Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Book Review -- Careless

Careless

Synopsis:
After being forced out of his company, Nelson returns home a billionaire with a hole in his life. When he meets Kimberly and Samuel, he decides he’ll have them both.

But Kimberly and Samuel aren’t a couple, and Samuel’s the one holding things up. He hasn’t dated a woman in five years, and even though it’s plain he loves Kimberly, he agrees to Nelson’s threesome on the condition that it be only one night.

Kimberly would marry Samuel in an instant if he asked. He’s just not interested. But a single night to satisfy her curiosity is better than never knowing Samuel’s kiss.

There’s no way for Nelson, Samuel and Kimberly to all get what they want, and one careless moment of weakness carries the power to destroy everything.

This tale contains explicit sexual content and graphic language that may be objectionable to some readers. Includes multiple partner interactions, sexual dominance and submission, male/male and m/m/f scenes. For adults only.


Where do I even begin with this book?

Samuel and Kimberly are BFFs, secretly in love with each other. Samuel doesn't think Kimberly looks at him as anything more than a friend, and Kimberly thinks Samuel claims to be bisexual, just to keep from coming out of the closet and he considers her the quintessential 'fag-hag.'

So, when Samuel takes a liking to the guest yoga instructor, Nelson, Kimberly feels jaded. Little does either know Nelson wants them both!!

I was indifferent to this book, to be honest. The sex scenes were HOT, on the border of SCORCHING, but they couldn't save the rest of the book from falling flat.

The end of the book was the worst part. Kimberly made it all too obvious that she wanted to be with Samuel, but Samuel walked away from it. How... or better yet, WHY? Why on earth would you walk away from someone who made it plain to be seen they wanted you, especially when you feel the same way???

Careless is available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, All Romance eBooks & Smashwords.

FINAL THOUGHTS
If you're into M/F/M threesomes or M/M erotica, the sex scenes are epic and worth reading. Otherwise, it just falls flat.
STARS: 3/5
WOULD RECOMMEND: Possibly

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