Saturday, April 4, 2015

Bibi Rizer's Electrify Me Book Review by Ogitchida Kwe's Book Blog~

All Gloria Falcon wants is to have a nice New Year’s Eve with a nice man. Is that so much to ask? But after seven disastrous New Years in a row, this year she’s trying something different. Committed to spending her New Year’s Eve manning the phones at a suicide crisis phone line, Gloria is sure the karma she earns will break her New Year’s curse. But when a blackout cancels her night of philanthropy, rather than spend the night moping in the dark, she goes on a ride along with the cute electric company lineman who failed to fix the power.

Charlie Chang is not much of a New Year believer either. He’s coasting through life after being discharged from the army and trying not to let his cynicism of pretty much everything define him. When Gloria Falcon climbs into Charlie’s life, and his repair truck, neither of them expect this to be the New Year’s Eve that changes their minds, and their fate, forever.

Content Advisory - includes scenes of a highly sexual nature and some violence.

     In the book Electrify Me by Bi Bi Rizer, the protagonist Gloria Falcon is trying to have her New Year's curse reversed by trying to save lives at a church through a suicide line but doing so the power goes out and she ends up meeting an average guy Charlie Chang, which changed everything for the both of them, from bad luck and boredom to a night of crazed excitement.

    The best parts of this book were the awkward moments. The awkward moments that were funny to me, were the little side jokes that make my stomach literally hurt from all the laughter, and the sexually explicit moments that got my entire being all wired up! For example, the side jokes were when Charlie thought a guy with leather pants on was gay and gave Charlie his card and he turned out to be a minister and asked “I wonder if the Pope would like those pants ?” Another example of an awkward moment was when Charlie would think of his grandmother's toenail clippings to keep his body at bay which was kind of gross and also hilarious too!

     The author really knows how to keep her readers busy thinking and really laughing, it was almost like watching a movie and the author kept everything super detailed, which was a fine point. Rizer sure did an outstanding job on this book, I give it two thumbs and five stars! I also recommend this book to anyone who has a sense of humor, and if you don't have a sense of humor, you can go find a book in the boring section somewhere! Oh and go check this one out today, you will be happy you did. 


 Bibi Rizer is a mom, blogger, teacher and writer living in the Pacific Northwest. While she’s been writing professionally for many years, romance and erotica are relatively new pursuits.

Bibi likes writing about strong kinky women and brave willing men living in realistic and imperfect worlds.

In her spare time Bibi sings Karaoke and hangs around on film sets with child actors. Having the the firm belief that no one can be too weird or too funny, she happily admits that most of her favorite people and characters are both.

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