Take Your Pick by Jasmine Haynes

Take Your Pick
by Jasmine Haynes
Publisher: Loose Id, LLC
Genre: Contemporary Menage
Length: Novella
Release Date: August 17, 201
ISBN: 978-1-60737-837-2
Rating: 3
Reviewer: Rach

Rena Lancaster is intelligent, successful, career driven and sophisticated with an insatiable sex drive. Grant Tyler is her equal in every way and should be perfect together. After his marriage ended badly due to his domineering tactics and intense emotional and sexual desires he forced himself to become reserved, never allowing himself to lose control in or out of the bedroom. Rena finds their sex life amazing, but lacking a key element that Karl Kristiansen brings- a fiery unquenchable passion that is anything, but controlled. When Grant pushes Rena for a permanent commitment she is not sure if she is willing to live without what Karl brings to the bedroom.

Karl proposes a plan to help Rena chose between the men, one weekend of no holds bar sex with both men, together. They burn up the bed and each other with each man driving Rena to highest sexual limits she never knew existed. But now that she has had a taste of what life with both men could be like, is she really willing to give it up?

The story premise sounded good and I usually enjoy Jasmine Haynes’ books. However, this was more about the sex than about the story line and good solid characters. I couldn’t find myself relating to any of the characters. Grant Tyler is reserved due to going through a difficult divorce that was caused by his explosive emotions and desires. There wasn’t much depth in Grant’s character nor was there really any development in Karl’s character. He was a construction worker who liked kinky sex and Rena. I would have liked to know more about him and how all three characters personalities brought the passion expressed very well in the bedroom sections. That was the gist of what I took from the book. The book did have very graphic and explicit love scenes that were really hot and written well. I missed the connection from this book. The dynamics of the characters had a great plot set-up, but missed the mark on emotion. However, did hit the nail on the head with the ménage parts for sure. If you want a quick scorching read this is a good book, but if you are looking for solid characters and story line this would not leave you fulfilled.

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