Mating Season: A Cabin Fever Novella
by Alice Gaines
Published by Avon Red
Available on Amazon.com Kindle
Thanks to edelweiss for the preview
4 / 5 cupcakes
The great thing about Alice Gaines’s books is that they understand their purpose: they provide us with a few hours of escapist fun. Hot escapist fun, in fact. These novellas do not reach beyond their ability. They simply entertain.
As with others in the Cabin Fever series, we have characters trapped alone in a small cabin in the woods; sexual shenanigans ensue.
In this case, our romantic duo is Gayle Richards and Nolan Hersch, sparring professors who each has a different theory about the mating habits of animals, elk in particular. Gayle invited Nolan and two of his research assistants to the cabin in hope of studying elk, although Gayle also hopes to change Nolan’s mind about his opinions on the subject. The fact that the two are attracted to each other only heightens the fun.
When Nolan’s assistants are blocked by a fortuitously timed flooded road from getting to the cabin, Nolan and Gayle attempt to make the best of the situation.
Boy, do they ever.
They make the best up against a wall, on the floor, in a shower, on the bed and up against a tree, amongst other lively locales. They make the best any place they can. All in the name of research, of course.
The circumstances leading to their coupling are flimsy at best, but we don’t care. We just want to read the hot stuff, and Alice Gaines provides it in abundance.
If you want to waste a couple of hours on some decently hot erotica, this is the novella for you. Don’t be surprised if you get cabin fever, though. The good news is that Alice Gaines has more books in the series.