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Good Enough to Share (Good Enough, Book 1)

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  • Posted July 5, 2013

    Holly left her husband James and moved in with an old friend Cha

    Holly left her husband James and moved in with an old friend Charlie in Cheshire, England. Sophie, Charlie, and Holly have been friends since their university years and are a happy bunch together but each of them had something in their past that they had to face and grow.  While most of the story is focused around Holly,  Zara manages to give us a group of great characters. Each and everyone one of them develop as they become a closer family built on lasting friendships. We get to tag along in their lives around Christmas in a way that made them feel like old friends which drew me in even more.     




    Holly is trying to start over and move on from her divorce. Sophie is a fun loving friend who looks out for everyone and tries to set up Holly with her crush Dane. Charlie is her hot guy friend that is always there for her. It's clear that after Sophie's set up with Dane they allowed themselves to act on desires that helps them all figure out what they want and who they want to become. It makes for a great sexy story filled with lust, love, and exploration. 




    While the F/M/F scene barely had anything going on sexually between Holly and Sophie she definitely still gives us a hot sexy scene that focused more on Holly and Dane. There really isn't any F/F or M/M action in the menage scenes so its perfect for those looking for sexy menage scenes with a great story without the F/F or M/M focus. I think my favorite was with Dane, Holly, and Charlie but I don't want to spoil it by talking about here. You'll have to grab it up and check it out for yourself!




    I have to go now and start book 2  Good Enough to Trust because I just can't wait to find out more about Sophie and see what else Zara has in store for us! 

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  • Posted June 16, 2013

    Guarenteed to get you hot and bothered

    Guarenteed to get you hot and bothered I was gifted a copy of this book by the author for an honest review.
    The book is an erotic romance sent in Cheshire, England. Which I loved, as I lived in Cheshire for a few years. It’s always nice to read a book that is set locally to where you are or have been.
    Holly was living in London with her Husband James. She moved to Cheshire after her divorce and become Charlie’s flatmate. Sophie, Charlie and Holly have all know each other since university.
    The character development has been really well done. The erotic scenes are good, well written and well thought out. I did find them a little mild compared to what I’ve read in the past, with ménage type books, but all the same they fitted with the book.
    I loved the way that even though they were all emotionally challenged, due to difficult experiences in their pasts, they all come together as a group. They laugh together, fight together, cry together and have wild monkey sex together.
    The leading lady Holly isn’t looking for love when she meets Dane but she is drawn to him in an unexplained way. Dane has that many emotional barriers I think a nuclear bomb would struggle to pull them down. Poor Charlie as fancied Holly since the first time they met but didn’t want to rock the boat of their friendship and burn bridges. And Sophie? Well you really have to read the book to even attempt to understand Sophie.
    Does it all come crashing down around them? Well that’ll be telling!
    Great book I really enjoyed it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2013

    Interesting

    Very different .

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