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Monday, December 21, 2009
Review - Table for Three by Missy Martine
Title: Table for Three
Author: Missy Martine
Publisher: Siren Publishing
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Rating: You Could Read
Reviewed By: Janelle
Cass Abernathy is forty-three and she's getting a second chance at life, and maybe even love. She's finally divorced, after years of abuse, when she learns an unknown uncle in Oregon has left her his estate, and more importantly, his house. Filled with hope for her future and excited to have a place of her own, Cass heads west not knowing what she'll find.
What she finds are hot and sexy twin brothers intent on making her a part of their lives. It's too bad they're so much younger because they bring out feelings she's never had before.
Meanwhile, there's someone else interested in Cass' inheritance, and he's willing to do whatever it takes to make sure he wins.
Will Cass overcome her fears and open her heart to the two men who love her, and will she discover the truth about her inheritance before it's too late?
This story fell out to the cliche tree and hit every branch on the way down. There was clearly no research done on abuse, twin interactions, law, or canine behavior. Everything is told in long winded exposition, including the sex scenes, one of which takes almost 25 pages. Honestly, while well written, it’s just formulaic. There is nothing original, no surprises, and plot points are handled in a very ham-handed fashion
Overall, I’m disappointed with this story. It had the potential to be great, but the lack of research and awkward story telling made it hard to enjoy.