Two For Oneby Sean David Wright
Katie Shaw, a stunning Nebraska native, is single-handedly trying to solve the Big Apple's homelessness crisis. From the moment Danielle and Katie first
Danielle Edwards leads a very fulfilling life. She has a fabulous and wealthy boyfriend, a dynamic career in international finance, and a mind-blowing sex life. But despite all this, something is still missing.
Katie Shaw, a stunning Nebraska native, is single-handedly trying to solve the Big Apple's homelessness crisis. From the moment Danielle and Katie first meet to discuss a business venture between their employers, the mutual attraction between the two ladies is palpable. Yet under the circumstances they cannot do anything about it. For nearly six months, Danielle and Katie avoid seeing each other. Instead, they keep their contact limited to e-mail, though they do little to hide their feelings for one another in their correspondence.
Over time, Danielle begins to feel trapped. Despite how much she adores her boyfriend Max, Danielle is not sure she can give up the fairer sex forever. But one day Max surprises her with an interesting offer.
Suddenly, three New Yorkers find themselves in a modern day love triangle that sees Danielle able to indulge all her passions, and Max and Katie just trying to keep from going crazy.
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I had the misfortune of reading half this book..I cant explain how unconvincing the plot is, or how gross the characters morale is. Simply awful save ur money and your time.
This book was a delight! And very unexpected and extraordinarily unique. The main strength¿s of ¿Two For One¿ lie in two areas. The first is its humor. This is a very funny novel, the kind that will make you chuckle aloud even in crowded places and I found it to be a tonic of sorts because it provided me a much needed break from the horrors served up on the nightly news. The second is its message. Even though Wright never gets preachy in his book there is a meaning to his tale. ¿Two For One¿ makes it clear that the paradigm needs to shift that we all need to open our eyes to the fact that we all have different needs for happiness when it comes to relationships and love. Highly recommended reading!