I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Roni Loren
Released: Jun 18, 2013
Series: Loving on the Edge #3.52
Published by Penguin InterMix
“I am anxious to see more of Foster’s Dom side coming out because he is oh so sexy!” Under the Covers
This is the big “first time” part. First time Pike/Foster/Cela are together, but also Cela’s first time. Except she doesn’t really tell them she’s trying to get rid of her V card. She just wants to do something out of character and have one night of wild fun before going back to her boring life in her small town.
Although Foster wasn’t planning on showing Cela some of his darker likes, he can’t help but let some of it come out.
I am really liking the connection between Cela and Pike and this part pretty much cements that. However, I thought Pike being there was a bit awkward and maybe not the awesome first threesome I was expecting. It was more about Foster and Cela as a couple even though that’s not how the night started off.
I am anxious to see more of Foster’s Dom side coming out because he is oh so sexy!
Now that the first time is out of the way, I can’t wait to see where they’ll go from there. I need part III already!
*ARC provided by publisher
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