Cream in her Coffee tells the star of porn/model Olivia who is unexpectedly forced to break all of her rules in one very lucrative all day shoot. The most important being: she does not have sex with more than one man and she only has sex with black men. So when she has to have sex with two very sexy and talented white twins she immediately balks. After spending an unexpectedly wonderful shoot with the twins she is smitten and is willing to do anything to get them in her life. Will she be able to convince the twins that she is more than ready to start dating outside of her comfort zone?
I really wanted to like this story because it has so much potential. The story has all the makings for a fun filled short reading experience but because of its nonsensical plot, lapses in logic, under developed secondary characters and unlikable main character it failed miserably. I will start with the good qualities that I liked about the book; Olivia is an intelligent young business woman who is determined to make follow her own rules. She has her own apartment, is successful at what she does and is not ashamed of her sexuality. She may be small minded but at least towards the end is willing to try something new. I liked the conversations that she had with her mother, who seemed warm hearted and cared about the welfare of her daughter. They seemed liked best friends/confidants and it was very sweet and realistic.
But Olivia is also vain, childish, and impulsive. I have no idea how old she is but because of the nature of porn she is probably in her earlier twenties, that is still not an excuse for how silly she reacted to many of the situations that she put herself in. How she falls in love with two guys that she has just met without ever having a conversation with them is mind boggling. I still have no idea how she reached that conclusion if she cannot even tell them apart. The writing starts off very well setting up the atmosphere but the story quickly begins to fall apart after the tenth page. Because the story is told mainly from Olivia’s point of view I know nothing about the twins other than that they are rich and well endowed, superficial things. We don’t get to know anything about them or why she would so quickly fall in love with them. In fact, we do not really get to know Olivia’s back story other than a quick description of how beautiful she is. Only describing how someone looks does not make them interesting. I want to know why she chose porn, why did she have all these rules, etc. I am left with more questions than answers and I do not particularly care for that. The only conflict in the story is so contrived and quickly resolved that it need not be mentioned. And the non-nonsensical ending was tacked on as if this was a much longer story when this story read like the first few chapters to a novel. I finished the story because it is only thirty-two pages long but it needs more time to develop a serious plot and interesting characters.
Start with one beautiful, sexy black female porn star, then mix in two identical male twins that are hunky, white and too horny for words, and what you’ve got is a chocolate and vanilla recipe for some fabulously hot times. Pages: 32 | Heat Level: 4