One night of sexual pleasure could teach a lesson in love.
Cyril is weary from weeks of traveling the Scottish moors, but his luck takes a turn when he rescues a battered and broken child. To express his gratitude, the boy’s father offers Cyril a night of carnal indulgence with his eldest daughter. Cyril graciously accepts, looking forward to a night of sexual release to ease the loneliness of his travels.
But what the supernatural sex god and deliverer of souls doesn’t expect is to be taught a lesson in love from the young and beautiful Celestine.
In a night of passion, two lost spirits find solace in an impostor’s kiss: one longing for a love that doesn’t yet exist, the other drowning in pain and guilt over love lost. Neither is what they seem…but what they learn will change them forever…
I was given this Short Story by the author, Renea Mason, for an honest review and so I shall deliver.
First and foremost…this is a SHORT STORY! It is 31 pages long, but it packs a sexy punch in those 31 pages. This is 0.5 of the Symphony Of Light Series, a prequel to Symphony of Light and Winter(Read Review Here) (Buy From Amazon.com Here) with a little tease for book 2 in the series.
I loved this short story. It gave us a glimpse into who Cyril is as a man. His compassion, his sex appeal and his prowess.
He’s searching for his “Light” while Celestine is searching for the love she feels she sacrificed when she asked Ian, her one true love, to go to war in her father’s place.
Celestine knows exactly who she is pretending Cyril to be. Cyril however can only invision a beautiful redhead he has never met, but who makes him feel complete.
I highly recommend this novella…but most of all I recommend Symphony of Light and Winter. I’m honestly torn between recommending you read this to get a taste of Symphony of Light and Winter and telling you to read Symphony of Light and Winter first. Impostors’ Kiss just can’t capture everything Cyril is in just a few pages. Nor can it really give you a true insight into the magic Renea Mason gives you with Symphony of Light and Winter.
So I guess my final thought would be this: If you’re strapped for cash and want a small nibble of Cyril and Renea Mason, then you can’t go wrong with $0.99. However if you have the extra money to spend on Symphony of Light and Winter, please, do yourself a favor and get it. I stand by my initial comment that Symphony of Light and Winter was like Christmas Day. Opening that wonderful story up, was something I’ll always treasure. Impostors’ Kiss is like a sexy card that is just giving you a sneak peek. ♥