Riley Ramirez knew that moving to New York would change her life. She just didn't expect it to start on her very first night in town. Her attraction to nightclub owner Kincade Marshall is instant, mind-blowing - and mutual. When she finds he is a dom who requires her complete surrender, even when it comes to submitting to his best friend, Trevor Wellington, she finds herself willing and eager to embrace the sexual adventure.
From their earliest days, Cade and Trevor have shared everything, including women. Yet it only takes one night with Riley to know she is their forever lady. Convincing her that this is more than a temporary fling, though, will take every tool in their sensual arsenal. As Cade and Trevor set their sights on Riley, however, they're unaware - until it's almost too late - that someone is targeting their fragile relationship. Someone who's taking deadly aim at Riley. Suddenly their struggle to keep their forever woman is a fight to keep her alive....
©2010 Lainey Reese (P)2013 Tantor
"A Table for Three is one fiery hot and passionate book.... Each touch is filled with hunger, hotness, and holy cow, total ménage goodness. I can't wait to read this sizzling book again!" (Joyfully Reviewed)
Cade. He is this ripped, sexy, charismatic Dom with a heart of gold!
This was my first book that Mr. Fox narrated. I would definitely listen to other books Mr. Fox performed.
Yes! I did LOL at a lot of the reactions Riley, Cade and Trevor had when getting to "know" each other.
This is a very sexual read. If you aren't into threesomes M/F/M then this is not the book for you.
Never read the book.
I love the fact that the tree main characters had happy childhoods and have still have both parents married. YES, regular people can just be KINKY!!!!!
Smooth, velvety, and rich
Yes, and I had to keep going back and relisten, if I felt that I missed something. Usually the hot sex scenes ;)
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
I am not a real big fan of ménage material but this one wasn't that bad. Oh there was a lot of scenes, they just seem more loving than others I have listened to. Be prepared for a lot of the P word and the F word. The narrator was not bad until it came to the female voice and then he sounded like every other man trying to imitate a woman....stupid! This is a nice break after a particularly intense mystery or thriller.
I bought the kindle book first and decided that I was going to give the audio book a shot as a refresher for the last book in the series. I enjoyed both formats. The story is a bit unrealistic but keeps you entertained. I think there could have been more to the storyline but gives you all the sexy scenes you need. So I say give it a shot but don't expect anything out of the norm. I liked it enough that I listened all the way through a second time.
Not really it was amusing but very unrealistic storyline
Nobody in real life would react this way
Interesting, charming, strong
I liked this story when I read it so when the audio was available at the awesome price of $2.99 whispersync deal I thought I would give it a try. There are few male narrators that can really pull of romance or erotica...Christian Fox did a great job....there were a couple of character voices he did that did not quite match what I had in my head while reading but he pulled of Cade and Trevor really well.
A girl can't have too many book boyfriends!
A Table for Three is an amazing hot and sweet erotic fantasy, (note the word fantasy). It's the kind of erotica that I appreciate, without all the melodrama and the excessive back and forth that really irritates me. Even the bit of drama here is satisfying without the need for a long drawn out violent scenario. Why is all that violence considered entertainment? Don't we get enough of that in real life and TV? I read to get away from that.
But the best part is that Lainey Reese and Christian Fox are a fantastic team. HIS voice is perfect for the narration, (Yes, despite a previous review, he's a man). His narration gave me goose bumps, he's amazing. And the story is worthy of his voice. Sexy, and hot are understatements for what they manage to create together.
I've already bought the next two, and I'll be looking for more from this team.
The less "realistic" the better.
Good Books Don't Promote Violence
I was incredibly disappointed to find another book about sadists & misogynists disguised as an erotic novel. Riley (early 20s) meets Cade (34) and his best friend Trevor on her first day in NYC in the nightclub he owns. Riley is sweet, funny, caring and extremely naïve; Cade is jaded, self-absorbed, privileged and a Sadist. Trevor runs a charity that helps teen boys escape poverty, drugs & gangs, while he enjoys hitting, biting, manipulating, and dominating young girls. Ironic and hypocritical? Cade & Trevor decide that Riley should be their sex toy with no regard for her mind or feelings and she thinks it's a romantic adventure! In less than 24 hours, Riley allows herself to be screwed in public, taken to their private penthouse, tied up & clamped, penetrated without condoms, basically becoming their sex slave. Just too creepy for words! The quality of the writing is excellent, as well as the narration, but I found the plot to be insulting to my gender. In 2014, I can't believe that romance novels are still portraying women as mindless, spineless doormats that will do anything for male attention.
This was typical of the erotic romances I bought in tradeback a few years and gave up because my own imagination were more entertaining! There's nothing different or special in this run-o-the-mill menage. No sexual tension between characters, no real chemistry. Just sex.
The narrator wasn't bad but sounded as flat as the story.This was a first by Fox for me and I didn't dislike her delivery or voice as I do some other female narrators. I'd be willing to try another book by her.
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