Roses & Thorns

Roses & Thorns

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Her Men by Ashley Ladd



Blurb:

Forty-four-year-old Julie Weston has loved Timmy and James since her college days twenty-something years ago. She’s fantasized about both men all these long years, never able to choose between them.

She attends their college marching band reunion, hoping Tim and James will go too. When both men show up, her dreams are answered. They’re sexier than she imagined and she prays that they won’t be disappointed by her older self.

It turns out both men came just to see her again and neither is happy about the other man’s presence. They fight over her, confusing her more than ever. It takes a hot m√©nage—or two—for her to decide which one she’s in love with.

Review by Julie Grimm:

I gave Her Men the first thorn for the plot line. Really? A college marching band reunion? The writer only uses this as an excuse for them to get together although I still don’t know what goes on at one of these reunions. I gave it the second thorn for the erotica. Julie Weston fantasizes about having sex with both men, and when she gets her wish, it happens just exactly as the fantasy is first written. There are no surprises there. The third thorn is for the ridiculous behavior of the two men. It’s so unbelievable.

Length:  90 Pages
Digital Price:  $3.50

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Thanks for visiting. Rose, Julie, Donna, & Rochelle

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