I don't want to go home after the spring semester ends. I'm nineteen, away from home for the first time, and…I've met someone, a boy from my psychology class. I'm tempted to see where this flirtation leads, and when my professor offers me a summer job, I have the perfect excuse to stay. But Sam has a secret that I'm not sure I can accept, a secret that would initiate exploration of a whole new side of my sexuality. If I'm brave enough.
Neapolitan Nights is a quick, sexy read that's perfect for bedtime and/or a bit of 'me' time. There's not a lot of depth here, but there really isn't room for it in the book's thirty-something pages. I will say that the author does give us a fun bit of summer for these characters. We get enough info about the characters to like them and I have to give it to Paul Lonardo - he does a solid job of building good chemistry between these characters, and he does it quickly. The book is well written, the steamy goodness is sexy and fun, and the story is entertaining. Call me picky, but I like a bit of real story with the sexy stuff, even if I am reading erotica, and this one gives me that.