Four Play

Four Play

by Maya Banks, Shayla Black

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ISBN-13: 9780425236697
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/05/2010
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 371,056
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Shayla Black is a pseudonym for a prolific and successful romance author who lives in Texas with her husband and daughter.

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Four Play 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 318 reviews.
LASR_Reviews More than 1 year ago
I must own up to the fact that I have been a fan of Maya Banks and Shayla Black from the beginning of their respective writing careers. All their books line my bookshelves and I promote the purchase of their books whenever possible. To me no one does erotic romance better, so I can say with absolute certainty, that the combination of these two talented ladies into one anthology is a stroke of pure genius. And ask why didn't it happen sooner? Here is the premise.one woman and three men, 2 stories, hence, Four Play. In each short story we have our heroine and her three best male friends, a little stir of the pot, fantasy revelations and boom, we have ourselves spontaneous combustion!!! In Maya Banks' Pillow Talk, Zoe is a devoted lover to firefighter Chase who shares their home with firefighters Brody and Tate. A little pillow talk later, Chase learns Zoe's fantasy, she learns his and, naturally, it will all involve their roommates. Add an extra firefighter friend and a pick up in an out of town bar with some voyeurism thrown in for good luck, mix it all together and sit back and watch. But be warned, exactly when does sooo much become too much? In Shayla Black's, Her Fantasy Men, Kelsey is secretly in love with her two closest friends and her dominating boss. Her fantasy includes all of them. Can they deliver or is that just another fantasy that can't come true? Does she really want the willingness of one over the domination of another or just the great boy next door? Or maybe she requires just a combination of all three. These are two great stories, with very hot, sweaty, exhausting sex and very graphic and enticing dialogue. Honestly, who doesn't love a firefighter? And with this many in two stories how can you go wrong. This is fun and engaging without being the same old-same old. If you are going to read erotic romance read what should be considered the gold standard. Read everything by Maya Banks and Shayla Black, but especially Four Play. Originaly posted at: Whipped Cream Reviews
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am glad I was searching for books by each author and found that both books are offered individually. Saved $5.00 rather than spending $12.99. Before you buy these expensive books, do your research. This isn't the only time I found the individual books from an anthology offered and saved some money. This review isn't for the books, but how they are offered.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Maya Banks does it again!!!this book is worth every penny. its got everything.steam hot lovin, hot guys, a strip tease,steamin hot fantasies, and a shayla banks colaberation!!!!for anyone who has read maya and shayla's books they hit it right with this one! In Pillow Talk by Maya Banks, Zoe is a woman in a committed relationship with her boyfriend Chase. Then one night, Chase reveals his number-one fantasy, which involves his two best buddies. Is Zoe game? She sure is, because it opens the door for a secret fantasy all her own. In Shayla Black's Her Fantasy Men, a girly-girl named Kelsey plays football, craves action movies, and loves knocking back a cold beer with her three best friends-all male. Yet she's never seemed sexually interested in any one of these hot guys. So what does Kelsey want? A fantasy come true for all four of them.
Keep_It_Kinky More than 1 year ago
This book had it all from two interesting writers. Maya's story was sexy and kept me turning the pages. Shayla's story was a bit more far fetched but still had me squirming in my seat. Both stories have 3 men making love to a particular woman by themselves or all together. Great read if your looking for a lust filled book from page one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love all of Shayla Black's books. I was not disappointed with this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great erotica! Stories were explicit without being too over the top. Great read and will buy more from these authors.
Maggie67 More than 1 year ago
This book is scorching and then some. Both stories are great but I did enjoy "Pillow Talk" by Maya Banks just a tad more. It's hard to go wrong with Maya Banks or Shayla Black. I am a huge fan of both of these authors and they keep getting better. Four Play is an excellent read and one I plan to keep.
aplunkett More than 1 year ago
I am a really huge fan of Maya Banks and I must say that the latest was even more erotic than her others. I am not a huge fan of "stranger" situations but it was made likeable by the depth of feeling in the characters in Banks' Story. I have never read Shayla Black before and was surprised at her story. It wasn't my favorite but neither was it horrible. If multiple partners is your thing, this book is the book to read. HOT, HOT, HOT!
harstan More than 1 year ago
"Pillow Talk" by Maya Banks. Zoe and Chase love each other with each willing to play out the other's sexual fantasy. Chase tells Zoe his most secret encounter they have not tried and to his delight she agrees. His firefighting BFFs Brody and Tate join the couple for a ménage a quartet. "Her Fantasy Men" by Shayla Black. Kelsey may play football and drink beer with gusto, but conceals her fantasy from her three BFFs. She dreams of a ménage a quartet with her and the three men who are her buddies. Rhys, Jeremy and Tucker talk with one another and soon go all out to please the star of their respective sexual wet dreams. Both erotic tales are well written exciting entries with strong casts though I'm unsure why the studs in Shayla Back's heater failed to make a move as their excuses seemed lame. Harriet Klausner
cinful1121 on LibraryThing 6 months ago
"Pillow Talk" by Maya Banks is about Zoe, Chase, Tate and Brody. Zoe is an ER nurse living with the guys who are firefighters, one of which Chase is her boyfriend. My fave is Brody so protective, quiet fierceness and just something about him draws me to his character. Zoe and Chase share some good fantasies and end up putting some of them into motion for each other in real life. Brody and Tate both have feelings for Zoe and their feelings are shared by Zoe as well which comes to the forefront later in the story. It was fun to hear about Mike Sanders from "Seducing Simon" he's still good ol' Mike. I personally love the idea of the 4 of them in a relationship and Maya does a really good job as usual balancing the action, emotions and pace of the story to make it a great read. "Her Fantasy Men" by Shayla Black is about Kelsey, Rhys, Tucker and Jeremy. "You've seen her masturbate?" Jeremy nearly came out of his chair. Tucker nearly came, period. HAHAHA makes me laugh everytime. Okay back to business. Rhys is her Mr Fix-It, firefighter neighbor. Tucker is her childhood, always there for her friend. Jeremy is her Dominant, intense Boss. They all want her and that's where the free for all starts. I do love Tucker and was so glad as the book progressed that he was skilled and ummm well endowed cuz yeah part of loving his character was the Southern Gentleman persona and all that, oh and when he gets his Dominant side out good lord is that HOT! This story pulls you, pushes you and then sets itself to rights. These two authors made a great team and this book is HOT ;)
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I have this on my keeper bookshelf. Its an interesting read with very likable characters.
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the first story by Maya Banks was really good. Steamy. The second one I found just ok. the character Kelsey was a little annoying and the alpha/dom thing irritates me, but if you're into that you'll like the story. It was cheap enough for short stories I liked that it was a quick read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you ever had a fantasy of more then one sexual partner in your bed, well you know have them please you. This book will give u that. The passion ¿that it takes to let your self explore, love, and feel. These two stories will deliver.
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I purchased this for $12.99, and I realized afterwards that I could have purchased each of the books for $3.99 each and saved some money.
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Enjoyed this book!!!
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