Flirting in Traffic, by Beth Kery
An erotic contemporary romance, Flirting in Traffic is my first exposure to Ms Kery’s writing. Published as an electronic book by Cerridwen Press (a division of Ellora’s Cave), it is marketed as a full length novel. However, at less than 140 pages, this story fits more comfortably under my definition of novella than of novel; other people’s mileages may well vary, of course.
Here is the blurb from the author’s site:
She went off like a red-hot firecracker on his foyer floor, then vanished.
Esa never intended to participate in her best friend’s unorthodox dating scheme – flirting with hunky construction workers in Chicago traffic. Her thoughts changed when she saw a long, lean slice of heaven strutting around the side of the highway. For him, she would be the carefree sex kitten her borrowed car with its suggestive license plates implied she was.
Though smarting from the wounds of a recent break-up, Finn can’t resist the tempting redhead driving the come-and-get-me car, flashing him contemptuous looks with those brandy-colored eyes. The lure of taming the feisty little kitten is just too great to deny…