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Pulled Long

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2012

    highly recommend

    great read

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  • Posted December 12, 2011

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    Loved the build towards this book...

    My Review:
    I have been anticipating this book throughout both of the other two books in this trilogy. Ian and Blue Eyes have had a flirtatious relationship throughout this entire series. If anyone deserves a good romance, it is Ian. He works so hard at the family coffee-house and he needs a good reason to take a break.

    It broke my heart in the last book, when Ian found out that Blue Eyes was going through a divorce and rejected his attentions because of it. You could tell at the time that both men were devastated. Ian's last relationship went wrong when his love interest was sexually conflicted. Ian doesn't want to go through that pain again. When he hears that Blue Eyes has been married to a woman, he immediately thinks that Blue Eyes is simply playing a game and experimenting with his sexual orientation, but there is more to the story than that.

    And so the book starts with a midnight visit from Blue Eyes where he finally reveals his name, Jeff. OMG, I love the way that Christine laid this book out. The opening scene between these two men was so perfect with the build-up that we have had with their relationship in the last two books. There is no denying that they are both incredibly drawn to each other, but Ian is leery and Jeff is unwilling to go halfway with their relationship. It makes for some explosive, emotional situations between the two of them that kept this book sizzling from page one.

    These two are great characters together. Both of these guys own their own business so they are both really intelligent, confident people, but Ian seems more vulnerable in this book. He doesn't want to get hurt again. Jeff is definitely the more aggressive of the two. He knows what he wants and he is okay with pushing to get it. There is an exhibitionist aspect to this novel (this is erotica) that makes this book so incredibly hot, but at the base of it all is romance and love and it is gorgeous!

    This has been a fabulous series. I am a huge coffee lover so the setting completely worked for me. I enjoyed the push and pull of the relationship between the three was written to be so true to how things really can be between siblings. Having the influence of the sex club, Mavericks, across the street provided some really hot scenes. If you like erotica, I HIGHLY recommend this wonderful series by Christine d'Abo!

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    Posted February 4, 2012

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