Book 2 of the Foster Siblings series
Title: Something New
Author: Cameron Dane
Publisher: Loose Id
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 3.75 of 5 Stars
A product of foster care, survivor Abby Gaines shields her heart and doesn’t believe in romance or love. Not even for Rodrigo Santiago and Braden Crenshaw, the two men — friends — starring in her erotic fantasies.
Tough-as-nails Rodrigo wants Abby with a passion. Just being near her makes him hard. To hide his desire, Rodrigo trades barbs and challenges everything Abby says. Rodrigo’s secret? Recently, someone else has begun arousing heterosexual Rodrigo’s libido too. Another man. Braden Crenshaw.
Bisexual, Braden has bounced between men and women in affairs that never last. He’s tired of hurting people but has never believed protege relationships can work…until Abby and Rodrigo make him start aching for something new.
When Abby begins dreaming of her parents’ brutal double murder, the visions unearth new elements that make Abby question everything she thought she knew about the crime. Once Braden and Rodrigo discover the nightmares haunting Abby, they vow to help her find answers to mystery and love whether she wants their assistance or not.
Note:This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, menage (m/m/f with m/m interaction).
Something New was entertaining. The mystery kept me guessing, though my suspicions were confirmed in the end. The sex was hot, smoking hot even, but do I dare say… there was too much of it? I know, I can’t believe I said it either. With three people there are just so many more combinations you can make; him and her; her and him; him, him, and her… you get the picture. And the poor girl needed extra absorbent panty liners for all that moisture and wetness generated, lest people think she had an incontinence problem. It brought this video to mind.
However, I did enjoy the book. Honestly! As a threesome, everyone was equally involved. It wasn’t two guys loving on one girl, they all participated and had something to bring. What I didn’t appreciate was the implication that because Branden was bi-sexual, he would never be happy with one or the other sex but needed both. Maybe that was just me reading into it, as the author didn’t make the same claim of Rodrigo, but Rodrigo went into this a little gay-for-you so his deal was only Branden would have turned his man crank. Being bi-sexual doesn’t mean you need both sexes, just that you are attracted to both. Nevertheless, they all found what they needed.
Those few things aside, it was a good, enjoyable story that I might even read again. Just for the good parts 😉
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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