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Ravenous (The Finn Factor) (Volume 4) Paperback – November 11, 2015
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About the Author
R.G. Alexander (aka Rachel Grace) is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author who has written over 30 erotic paranormal, contemporary, sci-fi/fantasy books for multiple e-publishers and Berkley Heat. She is a founding member of The Smutketeers, an author formed group blog dedicated to promoting fantastic writers, readers and a positive view of female sexuality. She has lived all over the United States, studied archaeology and mythology, been a nurse, a vocalist, and now a writer who dreams of vampires, witches and airship battles. RG feels lucky every day that she gets to share her stories with her readers, and she loves talking to them on Twitter and FB. She is happily married to a man known affectionately as The Cookie—her best friend, research assistant, and the love of her life. Together they battle to tame the wild Rouxgaroux that has taken over their home. RGAlexander.com
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I have no regrets. None.
I've not read any of the rest of the series, but I was able to keep up for the most part with the Finn family. This author is new to me and this will not be my last experience with her. When I need a feel good escapist read I'll be keeping her in mind. She delivers very little angst, fairly well developed characters, a little cheek, a dash of kink and a fair amount of sexy times en route to an HEA.
And with Ravenous she came to play, and by "came to play", I mean I think she peeked at my diary. The first MC, Trick, is introduced as the bad boy with a record, sleeves and some smoldering lumbersexuality that called to me. Then the second MC, Declan, is introduced as Trick's long time on again, off again lover. He's also a black Irish lumbersexual, kinky and a psychology professor!
The third piece of this triad is Jen Finn who is a bit kinky herself, likes to be "the bad girl" and I never felt like duct taping her mouth shut. Will wonders never cease?
It's clear Trick is no one trick pony (see what I did there?) and he's on a mission to make them a threesome. To that end he has been engaged in some covert operations in Jen's bedroom to get her... prepared. Which is making her a bit cray cray since he refuses to close the deal until they're all together.
Trick, however, overplays his hand and dangles his carrot in front of the raging, possessive, dirty mouthed bull one too many times and gets his ass MINE'd all over a dorm room during a toga rave while Jen looks on.
I won't lie I felt a kinship with jen and her voyeuristic ways as well as her affinity for pound town. She unapologetically wants both of them and unabashedly owns her sexuality while embracing the possibilities this burgeoning relationship presents with one slight hiccup.
It was surprisingly less erotic than the blurb led me to believe with far more focus on their feels for each other and the logistics of making their relationship work, coming out to Jen's family all while keeping the romance betwixt them at the forefront.
The Finn family dynamics did drag me down occasionally and mucked with the pacing, but overall a heartwarming read for those who enjoy polyamorous bisexual romances with an HEA.
Jennifer Finn is not only the only girl in the family, but she’s also the baby. In previous books she dumped her dirtbag fiance, got involved in a kink club, was arrested for assault, and so in this book, she’s trying to get her life together, and be the nice girl her family wants her to be. So, she is back in college, finishing her master’s degree in social work, when she meets a hot professor, who also happens to be an ex lover of the guy who’s been her bodyguard while she’s been at school.
Thankfully, the politics and intrigue of the previous books don’t really encroach on this book, and it’s about relationships, and not just Jennifer, the bodyguard, and the professor. That’s what I liked about this one the best: the relationships and their past problems and mistakes are addressed. You find out why there’s a rift between Jennifer’s parents, and her uncle Solomon, and it’s a doozy. I enjoyed reading all of it.
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