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Friday, May 22, 2009

Review - Her Boyfriend's Boyfriend by Cheryl Dragon

Title: Her Boyfriend's Boyfriend

Author: Cheryl Dragon

Publisher: Loose Id

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Rating: You Want To Read

Reviewer: Laura

Cassie has found the man of her dreams. Neil’s rich and smart and hotter than hell! He's perfect. Except for one small thing. Their sex life is cooling off and he’s not talking. It's not her, she's almost sure, and she's not giving up. She's determined to get to the bottom of it. And fix it.

What Cassie doesn't know is that Neil used to have a boyfriend. Lou. They used to pick up women together, have sex with them, enjoy them, but they never found one they wanted to keep. Then Lou moved on. Neil tried. He tried to go straight for Cassie and for his career, but he never stopped loving Lou and without that man in his bed, he's never going to have everything he needs, no matter how much he loves Cassie.

Once Cassie starts digging around, the truth can't be denied. And neither can the chemistry between Cassie and Lou. Is she the one they needed all along? Cassie's never had two men before. Not even just in bed. The idea of a ménage life scares her a little, honestly. But now that she knows how to please her boyfriend, she's not letting him go. Even if it means learning to love her boyfriend's boyfriend.

The chemistry between Cassie, Lou and Neil is hot, hot, hot. The book flows from one erotic sex scene to the next with the ebb and flow reminiscent of the tide changing from low tide to high tide. The emotional entanglement between the three characters is complex. The love for one's boyfriend is just as intense and real as the love for that same person's girlfriend. Sorting out this web of love gone astray and rekindled is interesting and enjoyable. Ms. Dragon sure knows how to write a menage with a twist.

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