Thursday, July 5, 2012

Review: Sharing Hailey by Samantha Ann King

Sharing Hailey
Samantha Ann King
Publisher: Carina Press
Publish Date: July 9, 2012
Kindle {p.232}
Source: Publisher/ NetGalley
Genre: Contemporary, Menage
Hailey Anderson, Tony Adamo, Mark Allen
Challenge: 100+
Buy the Book: Amazon

Hailey Anderson's deep, dark secret? She's been madly in lust with her overprotective brother's two best friends for years. Gorgeous woodworking artist Mark Allen and sexy doctor Tony Adamo have no idea they star in her fantasies every night.

After a nasty breakup with her abusive boyfriend, Hailey's looking for a little distance. Headed for a two-week Hawaiian vacation with her brother and his hot friends, Hailey can't wait to feast her eyes on Mark's and Tony's rock-hard, ocean-slick bodies. Even if she can't touch.

But instead of treating her like their little sister, Mark and Tony have a surprising proposition: a monogamous ménage à trois. The three of them—and no one else. Both men want Hailey and have agreed to share her. The red-hot reality is even better than the forbidden fantasy. Until Hailey's ex threatens their newfound happiness...
Hailey, Tony and Mark had a foundation of years of friendship before they began thier intimate relationship. I believe that added to the overall believability of their relationship.

They started out hot and heavy, but cooled a bit there toward the end. They were both all about pleasing and protecting Hailey. In the bedroom their focus was all about Hailey, no interaction between the men other than a single kiss. It seemed as though everyone knew how these three felt about each other, except Hailey's brother.

There is a bit of action/suspense with Hailey's abusive ex. His crazy behavior is what helped close the deal on Hailey's brother accepting her relationship with his two best friends.

No one seemed to question their relationship outside of her brother. I thought that was just too neat and tidy. Even Tony's mother was on board with their relationship.

I enjoyed their story but it felt unfinished. Maybe there will be a book two, because it seemed like they were moving backward instead of forward in the end.
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Cherry said...[Reply]

I came from Cym Lowell's Book Review Party Wednesday (BRPW).

By the sounds of it, the characters grew as the story progresses. I like seeing growth and maturity in characters. :)

Cherry Mischievous

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