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Midnight Caller Paperback – May 23, 2013
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NJ Cole is a witty, midwestern girl with a kinky side. She works by day and writes by night, all while being a mother to her wonderful boys and serving her Sir. Unlike many of today’s authors, she chooses to write in first person, allowing the readers to experience life through the eyes of the unique characters that live in her head. Her love of those characters and respect for their stories come through loud and clear in her writing. With over two million reads of her online work in the past six months, NJ Cole is clearly an up and coming author.
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A friend recommended Midnight Caller to me, and for that reason I have yet to not take a recommendation from her. She described a book to me that I thought would be an interesting read, a story that follows the budding relationship between Oliver and Rebecca. Like with most couples they have challenges to face, theirs happen to include the fact that she doesn't think she has a submissive bone in her body. Oh, and he's from another planet.
I don't normally mix my genres when reading. I have found that most authors can't handle blending multiple genres but boy does NJ Cole prove to be that exception. I normally have to be in the mood for the genre I'm reading, say BDSM, Voyeurism or Paranormal but with Midnight Caller being written so seamlessly I never even thought about putting the book down. Oliver wouldn't let me. Which is kind of my point, the characters are written with such detail that you do feel for them as if they were real. NJ even manages to make you forget that Oliver and Co aren't actually from this planet.
NJ does an amazing job of not falling into the same trap I have seen from a lot of authors of using their characters to get from one sex scene to the next. Don't get me wrong, there is more sex in this book then you can shake a stick at (or anything else you might want to shake) but it's done so organically, not just for the sake of pushing your buttons. She ends the book beautifully with a story line that could absolutely be expanded on but if she never came back to this world, you wouldn't feel cheated.
I'd like to think I, over the years have become a well rounded reader, but I have to tell you up until Midnight Caller I never "got" BDSM. Sure it was an interesting read, but I always assumed that I would never understand it because of my type of personality. NJ Cole does it in a way that after all these years of reading I can finally say "Oh I get it now".
Midnight Caller is one of those books that I would recommend to you and when you say "Oh, I'm reading this right now..." My response is going to be, "Put it down, and start this one. Now." That's how good it is. I can't wait for what else she is writing, and I really hope to see Oliver and Rebecca again.
Oliver went to extremes to keep Bec from seeing his face in the playroom and knowing his identity. Though they knew each other. You will just have to read it to find out why...and what his reasons were. Though they were both so torn in their feelings, and you can really feel it. I had a few moments where I laughed and several where I said WTF but I mean nothing was like the ending. REALLY? You had to leave us hanging like that? I will not go into detail, I don't want to put in any spoilers. Although those who have read it and NJ also will know what I mean. I really hope there is another book, or something there were things I thought surely would be resolved that were left hanging and UGH that isn't cool. HA HA HA Anyway, writing is an art and each piece is subject to the individual reader. I enjoyed it and would read the next one if the author decided to continue it.