Unwrapped

Unwrapped was an amazing read. I loved it. The characters pulled me in from the very beginning and kept me engaged. Cait, Tristan and Matt are the best of friends that live and work together. Cait has kept it secret that she lusts after both Tristan and Matt but has a bit of a crush on Tristan. As their relationships develop she has no favorites. Tristan and Matt have been keeping a secret though. They have progressed beyond friendship and kept it hidden from Cait. When Cait decides that she wants one of the men to take her virginity it all comes out, but of course, this is after she has caught them having sex together. The boys decide that they want to try and have a ménage relationship so they take Cait to the cabin for a birthday weekend to explore their new relationship.

The story was written really well. I really enjoyed the characters and the way they interacted with each other. I was never pulled out of the story and felt that they reacted in a realistic, believable way. Cait, Matt, and Tristan are all complete characters that stayed true to themselves. There are a lot of emotions involved in this story that have to be worked through for a relationship to work. I liked the way it was written and how they worked through the problems they encountered. The sex was explicit and fairly frequent. I felt that it added to the story. I really enjoyed the fact that this was not the only intimacy that the characters enjoyed. There were a few twists and turns that the characters had to handle. I really enjoyed the plot of the story.


Book Blurb for Unwrapped

Caitlyn Sachs has a great life. A family she loves, check. An incredible design job working with her best friends, Tristan and Matt, check. An amazing home she shares with the guys, double check. But her upcoming twenty-fifth birthday and the desire to shed the burden of her virginity have spurred her to consider something shocking. All she wants is one uncomplicated night with one of her best friends, no strings attached. But how can she choose?

Except there's another problem. Tristan and Matt are already involved sexually with each other, much to Cait's shock. And both men have long harbored feelings for Cait that go way beyond friendship. When they whisk her away for her birthday to a cabin in the mountains, she discovers the extent of their lust-and her own. The gift they give her is one she'll never forget.

But when the weekend's over, will she retreat to the safety of the status quo, if they'll even let her, or will she finally embrace what she's secretly craved for so long?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, menage (m/f/m, m/m/f)


Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2012 4.50