Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Review ~ Time to Play (Allusifa Siblings #1) by Sam Crescent

Time to Play (Allusifa Siblings, #1)




One night of hot sex was never supposed to be complicated.

Simone hates men who cheat. When she catches her current boyfriend with another woman, she finds the nearest bar and spends the night with a mysterious and alluring stranger. 

Come Monday...

Callum Gallagher is looking for a thief. Someone is stealing his money and making it look like Simone is the culprit. He knows it cannot be her. Callum enlists her help with a little persuasion. 

She never expected to meet her mystery man or to be attracted to him and his brooding friend. Cole Turner gets under her skin unlike any other man. When their innocent kisses take on a whole new meaning, will she be able to resist both men? 

After witnessing the disaster of her parents marriage, Simone cannot bring herself to trust any man with her heart. Will Cole and Callum break the ice surrounding her heart?
Sexy and hot!

Simone was having a really crappy Valentine's Day, and it wasn't getting any better. She just wanted to have a freaking drink ALONE. After discovering her boyfriend cheating, the last thing she wants is to be hit on by every man in the bar. But then Callum isn't just any man {not to mention Cole} – but then one night of blistering hot sex was never supposed to get so complicated.

Simone Allusifa is a full-figured, strong, independent, sexually-liberated woman—my favorite type of heroine. The author complements her character with two sexy, dominating, alpha, men—Callum Gallagher and Cole Turner. The scenes between Callum, Simone and Cole are filled with flirtation, passion, humor, and realistic emotion. As far as the sex scenes, for an MFM, I considered them fairly mild—anal sex, sex toys, spanking. The undertones of corporate espionage and betrayal make this more than just the typical erotic romance.

I am looking forward to Daniel Allusifa's story.
Disclosure: This ebook was provided to me free of charge by The Romance Reviews for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.

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