Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Release Day #REVIEW: Nashville Trio @AuthorJDaniels

Nashville Trio, A Music City Ménage, by Joy Daniels

After years of hard work country music duo Sweet Talk is on the verge of success. Singer Ashley Ford swore off the romantic entanglements that cost her mother her musical career, but her playing has fallen flat. She needs a spark.

Where inspirations strikes
Co-singer Rob usually find his pleasure with men, but when Ashley runs back to the arms of her ex lover Ty, he realizes that he’s no longer content being only a friend.

A tangled trio
Pride kept Ty from pursing Ashley to Nashville. When Ashley returns to his bed, Ty vows not to give her up again, even if it means sharing her with a man he finds aggravating – and surprisingly attractive.

When secrets and ambition seem poised to destroy her chance to be a star, Ashley must decide if she’s willing to risk it all for a Nashville Trio.

REVIEW
Nashville Trio is a beautiful, happy love story with the twist of a menage to kick up the heat. The author keeps the balance between solid story development and steamy sex scenes so there is more to this little erotic nugget than just the sex. A bit glossy and smooth, readers can't expect any grit to the story but the characters are well-developed. There's also a gradual development of feelings as Ashley connects with each man, and then the trio discover the possibilities of their unique relationship. The author brings out the male perspective in the menage very well, a component that many authors miss. And then once the trio makes that final leap, flames come flaring from the pages.

RATING
4 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
This book was given to us by the author. Many thanks.
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