One + One = Three

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Former model Munro Sheridan has it all: beauty, brains, and a successful business. Her upscale lounge in Chelsea has quickly become the talk of the town and a hit among the A-listers. Munro is on top of the world! Not only does she have a swanky new hot spot, but two irresistibly handsome lovers – Dirk Baptiste, a Wall Street billionaire, and Rock Phillips a hunky Private Investigator, who just so happens to be Munro’s best friend. Both are renown for their prowess in the business world, and are rumored to be ...

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Overview

Former model Munro Sheridan has it all: beauty, brains, and a successful business. Her upscale lounge in Chelsea has quickly become the talk of the town and a hit among the A-listers. Munro is on top of the world! Not only does she have a swanky new hot spot, but two irresistibly handsome lovers – Dirk Baptiste, a Wall Street billionaire, and Rock Phillips a hunky Private Investigator, who just so happens to be Munro’s best friend. Both are renown for their prowess in the business world, and are rumored to be conquerors in the bedrioom as well. Valuing his friendship, Munro had never allowed herself to discover the truth as far as Rock is concerned, until now!

Their one night quickly turns into something so much more and Munro couldn’t be happier. Dirk and Rock bring Munro to heights of pleasure that she has never reached before. Soon she finds herself swept into a passion of loving two men that goes beyond what she could have ever imagined. But when danger arises, and her life is threatened, both men will do whatever it takes to protect the woman they love.

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Editorial Reviews

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"One + One = Three is a wild, titillating novel that is a great entry into the erotic romance genre." —Urban Reviews
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312560157
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 8/4/2009
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 1,162,188
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Sasha James is a prolific writer, who paints pictures with her words. She's hard at work on the second addition to this exciting series. Sasha divides her time between New York, and Chicago.

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  • Posted November 16, 2009

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    Couldn't connect with the characters

    I found this book difficult to connect with the characters. Wasn't a lot of romance for me. More of just a basic "Ok, here's our story." The story ending seemed more like an afterthought than an good ending. It felt like more attention was paid to making sure the characters used currently terminology in their talking rather than in building the characters up themselves.

    Okay for a quick read but not a keeper, IMO.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 5, 2009

    great book

    this was a great book i hope that there are more to come. i couldn't put this down when i started to read it.Praise to sasha james!!!!

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  • Posted July 22, 2009

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    A sizzler

    She was born Margaret Smith in a small Michigan town; however she took the name Munro Sheridan when she became a fashion model. While performing, she never thought of what comes after though she planned to retire at thirty, which she does to the shock of everyone as the towering exotic beauty still has several great years if she has chosen to stay.-------

    Rockmon "Rock" Phillips has been Munro's friend from her Margaret elementary school days. They remained close and have shared some heated trysts over the years. Rock met and became friends with Dirk Baptiste when they both lived and played in London. Back in New York Rock and Munro take off where they left off; but this time Dirk has joined them setting up a ménage a trois. However, several accidents at the Strutt lounge she has had built has worried Munro as each new incident is increasingly more dangerous than the previous one; she and her two mates fear someone is sabotaging her new nightclub.---------

    The key to this fascinating Manhattan ménage a trois is the three lead characters and their relationships are put out their with no fan fare for readers to accept and enjoy or not. The story line is driven by the trio to include flashbacks that augment understanding their desires. The mystery at Strutts is a fine subplot that also augments the threesome's arrangement as the two men who cherish the heroine vow to keep her and her club safe. ONE AND ONE = THREE is not for everyone, but those who enjoy something out of the ordinary in their exotica will appreciate Sasha James' fun tale while wondering who will be standing hard when one and one = ecstasy for two at the climax.----

    Harriet Klausner

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