- Decadent Publishing
- Release Date
- April 2011
Lacy Cunningham prides herself on being a prolific writer in the romance and erotica industry. However, for the first time, she's stumped by her latest project—a ménage à trois. She's doing everything to help get her creative juices flowing, from reading others works, buying non-fiction books on the subject to renting DVDs—everything short of participating in the act itself.
Her boyfriend, Marty and Jerry, her first crush from college, are more than willing to help her with her research. With Jerry arriving in town for vacation, Marty mentions the possibility of a ménage à trois, and Lacy mulls over taking her studies a bit further. But it's going to take a lot of prodding on the guys' part before she actually indulges in that kind of research.
Sep 05, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
123 people found the following review helpful
This is my first by this author and I will definitely be looking for more! If you are looking for a sexy quickie (who doesn't love a quickie?) with lots of steam and a good story, then you should check this one out!
Short erotic reads are hard to pull off successfully in my opinion, because there is a lot to fit into few pages. I usually feel a little slighted in the character development department. There are tons of ways these shorties can go, but these seem to be the most common:
---Strangers meet and get really freaky within 5 minutes and oh! Guess what? They are now head over heels in love...okay, not so realistic but can be good if that is what you are looking for.
---Strangers get freaky within the first 5 minutes of meeting and do every intimate deed known to man and a few new ones...like that too if I am expecting to read that kind of book.
---Friends/co-workers get freaky after years of knowing each other...this is the shorty that works best for me and this is what FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY is all about. I love this because the characters already have a foundation for a relationship ...they sort of know what they are getting in to with the other person at least on some level.
The characters in this book had MAJOR chemistry...I mean smokin' hot! Lacy and Marty are just good together in all aspects and seem to be happy and content. Then enter Jerry, the longtime friend and total hottie, panty dropper--it really felt like a natural addition to their relationship and not at all intrusive. I loved it! What's not to love about 3 sexy people rolling around between the sheets?
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