’s outfits are hot! Carla decides that his proper uniform is quite proper and needs to be messed up. Sam is definitely up for a bit of messing!
Ms. Felthouse manages in a few pages to sketch out believable characters, thoroughly describe the scene and the reason for Carla’s boredom, and has the characters get busy. What results is a great little short story.
The Weight of Duty by Madeline Elayne takes on the military in her story about Lisa, a drummer with the St Andrews Pipes and Drums meeting up with Gunner, a member of the Canadian military, who is having a bad day. He responsible for putting up equipment that will be used in the Nova Scotia International Tattoo. His partner has wandered off and he’s frustrated trying to get his work done. The sight of Lisa watching him distracts him and they start up a conversation. They arrange to go out for dinner and of course end up back at his hotel room.
Ms. Elayne, in about 10 short pages, creates well developed characters with a bit of history and combustive chemistry. The sex is graphic but the caring between the two main characters is touching. Together they work through what’s causing his bad day, and repetitively steam up the bathroom mirror!
Taken With Consent by Lexie Bay is about poor Maddy who seems to spend every Saturday night in the local police station waiting to bail out Dave, her aggressive drunk of a brother. It seems that Dave is in the habit of getting into drunken fights. This week, Dave gets arrested earlier in the evening, so instead of Maddy showing up at the police station half asleep, she is dressed up and on her way out on a date. Finally, the cute officer that runs the front desk is noticing her! Because her brother head butted the Duty Sargeant when being released, Maddy has hours to admire the look of “Sexy Desk Guy” in his regulation blue trousers and his arms straining against his crisp white shirt! After wondering for quite some time what it would be like to be hand-cuffed by this stud, he offers to buy her a coffee. Although they don’t actually end up drinking coffee, they make good use of Callum’s break.
Ms Bay, puts together a collection of characters and a believable story line that sizzles up the pages. Perfect for anyone that has finds cops in those starched blue uniforms hot.
This anthology has a story to appeal to everyone. Some of the stories I found to be outstanding, others not as good, but Ms. Felthouse has combined experienced writers as well as a handful of debut authors for this excellent little ebook. Lucy Felthouse is donating a portion of the proceeds towards a charity that helps wounded members of the military.