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  • Posted July 7, 2011

    Hot Read

    "Sharing had never been as sweet as it was bitter, or as depraved as it was heavenly. " Ten years after answering an add in the paper listed as "Girl to share" Ariane soon realizes that the two men who posted the add wanted to share her as much as living space. Now married to both men with twin girls, she thinks everything is good in her world until she realizes that one of her husbands is lusting after a co-worker.

    A sequel to Shared. Shared Too takes on a drastic turn from the first book where I was left with the feeling that Ariane, Quinn, and Liam would live happily ever after. I even formed an attraction to both Quinn and Liam and thought they were the perfect male specimens. However, my feeling for Quinn took a nosedive in this book and I did not know if I hated him or loved him for the first half of the story. Thank God for Quinn as he was pretty much the glue that kept everything from falling apart between the three even though he had a lot of stress and fear that he hid from the others.

    This story is high on the emotional scale and kept me anxious and on the brink of tears a time or two with fear that their perfect world would come to an end from one calamity or another. Truly, this story has a new and enthralling plot with a number of unique twists that added a lot of sparks in the sex scenes and left me fanning my face a few times. I even got my first taste of F/F sex, which I found quite a delightful experience, and it definitely added a new level of excitement to the storyline.

    One thing is certain, I will not forget this book any time soon and may even read it again in the future. I would recommend reading the first book, Shared, to get a better view of each of the characters personalities and how they met, however, it is not necessary in order to follow and enjoy Shared Too.

    I will be keeping an eye out for more books by Ms. Harlem in the future.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

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  • Posted August 6, 2013

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    “I received this book as a review copy in return for an honest review”
    Shared Too by Lily Harlem
    This was a great follow up to Shared. Ariane is a very lucky woman to have two husbands that please her every chance they get. While the girls are away they decide to make the most of it. Ariane always thought they had a wonderful life until someone had caught the eye of one of her husbands. Jealousy does make an appearance but only for so long until one night the threesome turned in to an all out orgy! I really didn’t see this one coming and once I did, I got my hopes up only to be shot down again. Lily is truly talented writer. I am hoping there will be another Shared book to come because I can never get enough of this hot married trio…

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