At the edge of thirty, Clare is feeling restless. Even though she s gainfully employed and pursuing her passion for photography, she can t shake the feeling that something s missing. Read more...
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At the edge of thirty, Clare is feeling restless. Even though she s gainfully employed and pursuing her passion for photography, she can t shake the feeling that something s missing. Then she meets Mica. A perfect subject for her portrait exhibit, Mica is sexy, exciting, and everything Clare desires.
One night with the charismatic stranger is all it takes to leave her craving more. But the intensity Mica brings isn t confined to the bedroom, and Clare wonders if this summer fling might turn more adventurous than she anticipated especially as a curious energy starts to simmer between the two of them and Mica s handsome roommate, Vaughn.
As the three-way tension mounts, Mica makes a sinful proposal. It s an invitation Clare can t pass up, and an erotic encounter she ll never be able to forget. Caught up between two irresistible men, Clare is about to get all the excitement she s been looking for and then some...."
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-05-02
- Reviewer: Staff
Mixed-race millennials approach first-date sex, surprise threesomes, dirty talk, and male bisexuality with an unjaded, wide-eyed excitement and focused intensity that’s so hot it sets fire to the pages of this sequel to Crosstown Crush (the first in McKenna’s Sins in the City series). Aspiring Pittsburgh photographer Clare Geddes kicks off her 30s by hooking up with barista and model Mica. Their sizzling chemistry leads to a second round that includes his backpacking buddy and best friend, Vaughn. Whenever Mica flakes, stalwart Vaughn is there for Clare, and they backtrack into romance while bonding over psychoanalyzing Mica’s troubled teenhood and marveling at his aggressive erotic magnetism. There’s plenty here for the reader who just wants to enjoy hot encounters, but there’s also an encouraging message for readers on the dating scene: indulging in moments of wild exploration won’t ruin your chances for a solid, monogamous relationship down the line. Agent: Laura Bradford, Bradford Literary. (June)