Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Book Review: Calista's Men

Book Title: Calista's Men
Author: Jory Strong
Publisher: Ellorascave
Pages: Novel
Cost; $ 5.95
How I Got it: Purchased
Description:
Have you ever wondered what it would be like with a woman we actually cared about? One who belonged just to us? One who wanted more from us than a good time… A woman we could have together or separately. One who saw us as individuals who came as a package deal? One who was waiting for us at the end of the day?"
"No."
"No?"
"I like them easy and I like to share them with you. End of story, Benito."Getting involved with any woman, much less one who might ultimately drive a wedge between him and Benito, is the last thing Dante needs, especially now, when his life is already in turmoil. The wealthy, influential family of a murder suspect he killed in the line of duty is portraying him as a trigger-happy vigilante, putting his career and reputation on the line.
But as soon as he sees Calista Burke—and witnesses Benito's identical reaction to her—he knows the stakes have just gotten higher and a lifetime of never risking his heart is about to be put to the test.
My take on the book:
Sign me up for two of these please. Dante & Benito Hello!?! hot damn Ms. Strong can write. The story is about twin brothers who have a need to share the women that they make love to. In walks Calista a school teacher who screams 'let's settle down and have children' Dante wants to run the other way Benito? He's all set to pop the question & settle down. Calista is also attempting to shake her good girl image by working as a private investigator for Bulldog who owns Crime Tells (which is the name of the series just so you know).  Her case intersects with Dante's case; which really pulls out his dominate side and he helps her with her case as a way to get to know her better.

This is a steamy, raunchy, sexy, hot book, the action flows, the characters are well fleshed out and have complicated thoughts and feelings which make them feel real. The sex is out of this world amazing as a trio & alone. The men insisted on getting to know her as part of their own relationships as well as a trio, which I really loved. There are some BDSM themes throughout the novel & Dante is extremely secy and dominating without being domineering.  I love this story & continuously find myself re-reading it, because I love the love story forming between the three & the struggle that Dante & Benito find themselves in. One not wanting to fall in love and trust anyone else but his twin, & the other struggling not to have to walk away from his twin because he can't walk away from the woman.

This is a definite go to Ellorascave and purchase title. I love the heck out of Jory Strong, as far as I have read none of her books have ever disappointed, so get this one as well!!!.

Enjoy

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