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A story of sexy firefighters, a mystery partner, and embracing the unknown - literally!

From the author of Truth and Games and Over the Top!

Lea's got a four-alarm fire raging and she knows just who she wants to put it out. Or does she?

Lea is visiting Atlanta on a job interview, and her best friend's brother, Sean the firefighter, is happy to give her a place to sleep. But his is the bed she'd rather sleep in.

Or perhaps it's his roommate Andy's? And when a visitor comes to her that night...Well, who is she to be picky if it's one, or if it's the other, or...?

A tale of lust, mistaken identity, uncertainty, and embracing the unknown - literally.

(MF, MMF ménage à trois. Explicit language and scenes of sexuality between consenting adults).

©2013 Stillpoint Digital Press (P)2014 Stillpoint Digital Press

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  • 02-02-14

Boring story; Over-the-top narrator

The story, naturally, focuses around sex. Though the story implies that there will be some sort of ménage a trios, a f/m/m tryst, and that really never happens. Though there is a very, very small bit of m/m on action, brief, non-detailed oral and hand session, but not worth buying for that. It amounts to little of nothing. And the f/m sex was nothing special either; it didn’t seem to even rise to the level of erotica. The narrator tried to spice the story up through his sound effects and dragging on every, every, every word almost, which wears thin soon. But the narrator’s attempt didn’t help the lacking story. And the story had some confusing parts as a result of inconsistencies. Even in fantasies, that’s bothersome. Also, it would’ve been great if the author was able to have her characters move beyond the exclamation of “f***.” I agree that it has multiple uses beyond a verb. But it was so tiresomely overused in this brief tale. I’m done with this author. There’s nothing special at all and not even worth $4.86. Apparently there’s a reason why I never bought this author’s tales before. I should’ve stayed with that option.

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