Is it just me, or does the guy on this cover look like he's SO not thrilled to be in the picture? I think I know why. Someone stole his puppy. This generic looking picture is screaming to have a puppy with matching Santa hat.This review is for Light Me Up by Cherrie Lynn. I may or may not go back and read the Sole Regret story at some point, but I'm not caught up with that series at the moment. The fans begged for more Brian and Candace time and we were HEARD. My deepest apologies go out to Ms. Lynn for the mess we made at her house with all of that toilet paper. Everyone was doing it, and I caved to the peer pressure...This was the perfect little short story to give me some alone time with Candace and Brian. I still adore Brian with a fierce loyalty, and Candace was actually tolerable in this small dose. I can't tell you people anything other than there were a couple of verrah nice sex scenes and one absolutely sweet scene that brought this couple's journey to a nice little end scene for their story. I'll just say that creative Brian = win. For those who have read the scene with the portrait and what was on it, I think it's safe to say that there was probably a collective sigh going out all among the readers.Was anyone else having Titanic flashbacks during this scene where Brian makes an artistic rendering of Candace in the nude?"Put your hand here, like this," he said, moving her hand so that it was against her cheek.It was probably just me. I'll have to revisit this little short story after my next re-read of Rock Me. Brian was one of my first romantic-a loves back in the day, so he'll always hold a special place in my heart.