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The Lady's Not a Vamp

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  • Posted July 27, 2010

    Two Become Three

    Originally posted at: www.whippedcream2.blogspot.com ***** Two mates have become three. Rick and Tony cannot believe that they have found another mate. They thought themselves lucky to have found each other. So when they find their other Blood Mate they do not know what to do. Well except to claim her and worship her body.

    What is there not to love about these characters? It is obvious from their first meeting that Rick is a compassionate caring man. When he realizes that Cassandra (Sandy) has more problems than just not feeling well he immediately calls Tony -- the man who happens to be a police officer. Tony is just as caring and sexy as Rick and they both are quickly filled with lust towards Sandy.

    Since Sandy lacks self confidence due to her ex-husband, Rick and Tony set out to prove that she is the most sensual and sexual woman they have ever met. Of course the best way to do that is to have mind-blowing sex. If I thought low self esteem would bring me two gorgeous men like Rick and Tony, I would be walking around with my head down everywhere I went. I did enjoy reading about them convincing Sandy she was an extremely desirable woman even if I didn't get to participate.

    Although brief, the conflict was well placed. I strongly recommend you read this story. I, for one, will be going back and reading it a second time.

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