The Reunion

Adriana Kraft
The Reunion
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Publisher
B&B Publishing
Release Date
September 2013
Genre
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Multi-cultural/Multi-racial Romance

SUMMARY
Dark and brooding, Adam Granger was always the bad boy out of reach—but now he's in Sarah Atkinson's bed, the morning after their twentieth high school reunion. When Adam beats a retreat to his Pacific Palisades estate, former good girl Sarah throws caution to the wind and pursues him.

Petite copper-skinned Maria Ramirez greets Sarah at Adam's front door. The former exotic dancer doesn't challenge Sarah's assumption she's the maid—how long will it take the dark-haired beauty to figure out Maria is Adam's live-in lover? Better yet, how long before Maria can entice her into their bed?

Determined not to rock his hard-won lifestyle, Adam resolves to push Sarah past her sexual limits so she'll leave. When she stays, he watches helplessly as the two women fall in love with each other. Will they shut him out? And, if they let him in, what must he sacrifice?

Book Review by Laurie P (reviewer)
Sep 22, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
127 people found the following review helpful
Stories written by Adriana Kraft are done with a twist on the usual plots that you find within the genre. In this m/f/f ménage, the twist is the women fall for each other and the man is left to wonder where he stands.

It all starts when Sarah and Adam meet again at their twenty-year reunion. After a night of passion, Adam flees home to his live-in lover, Maria. Sarah has lusted/loved Adam for so long, she's not giving him up this time. So, she follows him home. I loved when Sarah mistook Maria's position in Adam's household.

Adam doesn't want to upset the balance he has in his house, so he's going to push all of Sarah's sexual boundaries, thinking she'll get scared and run. But Sarah takes everything Adam throws at her and loves it. When Maria and Sarah take the plunge and get together sexually, they find themselves falling for each other.

Adam has to figure out his place in the women's lives or if he wants to share at all.

There are secondary characters from Sarah's past that show up to complicate everyone's life. All of the characters are well-written; the sex scenes are scorching hot. The story flowed along nice and easy to read. This is another great read from Adriana Kraft.
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