From the author of Downtown Devil and Crosstown Crush comes the final novel in the trilogy that gets you up close and personal with the thrill of ménage à trois.
Online, Suzy Park and Meyer Cohen are a hot, young couple willing to try anything their paying viewers desire. Their chemistry offline, though, is fizzling out. They’d call it quits if not for the high they get from captivating their audience with mind-blowing sex.
Lately, however, one of their clients has begun captivating Suzy. With requests for vanilla lovemaking that annoy Meyer to no end, Lindsay seems to be a lonely innocent needing an imitation of romance. Suzy and Lindsay discover a bond that only deepens once the camera stops rolling, but Lindsay has a secret—that “she” is really a he pretending to be a woman for research—and the cost of confessing could turn a simple arrangement into a hands-on education...
Includes an exclusive excerpt of the first Sins in the City Novel, Crosstown Crush
Praise for Cara McKenna
“The sweet, smoking-hot, standout erotic romance you’ve been craving.”—New York Times bestselling author Beth Kery
“McKenna is a master.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks
“Dirty and mesmerizing.”—Fiction Vixen
“McKenna knows how to write sexy-as-hell bad boys.”—New York Times bestselling author Jaci Burton
About the Author
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Online, Suzy Park and Meyer Cohen are a hot, young couple willing to try anything their paying viewers desire. Their chemistry offline, though, is fizzling out. They’d call it quits if not for the high they get from captivating their audience with mind-blowing sex. Lately, however, one of their clients has begun captivating Suzy. With requests for vanilla lovemaking that annoy Meyer to no end, Lindsay seems to be a lonely innocent needing an imitation of romance. Suzy and Lindsay discover a bond that only deepens once the camera stops rolling, but Lindsay has a secret—that “she” is really a he pretending to be a woman for research—and the cost of confessing could turn a simple arrangement into a hands-on education... Review: This was a very unconventional book/romance. I liked that it was not like anything I had read before. Suzy and Meyer create live action sexual encounters online to paying customers. Suzy becomes attached to Lindsay, who turns out to be for intents and purposes a 40 year old virgin and he is a man not a woman. This is the part I liked most was that Lindsay (John) was the socially awkward and sexually inexperienced one. I really liked John and I liked him and Suzy together. They were very good together and liked their exchanges through email and phone. They were sweet together even when they were getting dirty. I guess my biggest issue was with Meyer. For me he was a jerk and not likable. Because I did not like him and since he was an integral part of the story I had a hard time fully enjoying it. I think the writing was excellent and I would definitely read the Author again. The book was packed with super sexy and well-written intimate scenes. There are some M/M scenes as well as M/F/M and M/F, just to forewarn those who may not like the different pairings. This is the last book in the series, had not read the others and I had no difficulties or being confused. 3.5Stars *I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book provided by the publisher.*
Cara McKenna likes to tease us with provocative stories, and her menage a trois series, Sins in the City has certainly delivered. This last story takes the interesting premise of a web cam couple who meet one of their subscribers in person in a surprisingly sweet yet still very erotic romance. Suzy Park and Meyer Cohen are best friends, who just happen to have sizzling sexual chemistry. They've taken that attraction and parlayed it into a successful web cam business, performing live action scenes for a paying audience. Anything goes for them – dirty and rough or sweet and sensual, at the whim of the client. One of their favorites is Lindsay, whose requests are always politely worded and focus on Suzy's pleasure and the romance of their hour together. When Suzy initiates a conversation with Lindsay via the chat function of their online connection, it leads to a startling revelation – Lindsay, always assumed by the couple to a spinsterish older woman is in fact a 40 year old man. John Lindsay didn't set out to deceive the Parks (as they are known online) but who wants to admit they are a shy, sexually inexperienced man? As a successful action novel writer, John's stories pack a punch but get poor sex scene reviews, a fact he's decided to remedy by going the interesting route of studying a web cam couple for research. And it's not as if he's the only one who's been keeping a secret – Suzy and Meyer aren't really a happily married couple as they display on screen either. When the chance to meet Suzy in person comes up, John is nervous but excited. It would be a lie to say that he hasn't developed a crush on her. But he's equally interested in the dominant and self assured 'Mr. Parks' as well. A hands on education is at his command – if he's willing to take the chance. Could it lead to something more? What an enjoyable story! Of course the sex is super hot, but what makes it so is John's relative inexperience and the emotional undertones of the scenes he shares with Suzy, and with Meyer as well. All three are bisexual (or at least John is bi-curious), and with no hangups on Suzy and Meyer's side and their anything goes attitude, they are quickly able to put John at ease. The story is told from Suzy and John's point of view and they are the ones who get the developing relationship, with Meyer the third. There is no sense of jealousy on his part either – Meyer's been monogamous in his relationship with Suzy as part of their contract for camming with her for a year. He's thrilled with the opportunity to initiate John into the finer points of male/male sex. The sweet part of the story comes from Suzy and John developing a friendship that leads to intimacy both of the body and the heart. It's romantic and it's tender, and really quite the contrast to the scenes with Suzy and Meyer that are funny, direct and unfiltered, especially when it comes to discussing sex since it's their business. There is in fact a happy ending to this story that totally fits the way these three come together. Midtown Masters is a sweet, poignant and super steamy erotic romance about sex and love and friendship.