Reader Review: Only 4 stars because it was so short. If you enjoy McCarty's other books you should like this. Not a must buy. I would recommend another of her books.
Marc and Becky leave real life behind for a remote cabin in the woodsno work, no pets, and no distractions. All they've got to pass the time is a roaring fire, their hottest fantasies and a box of naughty toys designed to please
But their time away is about more than a little fun in bed. They've devoted this trip to obliterating all inhibitions between them if Becky can learn to stop holding back and just let go.
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|Title of eBook: Letting Go|
|Release Date: 05-01-2012|
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|Publisher: Spice||Store Sales Rank: 8338|
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Excerpt From: Moonlit Ménage
The softly babbling river behind Brontë Matthews and the breeze dancing through the leaves provided accompaniment to the haunting melody spilling from her fingertips. It pulled at her, drawing her into a swiftly moving current of emotion. Unease and pleasure swirled together, flowing through her as rapidly as the water. It was as if the music wove a spell, drawing out her hidden feelings for the two men in front of her—desire, confusion, longing, lust. The song echoed her every emotion.
Closing her eyes, she tried to grasp the next, elusive phrase from her memory as her bow danced across her viola. In her mind’s eye, she could see the cascading notes, scrawled across her composition notebook, but they vanished into a smudge of ink. Frustrated and unable to recall the phrase, she repeated the previous line and lifted her bow from the quivering strings. The last note hung suspended, trembling in the still morning air.
"Where did you hear that?" Quillen Davies demanded.
Brontë slowly lowered her instrument to her lap as his voice slashed through the tranquillity of the moment.
"What do you mean?" she asked, studying his face. His normally relaxed demeanour had vanished, and horror replaced the laughter always apparent in his eyes. She looked to his friend, Tarran Ashe. Though he was usually the more taciturn of the two men, he looked as upset as Quill. She frowned. What the hell was their problem?
Quillen bent his head closer to hers. "I mean, where did you hear it, cariad?" Worry increased his accent’s musical lilt, contrasting sharply wit...
Title: Letting Go
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 6 Rating(s) 4 Review(s)
1 of 5 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
Short But Excellent
January 20, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Wilbraham, MA US
This is a short, but satisfying, read. Strongly recommend anything written by Sarah McCarty.
If you're a fan of Sarah McCarty this is a great s
July 21, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Overland Park, KS US
If you're a fan of Sarah McCarty this is a great short story, but like all short stories, you wish there was more!
August 19, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from BLOOMFIELD, NJ USA
Sext but very short. If you enjoy Sarah McCarty, you will enjoy this book, but it is not a must read.
Short and Sweet
July 20, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Kettering, OH US
Only 4 stars because it was so short. If you enjoy McCarty's other books you should like this. Not a must buy. I would recommend another of her books.
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