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Entangled Trio

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  • Posted May 24, 2011

    Great book!

    It's been a long while since I've read a ménage, or any book that wasn't strictly m/m. I got real tired of the whiny heroine mucking everything up. For that reason, I was a bit hesitant when I picked up Entangled Trio. Truth be told, I only read it based on the recommendation of a friend who gave it a big thumbs up. I am so very glad I did, I thoroughly enjoyed this one. Well written, with believable characters and relationships, which is usually where a menage book loses me. I don't find them all that believable. Not so with this one. And oh my. what a hot, sexy number it was as well.

    I really loved the characters in this one. I found them to be quite complex, and very well written. By the end of the first chapter, I already knew I was going to love Colette. Opera diva, highly regarded, with quite the sexual appetite; submissive to her husband, dominate with David, I loved her. She really did encompass it all, no whiny heroine here. Her husband Aleksandr Petrovsky, had me actually swooning a bit. Orchestra Conductor, strong, cool, in control and devilishly handsome. I absolutely loved everything about these two and their unique relationship as husband and wife. David, small town boy from Wisconsin turned opera star was completely endearing to me and I loved watching him as the relationships between the three of them progressed.

    Not being a big opera fan, I was also a bit hesitant on that as well. However, this, I found rather exotic feeling. By the time I was finished, I wanted nothing more than to run out and experience Carmen. Never has a book piqued my interest in opera like this one did. It was written in such a way, that while Colette and David preformed, I had moments I actually felt I was there watching and could feel the chemistry on stage. Romance, opera. and kink. oh my. There's a combination I want more of.

    Bottom line. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading m/m and/or ménage romances. You won't be disappointed. I will definitely be checking out more of Cat Grant's books after reading this jewel.

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