Thursday, July 15, 2010

Review: Man in the Middle by Sommer Marsden

Man in the Middle by Sommer Marsden

Publisher: eXcessica Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 2



A two story collection of hot couples who decide to make things even hotter by putting a man in the middle.

In Some Things, a friend of Joe's stirs the pot and puts Zoe in a corner. "There are some things you simply don’t ask for. I know that. And I had done a damn fine job of keeping this particular thought-wish-dream to myself. Until that jackass, Drake, undid it all."

Zoe ends up confessing a long-held fantasy of seeing her husband with another man while he's with her. What Zoe is not expecting after spilling the beans is that Joe will do whatever he can to make sure she gets what she wants.

In Hidey Hole, a drawer riddled piece of furniture shows Jill a glimpse of Peter's past in a note. Now that we’re moving, I want you to know that you mean so much to me. And when I’m lonely or sad, I will always think of us together. How you smelled, how you touched me, what you tasted like...

Jill pieces together her husband's adolescent experimentation and wonders (aloud) if he might just do it again. But this time for her. Lucky for Jill, Peter's all about pleasing his wife.

Warnings: This title contains graphic sex and language, m/m sex, anal sex, and multiple partners.

Ashira Datya’s Review

Man in the Middle is actually two short stories. The first story is about Joe and Zoe. A porno about a married man helping his wife fulfill all of her sexual fantasies is recommended by a friend of Joe's. When he and Zoe watch it together, it sparks a question from Joe about what Zoe's fantasies are, which are a little out of the ordinary if you ask me, but well written, believable and hot nonetheless.

The second story is about Jill and her husband Peter, who is excited about receiving hand built furniture from his deceased grandmother's estate. While he is called into work for a computer emergency, Jill continues to look in the furniture for the hiding spots Peter swore was in each of them. In one of such hiding spots, Jill finds a letter that changes everything.

I really enjoyed Man in the Middle, both of the stories were sizzling hot. The author did an amazing job of writing the story so that the reader feels like he or she is a part of the story and physically in each scene. I would read more by this author again, no doubt about it. I give Man in the Middle three Tea Cups and a heat score of two. Happy reading!

3 Tea Cups!


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