Champaign and Zyair have been together for five years, and they're feeling the need to rekindle the erotic spark between them. When they decide to invite a third person into their bedroom, neither one of them realizes how much their lives will change. What starts out as one night of experimentation becomes an obsession for Champaign, who decides she wants to experience that kind of passion again and again.
Meanwhile her friend, Alexis, is tired of being used, abused, and treated as an afterthought. Alexis decides to explore her wild side. She plans to put aside her beliefs of how a lady should behave and live life according to her pleasures. If it pleases her, she will say it and do it. She'll be the man in all three of her relationships from this day forward.
One man is in her life for materialistic reasons, the other for sexual exploration, and the third is her eye candy. Before she knows it, the drama begins. She is stalked, arrested, and emotionally drained. Alexis has started a journey that she knows must end; however, she's become addicted to the excitement of it all and can't seem to stop.
©2016 Angel M. Hunter (P)2016 Recorded Books
loved it💛💛 the way the characters connect & the dysfunction pain & freaki'ness was very intense & believable . it had me hooked rewinding in stuff..Lol but overall a totally awesome book. not to forget the narrator simi howe love her... ready for book psrtII
This could have been series of books by breaking up Alexis and Champagne's story. the writing was really good though. didn't like the to be continued. The character development wasn't very strong. I'm left wondering about Champagne's decisions.
I found the book very entertaining but lacking in some areas with performance. I didn't care for the ending too much but, I look forward to part 2
I'm really disappointed that I just spent 13 hrs of my life listening to a book, only to find out there's a continuation. I can't believe how frustrated I am. the story could have been over at the 8hr mark and not have a part 2. The author wrote this book almost like a screen play. Way too many details. I like the plot but dang, wrap it up!
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