- File Size: 215 KB
- Print Length: 76 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Wild Rose Press; First Edition Scarlet Rose edition (July 22, 2011)
- Publication Date: July 22, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005EM8Z24
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #488,953 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Riding Out The Storm Kindle Edition
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Top customer reviews
This was pretty hot, it's a short book though and so it has some of the problems that pop up with novella length stories. It's not very deep, there's no character growth, etc. Story-wise, I had issues with questions about character motivation that I would have liked to have seen answered. However, I think this works well as erotica or an erotic romance because there is a story, and the sex scenes are decent.
The romance between Jill and Ethan is great, but I do want to warn romance readers that this isn't a menage love story as in the three of them are in love. Only Jill and Ethan are the love story, the second male, Zach, is just a prop in the sex scenes (as well as being Jill's ex). If you don't like your romance to have an "outsider" involved or the heroine having sex with someone other than the hero, you might not like this.
This worked for me as a fun, sexy story, with the added bonus of having a cute little romance. I enjoyed this and I'd recommend it.
Book provided by the publisher for review
Review originally posted at Romancing the Book
Riding Out The Storm was a great menage. It is about really riding out the storm.
The plot was pretty good and the characters were great. You’ve got the good guy Ethan and the bad guy Zach. Jill is the woman in the middle.
Jill is a woman who had a bad side and would try about anything with her then boyfriend Zach. She started feeling a little dirty so she decided to clean her act up.
I really couldn’t see myself as Jill. I’m just not that adventurous. She’s just a little on the wild side to me. She does know how to spice things up though, so she does have some good qualities.
Ethan is a man who has issues from a past marriage. He isn’t very secure and doesn’t know if he can be all Jill needs when he finds out about her past when they all three get stranded in a blizzard.
I could see the struggles that the two had to just figure out what they really wanted. They had issues on if they could really trust the other. They also got to act on some deep hidden fantasies. It all comes down to can they really have a relationship after everything that went on in the motel.
I will warn you that there were some pretty intense sex scenes and some anal sex. It wasn’t the hottest book I’ve ever read. It kept my attention through it all. It was a good evenly paced book. I really enjoyed the ending to the book.
I recommend this book if menage doesn’t bother you. The sex is pretty hot and not all sex scenes are with three people. So enjoy.