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Monday, October 17, 2011

Review – Just Gotta Say By Laura Kaye

Just Gotta SayTitle: Just Gotta Say

Author: Laura Kaye

Publisher: Decadent Publishing

Buy Link: Buy Just Gotta Say Here! 

Rating: You Need To Read

Reviewed By: Wendy Mitchell

Blurb:

Callie Davis stumbles upon two of her three male roommates in a surprising, molten-hot midnight tryst and discovers a side of herself she never knew existed. Desire to play with them grips her, and she can’t stop fantasizing about having multiple men, particularly her three long-time best friends.

Callie is thrilled when a guys’ night out gives her the perfect opportunity to recreate her fantasy, with the help of a threesome porn video and a bag of sex toys. That is, until Lucas, Jack and Noah return early and catch her in the act. More than anything, the guys want to make her fantasy come true. But Callie has a secret, and she can’t help wondering if being with all three men will risk the future she’s always wanted with one of them.

As three strong sets of hands caress and undress her, Callie surrenders to desire, because sometimes you just gotta say...yes.

Review:

Since Callie spying on two of her roommates, Jack and Noah , having head banging sex with each other, all Callie can think of is sex with multiple men. Preferably her roommates, Jack, Noah and Lucas. She loves and desires all three, but she’s in love with Lucas and knows sex would just screw up her friendships with the guys. Things were just about prefect as they were. They would never go for that, especially Lucas. But a girl can dream.

This is a perfect little ménage a quatre story.  The men are not the least bit feminine, and are perfectly secure in their masculinity. Jack, Noah, and Lucas are united in their devotion to Callie and to please her. Callie has fantasized about this a great deal, but she is very reluctant to rock the boat, especially with Lucas. This is a sexy, raunchy quickie with just a splash of romance to help lighten the mood. It seems that Laura Kaye can write in just about any genre she chooses, and do it exceedingly well. I was very familiar with Laura’s less steamy works, and was pleasantly surprised by this book. It takes almost no time to read and it seems to just smolder off the page. Looking for something to brighten up those long and chilly Autumn nights. This will certainly do the trick.

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