- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- February 2012
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
In the heat of passion, Peter tricks Jillian into making a promise to participate in a week of sexual adventure with him and his best friend, Sean. Jillian has been very attracted to both men for a long time but questions the propriety of such a relationship and also wonders how two gorgeous men could be so attracted to her.
Peter and Sean want far more than just sex with Jillian. They want her with them forever, and are determined to persuade her to keep the promise she made.
A careless action, also made in the heat of passion, will take the final decision out of all of their hands and decide the future for them all.
Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among the men.
** A Siren Erotic Romance
Mar 24, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
130 people found the following review helpful
One week of sexual adventure, with not just one but two men. What woman in their right mind would refuse that offer? I know my answer.
Peter tricks Jillian into making a promise. The promise is to spend a week with him and his best friend Sean where they will fill all of her needs and provide some sexual adventure. However, Sean and Peter have other plans. They don't just want sex from Jillian, they want forever and are more than happy to do everything in their power to claim her for their own.
This book has one of the best openings ever. I don't know what it was but it made me chuckle with how quickly things developed between Jillian, Peter and Sean. What I loved the most was how possessive Peter and Sean were. There were parts throughout the book when Jillian would walk out of a room and they'd talk about their feelings. I found these parts made me like both men more. They were literally using everything in their power to interest Jillian. They wanted her with a desperation that even forgetting to wear a condom provided them with a means to get what they wanted. It was nice that Jillian wanted them with the same amount of passion. She was fighting her own reservations and issues. Jillian was a wonderful heroine. I enjoyed the points about her weight because it made her a more believable character.
Sean and Peter were two hot alpha males. I couldn't pick between them and I'm pleased Jillian didn't have to. In a lot of books you can always pick out your favourite, who you want to get the girl. THE PROMISE was not one of those books, which I found completely refreshing.
Allyson Young is a talented author and one I recommend you read. Her stories are never dull or predictable. I've found with the few I've read, they just keep getting better and better.
Loved this one.
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