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Two Point Proposition (Two #2)

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Sydney let her good friend Blake stay at her farm with the self-imposed condition of not acting on her attraction to him. Then she meets Luke, a bisexual cowboy who wants both of them. What’s a girl to do, but make a two point proposition?
Published January 7th 2010 by Pink Petal Books
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Jimmy Hanson
Jun 12, 2010 Jimmy Hanson rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2010, menage
Meh. In my opinion, there are some who do remarkably well at writing m/m/f menage, and then there are some who write them just to have the woman the center of attention between two hot males.

Mary Winter, in "Two Point Proposition," is somewhere in between. There is a good amount of attraction between the two men AND each man and Sydney, but once the action started I kind of felt like something was missing. Maybe because most of the time the 'action' was Sydney doing something to one of the men w
Hm. This menage wasn't very good
The sex was not too good but not bad either. Things progressed too quickly for me, like they were being hurried along to suit the length of the fic. That said, I thought it was all right and sexy enough. I was entertained.
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Mary commutes between her dream home near the Mark Twain national forest in Missouri and her current residence in Iowa. She lives with a menagerie of animals including an opinionated horse and a cat who was a dog in past life. When not writing spicy tales of erotic romance, she enjoys writing science fiction and fantasy, spending time with her horse, and enjoying the outdoors. Lucky for her, her ...more
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