Hearts A Plenty

Rosemary Gunn
Hearts A Plenty
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Liquid Silver
Release Date
November 2010
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more

Welcome to Awry, the sleepy Midwest town where family roots run deep and friendships deeper; where passion burns white-hot and secrets are everybody's business.

Claire and Jared's love affair is intense before Mark arrives in town for the Thanksgiving holiday. The three spend the week partaking in each other, expressing their gratitude and the spirit of sharing in the most erotic and physical way possible. But when the lovers must gather around the festive family table to celebrate and give thanks, will their newly expanded relationship be met with approval or shame? Claire loves both men and they are indeed her lovers, but Mark is also something more. Her stepbrother. Will they have the courage to fight for the love in their hearts?

Contains: Ménage, MFM, anal play/sex; polyamory

Book Review by Debbie (reviewer)
Jan 10, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
173 people found the following review helpful
This is a short read but all I can say is, WOW, what a great hot, steamy book!! I absolutely could not put it down and finished it in one sitting.

Claire and Jared have an extremely close and loving relationship. They have a great sex life. But Jared will do anything, including going to the extremes, to make Claire happy.

Claire has a secret she has never told Jared. She had a one-night relationship with her step-brother Mark. Now she wants more in her love life. She dreams of the three of them together. She discusses this with Jared and they make their plans but didn't tell Mark about them. He got a wonderful surprise the night he comes to town to visit for Thanksgiving. The first night they were all together was extremely erotic and breathtaking. Ms Gunn did a wonderful job writing the love scenes. You could picture every move and hear every sound that was made. It was beautiful.

Some may think it strange or taboo that step-siblings would want to be together this way. But Claire and Mark did not grow up together. They never considered themselves siblings in that way. Their parents married after they were already grown adults. But they both worry about how their families will feel. Will the family be able to accept the three of them being together? This story is about the family dynamics and how the families are told of their relationships together.

Even though this is a short story, it flowed very smoothly. It felt like a much longer story than it was and I enjoyed it immensely.
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