- Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Berkley; 1 edition (November 4, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 042522404X
- ISBN-13: 978-0425224045
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 130 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,168,710 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Maya Banks is a USA Today and New York Times bestselling author whose chart toppers have included erotic romance, romantic suspense, contemporary romance, and Scottish historical romances.
She lives in the South with her husband and three children and other assorted babies, such as her two Bengal kitties and a calico who’s been with her as long as her youngest child. She’s an avid reader of romance and loves to dish books with her fans and anyone else who’ll listen! She very much enjoys interacting with her readers on Facebook and Twitter as well as in her Yahoo! Group.
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Upside: great romance connection. Loved the understanding these three yummy men gave to this one woman while coming to grips with an intimate relationship together with only her. Ms. Banks did her usual superb job of reeling the reader into the love, angst, drama and pitfalls of such a relationship..keeping the pages turning.
Downside: Where's the descriptive character details? I mean, I FINALLY find out what color Reggies' hair and eyes are halfway through the book for cripes sake!! I STILL don't know if she's got long(er) hair or short...we're just told it's "dark & curly". How tall is she?? Some of the main male characters are described..some aren't..at least not much. Do we ever find out their ages?? Nothin' gripes me more than not connecting to characters and HOW CAN ONE CONNECT if you don't know what they look like???!!? Criminitly..[just a "tiny" pet peeve here]. Little snippits of info. filter through HALF WAY THROUGH THE FRIKKIN' BOOOOOK!!! I feel like Ms. Banks is holding the info. for ransom..
When this story was good...it was realllly good...at the same time, when it was bad/cheesy...gawd, was it cringingly sappy. Sappy dialogue at times.
The entire first half of this book is dealing with Reggies angst..."should she.. shouldn't she?" (accept the men's offer of a lifetime commited foursome relationship). On and on it goes..."should I?...maybe it's a bad idea...but I LOVVVE them"...gawd...
Still all in all and in spite of being left in the character description dark; I thought the story-line was told decently well and played out nicely and I found myself intrigued and curious enough not to put the book down..... The ending was wrapped up with a pretty pink ribbon with no loose ends.
Whats up with the cover pict? Reggie wasn't into fancy lingerie and shopped at WalMart for criminy sake!
Now about the sex scenes...those are so freaking HOT. There is one thing about a Maya Banks book is that this lady knows how to write alpha males with stubborn hard headed independent women.
The female MC is portrayed as a not-girly-girl: she's a cop, doesn't like makeup or getting dressed up, doesn't cook...but otherwise, she's pretty clueless and not particularly kick-ass. I lost patience with her early on, and only kept reading because I thought there might actually be a scene where all four characters have group sex. Maybe that's shallow, but why else read a book where the blurb makes it clear there's going to be a foursome involving three hot men and one woman?
And, not to spoil anybody's fun, but no, there isn't a foursome, not in that sense. What does happen is one woman having sequential sex with three men--yes, they are in the same bed, but the three guys don't interact at all. There's not even the briefest consideration on any of their parts (no pun intended) that they could touch each other... which made this a huge disappointment. For me, anyway. Your mileage may vary.