by Nikki-Michelle


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Best-selling author Samona de la Cruz has found herself on the wrong side of love. Even though she knows that loving Elliot Louis-Jacques is wrong, she has no desire to be right. There’s just one problem: Elliot is in a long-term relationship with Demitri Alexander.

As an openly bisexual man, Elliot has no problem with having his cake and eating it too. When he tells Mona and Demitri that he wants both of them at the same time, all hell breaks loose.

And then, just when you think you have it all figured out, Elliot’s ex steps into the picture and throws a monkey wrench that Mona never saw coming.

Sparks fly, attitudes clash, secrets are revealed, and sensuality knows no bounds in Nikki-Michelle’s new novel, Bi-Sensual.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781622868742
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 03/28/2017
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Nikki-Michelle resides in Metro Atlanta by way of Lexington, Mississippi. Carried by her love of reading, she began writing at the early age of twelve and has been on a journey to pen the perfect novel ever since (she's still working on that). Her love of writing and wanting to create stories with true-to-life situations are what inspire her to continue to write stories readers will enjoy with characters they can relate to. You can catch her works in the previously released anthologies If Only for One Night, Full Figured 3, and Girls from da Hood 7. Her full-length works include Tell Me No Secrets, Tell Me No Lies, and Bi-Satisfied

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Bi-Sensual 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Katrina Brooks More than 1 year ago
Where do I begin? After reading Bi-Satisfied (you should go peep that one out too) I knew Nikki-Michelle would bring it in this book! I anxiously waited for the release and snatched my copy the day it came out. It was well worth the wait. If I hadn’t needed to go to bed, I would’ve finished it that night. Therefore, it took me two days to read it. I’m struggling writing my review because I don’t want to give anything away. I love a book which makes me think and question things. One in which I connect on some level with the characters and of course holds my attention. Which this book does – right from the start. Once again Nikki-Michelle brings her characters to life as their story unfolds. There’s definitely some shade (“rest stop ) and one-liners (“sell sand to a desert”, “D so good it gives you the Holy Ghost”) that will make you say, “Damn!” and have a good laugh. Ohhhh the secrets that are between Elliot and Demi…you have no clue. Hell, Samona had no clue. When you think you know…you really don’t! Nikki-Michelle does an excellent job of dropping you clues and bringing it all together. Pay attention. However, you’re still going to be unprepared for how this story unfolds. Each chapter does draws you in deeper. You crave for more and you can’t help but keep reading! There’s drama no doubt and then there’s the blow your mind sexual elements as well. You’re going to love and hate all these characters…even the ones briefly mentioned. You’re going to get involved with these characters and their story. My emotions were everywhere. This story is way more than the triangle of Samona, Elliott, and Demitri. Bi-Sensual explores the depths of love. When you have it and when you lose it. It’s deeper than you expect. If you’re searching for and in my case in need of, a magnificent book to take you away for a few hours, then look no further than Bi-Sensual.
ThatSTLPhoenix More than 1 year ago
Agape: How Deep Is Your Love? What a wonderful ride? I'm very proud of Ms. Nikki-Michelle for touching on a lot of topics in such a salacious and wonderfully intense book. This story teaches you about the deep levels love has to it. This isn't for the faint of heart type of love, this is that grown, rooted love, that can get unhealthy in an attachment type of way because sometimes....that's life. Elliot was a mess, but it was Demi that took Elliot's mess and make it out of this world (Mr. Petty Love). In this story, I actually enjoyed Mona. She reminded me of someone and it made me grin when then twists and turns happened and truths spilled out like a water balloon hitting pavement. Though the end was not your traditional HEA, it was still great, and very adult. What do you do in a situation like that, but do what Mona did and I applaud her, even though... I won't ruin it. So, with that, please support this book. There's a great couple of cameos, and topics in here that everyone needs to check out and as usual, well-written in highlighting the issues going on in the LGBTx community. Read on, and enjoy. This is not one read that you will put down. "You ain't had love until you've had consummate love." - Demi (I read this in 24 hrs)