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Conference Call

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2012

    Short but good

    This was a sexy read albeit very short (around 60 pgs.) I enjoyed the jelousy scenes between the two males and love the solution of sharing they come up with. Short but sweet ##

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  • Posted September 6, 2010

    Couldn't Put This Book Down!

    Originally posted at: www.whippedcream2.blogspot.com ***** "Don't do anything I wouldn't do at the conference" Good advice, but not much fun. Nothing livens up a boring business conference like some after hours negotiations and a little "team-work".

    It had been a year since Noah and Kenzie had seen each other even though they worked for the same company, in different states. While they kept in touch, thanks to a joint project, Kenzie and Noah are anxious to reignite the face-to-face chemistry and enjoy the slow burn.

    This little novella was such a fun read. Ms. Jamieson tapped into a real life common man's (and woman in this case) fantasy and made it sizzle. Her character building is strong and the plot, while simple, is well developed. Both Kenzie and Noah were such "real" people with relatable insecurities and desires. I think having the casual fling, Shaun, show up was just the right catalyst to prove to both Kenzie and Noah that their feelings for each other were real.

    I imagine writing a ménage scene can be difficult. The author has to be able to coordinate all parties involved so that no one player is left out or overshadows the players in the fun. Ms. Jamieson did a terrific job of writing the ménage scene for Conference Call. It flowed well and was incredibly hot. The M/M play is brief and adds a little extra spice to experience.

    I couldn't put Conference Call down and I think you'll enjoy this quick read as well. It's sweet, it's sensual, it's a can't miss!!

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