Doubleshot

Christine d'Abo
Doubleshot
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Publisher
Carina Press
Release Date
October 2011
Series
Book 1 of Long Shots
Genre
Erotic Romance

SUMMARY
Coffee shop owner Sadie Long has been lusting after her good friend Paul Williams for years. So she's more than a little intrigued when he invites her to a business meeting at Mavericks, the sex club where he works. While catering an event at the club is not quite the proposition she was hoping for, her business could use the boost. And she can't resist the chance to work closely with Paul in such a sexually charged atmosphere. Enter the club's hot owner, Josh, and suddenly Sadie's fantasizing about being part of a threesome.

Paul has always wanted Sadie, but never thought she'd see him as anything more than a friend. On the night of the party, he and Josh tempt Sadie to reveal her deepest desire—a desire both men are eager to help fulfill.

Giving in to her sensual side, Sadie enjoys a night of mind-blowing sex. But in the light of day, will she lose Paul as a friend, or gain him as a lover?


Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Jan 16, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
112 people found the following review helpful
Friends becoming lovers is a storyline I am always leery of reading. Generally they end as friend with benefits and then fizz out. In this one, Sadie and Paul get their kink on! Sadie is the middle child in the Long family. The three siblings own a cool coffee shop which they are trying to run together. I love sibling stories and friends becoming lovers and family helping each other. Between these two themes, I'm in hog heaven with this is the first in the series.

Sadie has always crushed on Paul but never dared to take it further. Paul admired Sadie yet it was never the right time. Paul is part of the sex club - Mavericks. It's supposed to be a BDSM club, but for a BDSM club, there is quite a bit of sex and more booze than I'm used to. Plus there are so many rich Dom's in this story, which has me flagging it as glitterkink. Still, the light BDSM, specifically the voyeuristic scenes are tasty and had me humming in delight.

The story is short and sweet. There are no complicated conflicts and I enjoyed how the relationship progressed after almost a decade long of foreplay. What I enjoyed most about this book is how well developed Sadie was in this story. She is a distinctive character who I enjoyed reading about, even if I couldn't relate to her. She wasn't perfect nor was she a hot mess. She's like everyone else, struggling to make her dreams come true. Along the way, she lost her personal life and Paul comes in to remind her that there is more to life than work. The two of them create some hot sparks that I happily would watch at the club. I recommend this book to kinky romance lovers who love stories of friends becoming more.
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