Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Just Erotic Romance Reviews gives Isosceles Triangle
By Summer Alan
Reviewer: Aggie Tsirikas
Rating: 4-The reviewer found this book to be engrossing and arousing
Heat Level: H for Hot. Our Reviewer was forced to find her toys while reading
"Dr. David Isosceles McAllister is a scientist who has dedicated his work to his life's ambition, to the exclusion of all else. He's created the world's first clone cyborg in Adam. His assistant, Chelsea Dawson, has been in love with David since she first started working for him, though he's never noticed her as a woman. David is surprised when Adam instigates an encounter
between Chelsea that brings him to his senses. Will David realize that there's more to life than just his work?
"I really loved the way Isosceles Triangle opened, leaving your mind racing a mile a minute trying to work out what was going to happen to the main characters. Dr. McAllister sounded strange but cute, with his radical ideas, and finally being able to reach the success he'd always wanted. What I did enjoy most about this story is seeing this man of science finally acknowledge the woman who he'd been working beside for so long, a woman who was in love with him, as a desirable person and one he had strong feelings for. The plot wasn't new but it held a few surprises for me and was written in such a fashion that it kept its momentum from the opening chapter. The sex between the main characters was flaming hot, whether it was a scene between Chelsea and David, or with the irresistible Adam. This made the ménage scenes extremely arousing and helped the main characters develop their relationship at a realistic pace. Adam was absolutely yummy! And the juxtaposition between him and David was marvelously done. Seeing the other side of David in Adam, his cyborg creation, brought other elements into the equation and made this short story a thoroughly enjoyable read. Ms. Alan did these two men justice in the role they played with Chelsea." --Aggie Tsirikas
Did I mention that JERR Rocks?? Thanks so much Aggie!
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