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Friday, April 22, 2011

Strangers in the Night by Brynn Paulin



Strangers in the Night by Brynn Paulin
Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (50 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F, M/F/M, Ménage, Multiple Partners, Anal Play, Spanking, voyeurism
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Mistletoe

The bar, Sin’s Door, has a reputation and McKenzie Stewart knows all about it.

She’s been warned it’s nothing but a meat market, but meeting someone is exactly what she has in mind when she goes there one hot, September night.

Little does she realise that she’ll meet not one but two men and experience pleasure that keeps her coming back for more.

Many of us have dreamed of taking that one chance and stepping outside of our comfort zone to find a true love. McKenzie does just that and she finds not one but two soul mates. She meets Gareth and Logan when she finds herself at the bar called Sin’s Door. When the men give her the night of her life she realizes she wants more and it seems the men do as well. The three must fight for their love, but will it be enough?

McKenzie is a great character. She loves with her whole heart and wears it on her sleeve. Each moment she spends with Gareth and Logan only makes her care for them more. They in turn are wonderful men. Ready for more than a fling, they show her how much she means to them in every gesture and look. The building of their relationship was a wonderful read. I really enjoyed watching McKenzie find her true self in and out of the bedroom. The love and trust that develops between the three is a wonderful thing that stands true no matter who tries to break them apart and seeing McKenzie fight for her right to love whomever she wants to made me proud to be a woman.

Strangers in the Night is a wonderful story that shows us all that love can conquer just about everything if it is strong enough. With characters full of emotions and depth this is a book that should not be missed.

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