Rock you like a Hurricane

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Rock you like a Hurricane
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Publisher
Passion's Paramour Press
Release Date
February 2016
ISBN
9781393613787
Series
Book 1 of Triple Passion Play
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Romantic Comedy, Romantic Suspense/Mystery

SUMMARY
Lifelong best friends, Tommy Marks and Ken Davidson know each other so well they're an unstoppable team able to complement respective strengths while ironing out each other's weaknesses. Neither man can imagine a life without the other, but they never expected to fall for the same women. College student, Trisha Harper is fascinated by the synergy between Ken and Tommy. She's attracted to both and unable or unwilling to decide which man she likes best.

As the trio prepares to ride out a hurricane together, Tommy and Ken make a gentleman's agreement promising neither will make a move on Trisha. With the tropical cyclone raging outside and the electricity out, the stakes are high, and their pact might not withstand the eye of the storm. Both men teeter between desire and the fear of rejection and loss, but Trisha has no plans to break up the dynamic duo. For her, it's all or nothing, and she's determined to have Tommy and devour Ken too.

Warning: Rock You Like a Hurricane and is a male-female-male (MFM) romance. The story contains sizzling, put-you-in-the-moment love scenes with graphic, descriptive language. If you are offended by explicit content, you might want to read a different book. Although the Triple Passion Play series starts out as MFM in book one, the relationship progresses to MMF in later books. Previously published by Liquid Silver Books.

Book Review by Angeli (reviewer)
Aug 02, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
145 people found the following review helpful
Tired of the same descriptive words in erotic stories? Look no further.

I appreciated the realism of this short erotic novel, and the overabundance of worldbuilding to let you feel the surroundings of the characters. While I wish there was just as much attention to the building of the characters themselves, I loved reading original erotic scenes that were scorching. There was a little too much humor and joking for my taste in a sexy erotica; however after thinking on this, it adds to the realistic vibe.

Overall, if you're looking for a short erotic story that will leave you utterly jealous, this is for you. And let's face it, with our busy schedules, sometimes this is the perfect antidote. Now if I can just get The Scorpions' Rock you like a Hurricane out of my head, all will be well.
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