Friday, May 6, 2011

Review: Naked Research by Dee Dawning

Naked Research by Dee Dawning

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Rebecca Roth, an author of erotic romance novels, writes from experience. Except her latest book is about something she has never experienced--a ménage a trois.

Seeking to expand her horizons, she visits a popular cocktail lounge and runs into Kevin MacCloud, a man’s man and a woman’s Lothario. Sparks fly between them. She wants him desperately, and the feeling is mutual, but she needs a second lover. Fortunately, Vince, his roommate with movie-star looks, is at home and willing to please.

Wendy's Review

Naked Research has you wanting more with the title and Dee did not disappoint the reader.

Rebecca Roth was a romance author who didn't want her readers to realize that she went on the kink side of writing so she came up with another name to write under, Dede Wilson. Needing more information and actual experience on a ménage a trios, the added bonus was her birthday was today and she didn't have anything to do. Going to a bar to meet men, hopefully really fast, so that her research will be done. Meeting Kevin MacCloud was nice and he was eye candy but he wasn't two, she needed a menage tonight, not a single. Life comes to play when Kevin mentions his roommate Vince as a possible second if she could wait 24 hours for Vince to get home. Dreams do come true.

Dede and Kevin start off the night with a bang and he was more than willing to give her all the orgasm she could handle until Vince made a surprise return home and joined the fun. Dede made sure that they understood this was research and took over the nights agenda but somehow the night turned out to be more than she bargained for. Leaving was the only option the next morning, no repercussions, no regrets.

What Dede didn't realize was that she actually needed Vince and Kevin as her men, without the book. She wanted it all—they made her feel the sexual satisfaction she only wrote about but never actually felt.

Going through life without Dede was not an option for the men, they go to all lengths to find the woman of their dreams.

Dee did a wonderful job keeping the reader's attention. Giving the ultimate surprise in the end was great. This book has everything that makes a romance worth reading over and over.

5 Tea Cups!

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