- Samantha Hunter
- Release Date
- April 2011
Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance
Eva Jordan is done with men – instead, she has Simon, a perfect fantasy man who haunts her dreams every night, satisfying every desire. Simon never finds fault with her or demands more than she can give, but when she meets Greg during a night out and brings him home with her, she discovers one night with Greg will never be enough.
Being with two perfect men will teach Eva more than she ever imagined about herself and love. As she falls in love with both Greg and Simon, who will she choose?
Jun 21, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
134 people found the following review helpful
In TWO PERFECT, Eva must decide between two perfect men after she's had them both--at the same time. It's a titillating dilemma and one that she never would have imagined that she'd experience.
Her predictable life becomes a non-stop sexual adventure when she encounters Simon. The catch being that Simon only comes to her in her dreams. She's not eating. She's losing sleep. She's also beginning to question whether or not she's losing her mind.
But she needs Simon, as her breakup with her previous boyfriend, Nick, left her devastated. She has no confidence in her ability to please a man or her own attractiveness before she begins dreaming about Simon. Each encounter with Simon gives her a level of pleasure she never thought possible and improved confidence.
Her newfound confidence allows her to bring home her attractive coworker Greg for some after hours fun. When they climb onto the bed, she find that she experiences Simon's presence just as strongly as when she's alone or asleep. She's having a menage a trois with a real man and a man she believed to be a figment of her imagination.
This leads Eva to question the nature of Simon's existence. She discovers that he has no knowledge of his past, other than he is bound to the quilt on her bed by a curse. He also explains that he exists solely for the sexual gratification of the owner of the quilt not his own.
These revelations along with her growing and healthy relationship with Greg cause her to ask herself what she should do about Simon. Should she keep the quilt? Should she pass it on? Can she release him from the quilt and sexual bondage? What will be his fate if she succeeds in freeing him from the quilt?
These questions find interesting answers in the conclusion of TWO PERFECT and give this story great momentum. It is an enjoyable light read and makes a great bedtime story for grown-ups. The surprise ending promises a fun read in the sequel, Too Hot.
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