Calling the Shots

Calling the Shots

by Christine d'Abo
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Calling the Shots 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
twocoulters More than 1 year ago
Thanks to the publisher, Carina Press, and NetGalley for the chance to read this! This is the fourth installment in Christine d'Abo's Long Shots series. However, this is the first book by this author I've read; so I had no idea what to expect. Before starting this book, I was concerned that I hadn't read the first three books in the series and that jumping in would be confusing. While reading, I discovered none of those concerns were valid. Calling the Shots can definitely be read as a stand-alone. This is a smoking hot ménage story with something special that succeeded in convincing me, the reader, that the threesome relationship could actually work. With two seriously sexy guys, a feisty heroine, and an intriguing and suspenseful plot, what’s not to love? I was looking for something straight-forward: smutty, sexy and not much of a plot line to think about – but I got much more than that!!! Having enjoyed this book so much, I’m adding the first three books of this series to my TBR pile. It's well written and the complexities of the characters make it interesting beyond the sexual exploits. This is a sexually explicit story – just a warning in case that makes you uncomfortable. Disclosure: This ebook was provided to me free of charge through NetGalley for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
U won't regret this one if u like mmf menage. Even the perfect plot
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Luv this book ...story is awesome. .very different
pilsilver30 More than 1 year ago
yes, I'd like to highly recommend this book but only for a specific audience. If you don't like to read about BDSM clubs, sex scenes between m/f/m then don't read it and don't leave nasty reviews. Read what Oprah recommends, I'm sure you'll be much smarter...
arlenadean More than 1 year ago
By: Christine D'Abo Published By: Carina Press Age Recommended: Adult Reviewed By: Arlena Dean Rating: 4 Book Blog For: GMTA Series: Long Shorts #4 Review: "Calling The Shots" by Christine D'Abo is the fourth in the 'Long Shorts' series for this author. This story has lots of twist and turns that kept you reading to see what was coming next in this story. Now, I want you to know that this is a menage relationship, so if this isn't your kind of genre....You know what to do. This was definitely a story of three people who were learning to embrace just who they were and trying to fight off the demons of their past and in the end finding love. It was quite a read seeing these three laughing, flirting and teasing each other. The characters were all well developed and omg the erotic love scenes were...well this is the time that I say you must pick up "Calling The Shots" to see just what all this is about. Be ready for a lots of drama along with this good read. If you are looking for a good steamy book with a menage trios relationship, "Calling The Shots" would be recommended to you.
ElizabethT More than 1 year ago
This is an erotica book about two guys and one chick. I loved how real they were and the issues they all had to work through. I really enjoyed this book and I highly recommend this book to others
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kisnana More than 1 year ago
Loved this book!!!
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Michela_Walters More than 1 year ago
Calling the Shots is the fourth book in a series that all take place in and around a sex club, Mavericks and a coffee shop, the Pulled Long Cafe. I read the first three of the series and really enjoyed them. The last book isn’t about the Long siblings who run the Pulled Long Cafe, but rather it’s about Josh Scott, the owner of Mavericks where much of the previous installments took place. Josh is bi, and previously was part of a threesome involving Paul & Sadie (see Double Shots). Ever since his encounter with them he’s been feeling lonely and doesn’t know what to do about it. He’s been finding the random hookup unfulfilling and has thought about opening up another sex club in Montreal just to get away from the happy couple. When his manager, Beth Norris and head bartender, Oliver Stephenson suggest they get together, it’s too much for him to resist. The story is filled with twists and turns, some of which seemed a bit too much, but I enjoyed the story regardless. I liked how Christine d’Abo told the tale in a pretty realistic way. She didn’t sugarcoat the difficulty of having a relationship with two people at the same time. She showed the various emotions and hurt feelings that can happen when dealing with such a relationship. Overall, the sex was steamy, the plot was well written and my only complaint is based on the ending of this book, it seems like this is the end of the series. I’ll miss these well crafted characters and would always welcome if d’Abo decided to write a little more of any of these relationships. I recommend the entire Long Shot series if you like fast paced, a little kinky, a little dirty all encompassed in a sound story.
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Bad story line. Not impressed with how it was wrote.
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