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Though she and Aleks have an open marriage, Colette vows never to see David again. But when her new costar cancels right before opening night, she has no choice but to suggest David as ...
Though she and Aleks have an open marriage, Colette vows never to see David again. But when her new costar cancels right before opening night, she has no choice but to suggest David as a replacement.
It doesn't take long before Aleks notices the amazing chemistry sizzling between David and his wife-and realizes he's attracted to the gorgeous young singer himself. He and Colette quickly make it their mission to seduce him.
The three of them explore the far reaches of pain and pleasure. But Colette and David both soon learn they must guard their hearts closely, or risk losing themselves within this entangled trio.
Posted May 24, 2011
It's been a long while since I've read a ménage, or any book that wasn't strictly m/m. I got real tired of the whiny heroine mucking everything up. For that reason, I was a bit hesitant when I picked up Entangled Trio. Truth be told, I only read it based on the recommendation of a friend who gave it a big thumbs up. I am so very glad I did, I thoroughly enjoyed this one. Well written, with believable characters and relationships, which is usually where a menage book loses me. I don't find them all that believable. Not so with this one. And oh my. what a hot, sexy number it was as well.
I really loved the characters in this one. I found them to be quite complex, and very well written. By the end of the first chapter, I already knew I was going to love Colette. Opera diva, highly regarded, with quite the sexual appetite; submissive to her husband, dominate with David, I loved her. She really did encompass it all, no whiny heroine here. Her husband Aleksandr Petrovsky, had me actually swooning a bit. Orchestra Conductor, strong, cool, in control and devilishly handsome. I absolutely loved everything about these two and their unique relationship as husband and wife. David, small town boy from Wisconsin turned opera star was completely endearing to me and I loved watching him as the relationships between the three of them progressed.
Not being a big opera fan, I was also a bit hesitant on that as well. However, this, I found rather exotic feeling. By the time I was finished, I wanted nothing more than to run out and experience Carmen. Never has a book piqued my interest in opera like this one did. It was written in such a way, that while Colette and David preformed, I had moments I actually felt I was there watching and could feel the chemistry on stage. Romance, opera. and kink. oh my. There's a combination I want more of.
Bottom line. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading m/m and/or ménage romances. You won't be disappointed. I will definitely be checking out more of Cat Grant's books after reading this jewel.
Posted October 7, 2011
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