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Reluctant Companions Reviews

By Lady Bug Lin
Christine London is without peer when it comes to creating tantalizing ambiance. You feel the reverberating impact of a coconut up and down the length of your spine when it falls upon the story’s balcony, as you read it. You see the sun sparkling with prismatic pinpoints of light as it plays tag with the drink her characters hold in their hands, and you smell the rich malted aroma of same in the air wafting the length of their respiratory systems, and yours.Reading Christine London is a visceral experience for both your emotions and your less obvious sensory nerve endings. The scents she creates tease the fluttering hairs lining your nostrils, her symphony of sounds tap ever so sweetly upon the beat of your ear drums, and the taffy-pull-like stretch upon your heartstrings leaves you weeping with joy and fulfillment.Therefore I eagerly serve this powerful short story, 5 HUGE stars.Well done Christine. I hope you know you have a devoted Christine London fan on your hands?
5.0 out of 5 stars A GREAT vacation/beach read! 
By Genella DeGrey
I had the privilege of reading Christine London’s “Reluctant Companions” while in Hawaii. The book really captured the sultry Hawaiian atmosphere. That, mixed with the hero, Cameron McClain, makes for a super-yummy read. This book will make you feel like you are on a tropical island with a hunky man even in the middle of winter. *Great* story – you won’t regret this purchase.
By Mareks Lady
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I started reading this book by Christine London last night & I couldn’t put it down. It was funny, sexy and very erotic.Loved it!
4.0 out of 5 stars And the sparks fly… By Sue LyndonFormat:Kindle Edition

This was a beautiful short story about two people, both tormented by their own various demons, thrown together in a bungalow in Hawaii. At first, they don’t really like each other. Chellie’s friend promised she’d have the bungalow all to herself, so she could have some alone time after her father’s death. Cameron, an over worked movie star, arrives at the same bungalow for some downtown at the insistence of his agent (Chellie’s friend’s ex-boyfriend). Of course, the bungalow is in the middle of nowhere and leaving in the middle of the night isn’t so simple – especially when they hear a wild animal growling in the trees above. It isn’t long before sparks fly and these ‘reluctant companions’ began to enjoy each other’s company.I really enjoyed this short story. The author captures the spirit of Hawaii with beautiful prose and the tension between Chellie and Cameron is hot and genuine. If you’re in the mood for a short, sexy story with a happy-for-now ending, I recommend giving Reluctant Companions a try.

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