Playing For Real

Madison Blake
Playing For Real
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Publisher
Elllora's Cave
Release Date
November 2008
ISBN
9781419918544
Genre
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more

SUMMARY
Shelli could never have foreseen how one revised board game was going to change her life forever.

It all begins when she’s preparing to attend her company’s annual dinner and dance party with her best friends, Adrian and Ethan. She gets more than she bargained for when lust hits her right between the eyes the moment she catches them in flagrante delicto. Later, she is tormented by fantasies of threesomes. But how can she risk their long-time friendship for sex?

Adrian and Ethan are happy as a couple, but they want Shelli too. After several failed seduction maneuvers, they decide to give it one last try by seducing her with an erotic board game specially designed to set them all afire.

Book Review by Shana Rea (reviewer)
Nov 14, 2010   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
246 people found the following review helpful
Scorching hot, unbelievable sexual tension!

Shelli Madison enjoyed her deep and close friendships with Adrian Greene and Ethan Hunter, and she couldn't be happier when the two men fell in love with each other. However, one night at her company's dinner opened her eyes and heart to new feelings about her best friends. But Shelli was torn by her lust for them, as she didn't want to lose their friendships. Until the night the men forced her hand and engaged her in a delicious game that Shelli couldn't, and had no wish to, resist.

Ms Madison keeps me in tenterhooks all throughout the book! She creates these believable characters and places them in angst-and-sexual-tension filled situations that has me with my eyes glued to my laptop as I scrolled down to read as fast as I could (after I ran to the freezer for some ice cubes, of course). Adrian and Ethan are amazingly hot and hunky, and the way they try to seduce Shelli... Whew! I wish I were in her shoes. Ms Madison also imaginatively creates an erotic version of the game Chutes and Ladders (or Snakes and Ladders) and I know I'll never look at that game the same way ever again.

If there's a sequel, I'm getting it. In fact, I'm looking forward to reading Ms. Madison's other books.
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