Review of Playing The Coach
Written by Vonda Norwood
Reviewed by R. Murry
What is the orgasm of a positive emotion? Awe is. It’s in the eyes of the beholder. With awe, comes fantasy. Ms. Norwood’s character, Vicky, is in awe of a man, Jake Wilson, who does what she fantasizes in doing – coaching a high school football team.
Vicky will do anything to get to work at coaching, but is impeded by Jake. Not because she is a woman, but because he is put in a difficult position which he didn’t ask for. I won’t give you that reason, because it would give away some of the plot.
What I will say is that he devised a way of eliminating the problem. In this experiment, he leads Vicky on with a ruse of asking her, what you think is my favorite thing. Vicky believes it’s her body. She teases Coach Wilson to try and get what is her favorite thing – coaching football, with little by little sexual meetings.
Ms. Norwood does an excellent job at teasing the reader with their sexual encounters. Each encounter is developed to keep the reader’s attention and does its job. The reader will relish in wanting to see what happens next sexually and will want to read on to their climax.
The story was well structured with sexual content that any reader of erotica will enjoy. The characters come alive as sexual beings. I read it twice to find some pit falls, but I couldn’t find any in this short story of some interesting highs.
A quick read before bed is recommended.
Where can people go to buy her work?