Review: Unfinished Business by Barbara Sheridan

Unfinished Business by Barbara Sheridan
Release Date:  November 27, 2011
Publisher:  Decadent Publishing
Pages: 28
Source:  Publisher

For many women, having a handsome, pleasant boss is a plus; having two is twice as good. But for Kim Ryan, two gorgeous bosses is double the distraction in her job as an architect at D & K Associates.

When Kim comes across the 1 Night Stand service she hopes indulging in the fantasy that haunts her—making love to men who resemble both her bosses—will quell her improper dreams.

Best friends and business partners Jack DeWitt and David Kiyomasa never could understand the sexual attraction to one another that hit them out of left field. But they enjoyed the best of both worlds as they studied then worked toward opening their own architectural firm.

Neither expected the decision to add a residential design department to their successful business would bring Kim Ryan into their offices and dredge up odd dreams of another time and place—a place in feudal Japan where they shared a passion that consumed them whenever she was around.

Review:  This was a quick read, but it packed quite a punch in the entertaining department. I liked all three characters in this story. I liked Kim because she was honest with herself in what she wanted and didn’t get  shy about her desires and what she wanted sexually. I liked Jack and David because they were manly alpha men, but they weren’t major jerks. I also liked Jack and David because they were honest with themselves and each other.  They were attracted to each other, as well as to Kim, and they wanted to share her together. They were both sensitive and kind. Which I love. The sex between them all was smokin’ hot. Woah!

I also liked that there was some emotional intensity to this story, as well, which makes the story even better. There were some misunderstandings between the characters that added a little zip and  surprises that makes you go ohhh…. In the beginning of the story, Kim is having a conversation with her grandmother.  At first, I didn’t understand the point of having that character, but I think the scene is needed because it adds depth to Kim’s character and I think it helps the reader understand her better and the decisions she makes.

All in all, I really liked this story and I found it to be pretty entertaining.

 

 






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