Sunday, November 21, 2010

Review: Hearts A Plenty by Rosemary Gunn

Hearts A Plenty by Rosemary Gunn

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 4



Welcome to Awry, the sleepy Midwest town where family roots run deep and friendships deeper; where passion burns white-hot and secrets are everybody’s business.

Claire and Jared’s love affair is intense before Mark arrives in town for the Thanksgiving holiday. The three spend the week partaking in each other, expressing their gratitude and the spirit of sharing in the most erotic and physical way possible. But when the lovers must gather around the festive family table to celebrate and give thanks, will their newly expanded relationship be met with approval or shame? Claire loves both men and they are indeed her lovers, but Mark is also something more. Her stepbrother. Will they have the courage to fight for the love in their hearts?

Contains: Ménage, MFM, anal play/sex; polyamory

Monica’s Review

Hearts a Plenty by Rosemary Gunn is a very interesting short story about how a family bond can be easily broken or embraced. Claire has been with her boyfriend for several months but there is something brewing within her heart that has her rethinking her love life.

Jared has embraced Claire to the extreme in letting her know how he feels about her but will that be enough for her to see how it can work with her stepbrother? That's correct—she wants a little bit more in her love life, not only Jared, but Mark also. I would have never thought of how you could fall in love with your own stepbrother but anything is possible. Claire and Mark are both torn apart and worried how their families feel.

They are two families united by their parents and time to see if it is possible for them to come out and let them know that they love each other. Can Mark find a why to share Claire with her current boyfriend? Wow, this is something that I have never thought of possible but then again they are not related by blood and whom your heart chooses is hard to steer from. Not only trying to figure out what your family will think but how about your surroundings. I guess that as long as your family is with you and your partners are okay with it, that's all that matters. What they do in the privacy of their own home is their business. Read this book and find out if Claire, Mark and Jared can convince their family that they are meant to be together or are they going to have their hearts broken?

3 ½ Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Rosemary Gunn said...

Monica, thank you for the lovely review of Hearts A Plenty! It warmed my heart.


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