Butterflies were roaming beneath her belly button. And they commenced rustling once danger rushed in with a gun. Her hero was born! To rescue her. It is a fantasy, yes. But the kind of fantasy that can happen to you, anytime. The cute little, uncomplicated, daydreaming (when reading N.J. Young’s novella) follows you in a near reality, awaits for you around the corner. Invitingly.
As it seems, in both fantasy and reality, the feeling is mutual: “Tori swiped her tongue over her lips, and Ethan felt his cock stir. Damn, he couldn’t help but think how that tongue would feel on him. This was going to be a very long day.”
I have read ‘A Hero Inside’ by N.J. Young on a frigid and cloudy morning of January. Reading this delightful novella, of about fifty pages, goes like a piece of cake and will definitely brighten your day.
I heartily recommend it to you. Not before a short notice about the author: “N.J. Young was born and raised in the Midwest, and currently resides in the Kansas City area with her husband, two children, and a menagerie of animals. When she’s not writing, she enjoys horror movies, live music, cooking, and telling her kids why they can’t read mommy’s books.”