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Posted October 18, 2012
Sports! I love sports! Hockey is one of my favorite sports, so I was very excited to read Double Vision.
Cassandra Carr has successfully blended hockey with an emotionally charged love story. Red, Fredrik, and Liz were fun characters to get to know. Fredrik and Liz are truly in love, but Liz realizes she needs more than just one man. Fredrik is a special guy because he loves Liz so much that he will do anything that will make her happy—even sharing her with another.
Red, is much younger than Fredrik and Liz and struggles with what Liz wants. Red has a conservative, religious background and really has to work through his beliefs about what a committed relationship is and what it isn't. I thought Red’s difference in age compared to Fredrik and Liz added depth to the story. Sometimes wisdom and open mindedness come with living life. Red, thanks to his youth and background, has a lot more to question. I thought Cassandra did a fine job handling the various emotions each of these characters dealt with.
Before starting this book, I was concerned that I hadn't read the first two books in the series and that jumping in would be confusing. While reading, I discovered none of those concerns were valid. Double Vision can definitely be read as a stand alone. Having enjoyed this book so much, I’m adding the first two books of this series to my to-be-read pile.
Got Stick? Looking for a hockey fix? Score with Double Vision - Buffalo Intimidators 3 by Cassandra Carr.
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Posted January 6, 2014
After reading Double Vision, how could you not want a Red & a Fredrik in your life? Cassandra Carr keeps up the intense heat that the Buffalo Intimidators are known for. The romantic side to these guys definitely is not lacking either. For those who love, Menage, hot Hockey players, and romance....you can't go wrong with this series.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 30, 2013
I really enjoyed reading Double Vision by Cassandra Carr and the ménage story between Fredrik, Liz and Red. I was instantly hooked after the first few pages and the first sex scene was hot and had my heart racing. The author created characters that readers could care about and the sex scenes always scorching. I liked the fact that Red thought things thru and really cared about what would happen to Fredrik and Liz's already established relationship as a couple if he agreed to being in a ménage relationship with them. This showed he had heart and cared about other people's feelings which was a total turn-on and endeared him to me more. He was young but still thought with his heart and not just his "manly" parts. Fredrik showed how much he cared about Liz's happiness when they suggested entering into a ménage relationship. He never displayed any jealousy and was always understanding when things heated up between Red and Liz and he was always there for Liz when things were strained with Red due to his undecisiveness. Fredrik was the strong and sexy hero a woman could depend on. Liz was the strong, independent and sexy heroine who was not afraid of what she wanted and she wanted both Fredrik and Red. She was caring and understanding when Red voiced his doubts and concerns about entering into this unique relationship. She was not afraid to turn to Fredrik for comfort when they encountered problems. I thought these three characters really complemented each other well and were perfect for entering into a ménage relationship. I found myself rooting for all things to fall into place so that they could make this work. I really love this series and I hope there will be more books in the future.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 4, 2013
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Posted October 28, 2012
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