Review: Three Sinful Wishes by R.G. Alexander

Three Sinful Wishes by R.G. Alexander
Release Date: June 7, 2011
Publisher: Berkley Trade (Penguin)
Page Count: 320
Source: Received directly from author; read for leisure

A Ménage Anthology


When Dani, Bailey, and Kaya get together for an unusual girls night, they wish on a shower of falling stars and soon find their most erotic dreams coming true.

In Sinful Desires, magic is in the air when a mysterious stranger and one wild night of passion help Dani Harris admit her feelings for her longtime friend Liam, who has been in love with her for years.

Sinful Sensations follows the story of Bailey Wagner, who intends to stick to her five-year plan while she waits for Mr. Right. But when her sexy new boss convinces her to let loose with him–and a few of his friends–what begins as a kinky work break turns out to be a dream come true.

Fortune-teller by day and waitress by night, Kaya Honahni is too busy running from the expectations of her traditional Hopi family to search for romance, but in Sinful Pleasures, it finds her–times two. Despite her best efforts, Kaya can’t deny her attraction to Jace, or to his secretive best friend. And considering the way they respond to her, she won’t have to…



Review: We all have wished on those shooting stars, but we never expect those wishes to come true. When three friends Dani, Bailey, and Kaya wished on a shooting star they knew what they wished for would never come true…especially since they all wished for threesomes.

The first story is about Dani and Liam, who have been friends for a really long time. She doesn’t want to ruin the friendship by going beyond the point of no return but with help of mysterious forces she finally gives in and has no qualms of going back.

The second story follows Bailey who just wants to just concentrate on her inn but once her new boss comes into the picture she can’t help all the naughty thoughts she keeps having. He can’t deny the attraction either and decides to invite her to one of his famous risqué parties. She already made up her mind not to attend until she can’t take the longing she feels for him any longer and decides to show up to give him so-called paperwork not expecting to get one of the most amazing experiences of her life.

The third story is on Kaya who is part of the Hopi tribe and tries to deny her attraction to Jace who is half Navajo. As part of the family tradition these two tribes are supposed to hate each other, they fight all the time and can’t stand to be in the same room together. Little does Kaya know that Jace really wants her, but so does his best friend who has a secret that might send Kaya running. Surprisingly she is attracted to both and has to choose between the two…or does she.

I can go on and on about how wonderful of a person R.G. Alexander is but alas this is review is not just about her but about the book and how awe-inspiring it truly is. I enjoyed the Native American references she uses in the book, after reading it I went and looked up everything I could about the Hopi tribe.

I liked how different but similar each story is, there are a few surprises towards the end but you are going to have to read to find out what they are, don’t want to spoil it because it is just too amazing to say. I loved the romance in it (some very naughty I might add), the paranormal aspect to it and the whole magic feel to the whole book. Each story is short compared to the length of the book but I felt it did not take away from telling each characters story. Without doubt, a magnificent read.

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