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Dinah's Dark Desire Paperback – May 19, 2007
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Dinah had always loved Taylor and Ian as the best friends they were, but since she went to live with them, she never took their sexual innuendos and teasing serious because she knew they were lovers. Little did Dinah know, but Taylor and Ian wanted a women in their relationship that they could both love, and they were determined to make sure she know their intent. They both knew only too well Dinah was in a delicate state, and planned to do whatever it took to gain her love and trust. As they all get closer, she wonders what it would be like to be with them both, and when she experiences it, knows some changes are coming. She has some decisions to make.
Just as Dinah warms to with the idea of a permanent relationship with Taylor and Ian, they run into Ian's former girlfriend Cait. She instantly dislikes Dinah, and Taylor isn't happy with the reunion either. Taylor later explains that Cait and Ian used to be an item, and that she still wants him exclusively to herself. When Brad makes contact with Dinah, and someone targets her for some unknown reason, as much as she loves her men, she knows she must stand on her own and live on her own for a while. Will they wait for her? Can she have the kind of relationship with them that they have been seeking?
I enjoyed this book, but the story was too short, and the writing suffered for it. I also don't think that the relationship between Cait and Ian was really wrapped up. Ian let it slip that he had seen her more than the times Taylor even knew about, and he also told Cait the intimate details of his life with Taylor and Dinah. He wouldn't have done that if they were really over. Then there were the references Taylor made to Ian about Ian's deep feelings for Cait, and how he was still holding out hope she would change. Those type of deep feelings don't just disappear overnight.
My problem comes with the delivery. The story was just way too rushed and not fleshed out enough. I read about the connection that the characters have but I didn't feel it. Another thing that got to me even though its a small problem is that in the first few pages of the book the author calls a character by the wrong name. This pulls the reader out of the story.
I am intrigued enough to look up another of this authors work and give it a try though.
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