The Key Party: A Novel

The Key Party: A Novel


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ISBN-13: 9780972277167
Publisher: Black Print Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 01/28/2002
Pages: 280
Product dimensions: 5.22(w) x 8.24(h) x 0.60(d)

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The Key Party 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
CWASH1024 More than 1 year ago
I would not ecommend you run and purchase this book. If you can borrow it then it is worth reading. THe plot was kind of predicatable as were the characters.
Guest More than 1 year ago
4 couples, 4 keys and one night. The Key Party by is interesting from beginning to end. Nikki Reynolds is the freak of the bunch. Always coming up with ways to keep their tines together exciting she decides to throw a key party. Sending out invitations to her closest friends, she decides to take all of their relationships to a new level. Nikki and her husband Chris have a wonderful marriage. He is used to his wife¿s ¿different¿ ways. Always down to please her he wonders if this time she has gone too far. Renee and Jason are always going through changes. Jason is dealing with some real demons from his childhood and he is taking things out on Renee. Renee just wants to love Jason and be his wife. But there are things that are keeping her from accomplishing her goal. Kay and Kevin are the easygoing laid back couple. When the Key Party arises they discover feelings within them that can¿t be shared with each other. Lynda and Rick are just going through the motions. Both realize that they can¿t make one another happy, but they don¿t have a clue as to why. When it all comes down to it they both are headed in the same direction. Lisa Nicole Hankerson, and Siddeeqah Perryman have crafted a great first novel with a spicy twist. The Key Party will have you dying to get to the last page. This is a great discussion book. Readincolor Reviewers Angie Pickett-Henderson
Guest More than 1 year ago
Talk about a book that keeps you reading, glued to its pages until the very end and you're talking about The Key Party. A super quick read because you simply cannot put this book down. In The Key Party you become acquainted with Nikki, Lynda, Kay and Renee and their 4 men as they explore the possibilities of extending their long term friendship. The reader becomes engrossed in the various stages of their relationships- the 10 year married couple, the engaged couple, the couple who is exclusively dating each other and the other long term married couple. Each is open to the idea of expanding their horizons to work toward a better sex life, thus the idea of the key party. Nikki, the party planner extraordinaire, comes up with this idea. As the book progresses, the relationships of the 4 couples are further exposed to show the bad sides as well. Everything isn't always as it seems on the outside. I will say that the Key Party takes place and by the time the day of the party comes, the reader is torn between wanting it to happen and wanting relationships to stand. If you don't know what a key party is, read this book. If you know what a key party is, read this book for ideas. Each character is reasonably well developed. Something that isn't found too often in 'short' books. This leads me to want to request a sequel or at least a continuation to the story. I think the book ended a little too soon. These two authors have done a wonderful job of spinning a tale in a concise manner. The compactness of the book is inviting to the reader, the subject matter is intriguing and compels us to keep on reading. I'm sure that you can find some similarity in one of the characters which makes reading more interesting and gripping. There are several plot twists that make the book riveting. Some of them are predictable but others keep you guessing. I'm sure the authors really have a bright future with their writing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really did enjoy reading this book, I finished it in two days. It is really a page turner, however I can't understand how friends would want to participate in something like this, just too risky!!