Book Reviews

The Reunion by Adriana Kraft at B&B Publishing

Genre Bisexual / Contemporary / Menage MFF / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by jj on 18-October-2013

Book Blurb

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

This book sizzled as two incredibly sexy women and one gorgeous guy form a super hot triad, eventually. One of the women will want something that could break up this trio. Nevertheless before that crisis hits the pages, we get to see the three of them, the two gals, and the guy and each gal in some amazingly hot clinches and we do learn about each of their lives outside of the bedroom or wherever before the predicament! These three are by far and away the best smoldering trio I have read about. Oh, bring on more of this, but read this one first! 

Sarah Atkinson attends her first high school reunion after twenty years. She goes back to hated Bumper, Iowa from Chicago. Well, it is the twentieth. She not only bumps into bad boy Adam Granger, they have super hot sex that very night fulfilling a really long-held desire. She is twice divorced at this point and this is delightfully sweet after her celibate hiatus. So why does he skedaddle? Well, after returning to Chicago and a small delay, she traces him down and decides to properly finish off their reunion romp!

Adam Granger decides to attend his twentieth high school reunion because it is the twentieth! It certainly seemed like he completely enjoyed the mutual post-reunion coital collaboration. Why he apparently ran away from Sarah took some time to become understandable. However, Adam’s drives and motivations remain mysterious for quite some time. His success and wealth were much easier to grasp than his inner workings. It takes two family-type crises to get a clearer picture as to what drives Adam’s deep, internal emotions. His quirky and sometimes impulsive actions when it came to his love life kept me off balance and a bit annoyed at this grand hunk of manliness. I yelled at him more than once to "grow up!"

Maria Ramirez is the super delight of this trio. Initially, Sarah thinks she is a maid within Adam’s household and Maria strings Sarah along for a bit while at the same time becoming increasingly enamored with her. Getting to know Maria’s background, current relationship with Adam, and new attraction to Sarah is positively entrancing. Her sexual appetites seem to have no boundaries or limits. I learned more as the story proceeds and continued to adore Maria as I got a better handle on her desires. Touché Maria!

This book brought back my need for a tall, cool, icy beverage and I loved that! The extraordinary dynamics between these three in addition to their powerhouse individuality was a treat beyond measure. Each member of this group has talents, triumphs, and scintillating personal accomplishments. Please do not miss getting to know these folks on their own and as one high-flying trifecta! Definitely recommended!





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novel. 332 pages
Heat Level
Publication Date 09-September-2013
Price $3.99 ebook, $13.65 paperback
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