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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Playtime with Sera by Laura Ashton



Playtime With Sera by Laura Ashton
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (64 pgs)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, F/F, Anal Play
Rating: 3 cherries
Reviewed by Sweet Pea

A voice mail from her hubby, Marc, informs Sera that he and an old school chum are going out for drinks, and he wants her get all spiffed up and meet them at Christo’s for dinner and a night of dancing.

At the restaurant, she takes a hard right into the lounge and bangs into Marc’s school chum, Jack, who also happens to be her fabulous-looking lady killer ex, Jack. The unlikely situation prompts a degree of discomfort for all.

As the night wears on, it becomes apparent to the ex-husband and wife that although the bonds of matrimony were severed, their original burning attraction was as strong as ever. This forces Marc to make a decision a husband should never have to make.

Is this a case of fuzzy math where one plus one equals three?

Could you handle strip poker with both your ex-husband and current husband at the same time? Sera Loy does and so much more. Jack, her ex-husband, was phenomenal in bed. But neither could get along outside the sheets, so they divorced. Sera’s now-husband, Marc, is everything she ever dreamed of in a man. But the three of them together are making her tingle.

I loved the characters in this book. The dynamics of this story - it's not often that you can put two rivals in a room and they get along. I love how the author portrayed each character and how open with their needs they were. And she even gave the heroine the love of reading which I thoroughly enjoyed and identified with.

This was a great short story, both fast-paced and sensual. Not only did the book have me fogging up the glasses, it was also my first book with f/f activities inside. I love how this author took a leap and let the couples explore their more carnal needs. I would definitely say it's well worth the three cherries.

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