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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

4/5 Review: Crosstown Crush: A Sins In the City Novel by Cara McKenna



When he’s working, Mike Heyer is all business—every inch the alpha male, with the hard, capable body to back up his persona. But at home he can be a different man entirely, harboring appetites only his wife gets to glimpse…

When Samira first learned of her husband’s fantasies, she was reluctant, even alarmed. But after witnessing the way they set him on fire, she yielded, and happily indulged. As their games have intensified, so has the rush. And now so has the risk—they’re poised to take Mike’s indecent desires to the next level, by opening their bed to a sexy, brazen stranger. A man seeming custom-made to grant every last one of Mike and Samira’s sinful wishes.

Welcoming someone new into their lives was always a dangerous proposition, but the couple imagined if anything was at stake, it was their privacy…not their hearts.

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First off let me start with a warning....  If you do not have an open mind and do not like reading M/M this may not be the book for you.  I however love reading these types of books and this one was right up my alley.  

Mike had certain fantasy's he was reluctant to tell his wife at first.  When he finally confided them to her she was a bit hesitant at first to go throw with it.  She would pretend she cheated on him and go home to tell him all about it.  It would be an understatement to say Mike was turned on when his wife talked to him about her other lover (imaginary).  The sex was steamy but it was not enough.  After a while they discussed having a new man come into their lives and into their beds.  

I truly enjoyed the interaction between the couple.  Anyone could see they were very much in love and went above and beyond to show it.  How many people can honestly say that they would welcome a third person into their lives because it is something that would make their partner happy?  I like reading these books because it shows that love is not one dimensional.  We tend to look down on what we do not understand but this shows you a marriage that works.  It is not what most consider normal but it works and that is what i love to see.

I truly enjoyed this book and can't wait to read more of Cara McKenna.  She is a true artist with her words.