Thursday, 13 October 2011

Treble by Desiree Holt, Lisabet Sarai, Lily Harlem, Elizabeth Coldwell, Wendi Zwaduk and Imari Jade





'Trouble at the Treble T' by Desiree Holt

If one man is great, how hot will it be with three?

When Marti Jensen took the job managing the Treble Shooters honky-tonk, little did she know that the three Thompson brothers—Justin, Mark and Cade—had more in mind than having her pour drinks and keep order among the rowdies.

But a visit to their vast ranch, the Treble T, showed her just what kind of erotic fantasies they had and the role they expected her to play. The question then became...what next?

Reader Advisory: This book contains ménage a quartre and anal sex


'Wild About That Thing' by Lisabet Sarai

There's more than one way to beat the blues.

Two things are important to Ruby Jones—her teenage son and her struggling club, the Crossroads Blues Bar. Her love life comes in a distant third, despite the efforts of Zeke Chambers to convince her otherwise. Zeke's the lead singer in her house band, a devoted friend, and an occasional lover. He can drive her wild with desire, but can't get her to make a commitment. Deserted by her cheating ex-husband, Ruby's determined she's going to make it on her own. She's hot-blooded like her bluesman daddy—happy to satisfy her physical cravings, but not about to let any man into her heart.

The stranger who takes the stage on the Crossroads open mike night upsets the delicate balance in Ruby's world. Remy Saint-Michel inspires irrational, irresistible lust as well as inexplicable sympathy. Overwhelmed, confused, guilty and worried about her prized independence, Ruby decides that the only way to deal with her two lovers is to push them both away. Zeke and Remy, though, have other ideas.

Reader Advisory: This book includes menage sex including anal penetration.

'Orchestrating Manoeuvres' by Lily Harlem

The life of a broken hearted supermodel can get pretty dull-there's only so much champagne and caviar one can handle. So, when the opportunity to hook up with two stunning Italian pianists with talented fingers, perfect rhythm and sublime composing presented itself, what could I say but yes, yes yes!

I have everything a girl could want; money, beauty, friends in high places. So why does it feel as if there’s a hole the size of Antarctica in my soul?

Because missing Dale has become a way of life and now instead of making love to the man of my dreams I rely on my battery-powered Rampant Rocker and spend my days dodging work and slugging champagne-until, that is, the two heart-stoppingly gorgeous Italian pianists who make up Ingresso Livello decide they want me.

Sing praise to the Lord! That was a red letter day, I can tell you!

Being asked to appear alongside them was risqué and controversial and set many tongues a-wagging. Plus they had a very unique way of thanking me for my troubles-turns out these two delectable musicians were as talented at creating erotic delights in the bedroom as they were at playing mesmerising music on stage.

Just the medicine for my broken heart? Well, it was certainly a deliciously sexy distraction and I would never, ever listen to the tinkling notes of a grand piano the same way again. And as for my broken heart? Well, it felt a whole lot better when everything slotted neatly into place.

Reader Advisory: This book contains ménage, M/M and a toy of the vibrating variety!


'Three-part Harmony' by Elizabeth Coldwell

When a new guitarist joins the band, is a loving duet about to become a trio?

When guitarist Mark Deans quits Sweet Lies the week before their concert tour is due to start, it looks like the end of the band, but singer Aimee and her husband Stefan have worked too hard to let that happen. The answer lies in Jake Anderson, who blows them away when he auditions to replace Mark. He’s cute, talented—and twelve years younger than Aimee—but there’s an instant attraction between them.

Even though she loves her husband deeply, she knows it’s only a matter of time before she and Jake end up in bed together-the same way she destroyed her relationship with Mark by tumbling into bed with Stefan. What she doesn’t expect is that when it happens, Stefan will not only give his blessing, but make the twosome a threesome by acting on his own desire for Jake...

Reader Advisory: This book contains MMF menage scenes, mild spanking and red-hot guitar solos.

'Savin' Me' by Wendi Zwaduk

Three is their magic number. Now they’ve got to decide if the magic is worth saving.
Razrs Edge used to pack stadiums, fuelled by the inner turmoil and passion of the three founding members. Now that the threesome has parted ways, the lights aren’t as bright and the cheers of the crowds not as loud.

It’s time to bring the magic back.

Parkur has never been convinced the split was for good. They were meant to be three. But can he write the music to convince Juniper and Jacoby to give him a second chance?

Juniper and Jacoby want the triad intact. Is the love they shared as three enough to erase the destruction in their collective past?

Reader Advisory: This book contains hot manlove and ménage action, a little spanking, some toy play, and some bondage...oh yes...

'Rhapsody' by Imari Jade

Two gorgeous male rockers, one sexy lead female singer. Both men want her. Who will she choose?
Bryanna Trosclair is the female lead singer for the successful rock group, Simmer. She is being forced to choose between having a relationship with her best friend and lead male singer, Axil Simmons, and the group’s pianist, Collin Ripley.

Bryanna refuses to make a choice and decides to date both of them, even though the guys are ready to not only tear each other apart, but the group as well. When Axil and Collin call a private truce and decide to trick Bryanna into making a decision, their plan backfires. Can Simmer survive the fallout of the hot results?

Treble is a fab-tastic collection of very hot tales to suit all tastes. Each story brings a unique slant to the table on more than two in a bed. If you’re curious about just what goes on between the sheets when there’s more than one willy standing up to attention, then this is the book for you. There are lots of hungry willies about, let me tell you, each one belonging to delicious men who bring forth different emotions in each tale.

Pwoar factor:

Cade in Trouble at the Treble T: He got me when he fell in love and basically turned his back on the lifestyle he’d been living for his woman. What a guy! I’ll live in his new ranch house any day!

Remy in Wild About That Thing: A true New Man, in touch with the feelings of women, understanding and, damn it, I wanted him for myself!

Ingresso Livello in Orchestrating Manoeuvres: Couldn’t choose between these fellas. They both had qualities I loved, and together they’re steaming hot. Oh, those bodies! Those hands! In the “simulated” love scene, be prepared to find it hotter than an actual penetrative one! It might have been the voyeurism aspect that got to me…

Stefan in Three-Part Harmony: What a man! Just when you expect a husband to be jealous and throw his dummy out of the pram, he slams his wife with such understanding and the green light that I was most impressed by him only wanting to make his wife happy.

Parkur in Savin’ Me: The more emotional of the two men, he tugged at the old heart strings and proved that when you’re broken-hearted, sometimes it doesn’t enhance the muse but hinders it. When love returns, so do the words and the feeling of being complete. Ah!

Collin in Rhapsody: His jealous streak. Made him very human. Showed, in this case, that hiding your love for someone reveals itself in the end and you either have to fess up and admit to it or remain pining for the one you care about. Oh, and you have to learn to share…

Cade glanced quickly around and realised half of the people on the dance floor were all but fucking to music with their clothes on.

…waking phantom fragments of her past pleasure.

…standing at the end of the bed in her fuddy-duddy dress.

“I don’t know about you, but I could murder a bowl of cornflakes.”

“’Ere, has anyone ever told you you look like the bird in that band? What do they call them…?”

If he threw up on her, she was going to kill him.

Hot, hot, hot, hot, hot! Treble delivers not only hot sex scenes but each tale is a fine one, rich in descriptive writing and plot. With each story you get the whole package. Yes, the sex is very much there, but it doesn’t overrule the story itself and never intrudes as sex for the sake of it. I liked that.


4 comments:

Desiree Holt said...

I'm leavin' some lovage for Miz Love for the fabulous review. Thank you so much.

elizabethcoldwell said...

Thank you so much for the great review! Glad you loved our musical hunks.

Liz xx

Imari Jade said...

Thanks for the wonderful review.

Wendi Zwaduk said...

Thanks for the fabulous review! Made my day!