Four authors, four short stories featuring menage themes.
Flipping for Chelsea, Emma Holly: Childhood friends once shared a sensual close encounter. Several years later they’re all grown up and about to see each other for the first time in years. Their initial greeting is a bit cold, but things quickly begin to warm up and naturally progress. Sexy times ensue.
I’d say this is the kinkier of the four. Therefor, I enjoyed it. It was a nice short, though I’d say toward the end it seemed a bit rushed.
Romance: 3/5 Â Â Â Â Raunch: 5/5
DIRTY/BAD/WRONG.Â Lauren Dane: A woman returns to her small home town after her mother’s death. Her best friends, two males who live together, welcome her return. Their underlying attraction simmers between them all, though they’re unsure how to make it work between the three of them.
Romance: 3/5 Â Â Â Raunch: 4/5
Just One Night, Megan Hart: With encouragement from her boyfriend, a woman approaches her teenage crush at a high school reunion and has a one night stand. Her feelings are put to the test, however, when she finds herself unable to forget about their one night. She is eventually forced to figure out what, and who, she really wants. Â In ever present Megan Hart style,Â Just One Night is hot yet emotional. This was the more poignant of the four stories, and I wouldn’t have expected anything less from her.
Romance: 3/5 Â Â Â Â Â Raunch: 4/5
On the Job, Bethany Kane: Woman comes face to face with the boy who left her behind when her current boyfriend hires him to provide security detail. Her flame rekindles quickly at his reappearance, and through quick and intense encounters she comes to realize he has ulterior motives to his presence. Â I’ll admit the heroine in this story drove me bonkers, what with her constantly trying to torture and tease the “man that got away.”
Romance: 2/5 Â Â Â Â Raunch: 3/5