Thursday, 15 September 2011

Double Occupancy by Elaine Raco Chase

This is the story of a burnt out journalist leaving her job and going to stay in Acapulco to recharge her batteries and start writing a novel. Due to a mix up another man comes to stay at the villa and things get complicated (and steamy!) from there.

I did enjoy this. It was slowly teased out with the last quarter of the book being quite steamy! Casey is feisty but terribly unsure of herself while Travis is the complete opposite. They are the stereotypical odd couple. The story tiptoes round the couple as they played cat and mouse with each other. At one point I was screaming 'Get on with it!'. But when they eventually did get together, wow! It was definetly a sizzler that's for sure! I did like the fact that it was a slow burner - I like that in an erotic novel. I prefer a bit of storyline to it.

All in all a great read, good for warming you up on a cold autumn evening.


  1. Good book, and I loved the setting in Double Occupancy. Made me want to run down to a Mexican resort and take a leisurely vacation. I certainly need one!

    Best wishes,
    Joan Reeves

  2. Thank you! I loved the book.