Thursday, December 15, 2011

Unwrapped by Cari Quinn

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).

Reviewer: RedDragonfly
I must say after reading the blurb I was disappointed with how the book turned out. The storyline had potential that I think was wasted by Ms. Quinn.

Unwrapped started with Caitlyn thinking about losing her virginity in her mother's house with her whole family there, talk about turn-off! I was more interested in her family than I was in her which started to worry me but I wanted to give the storyline a chance.

The mm sex scenes to me were unbelievable. I felt no connection between Matt and Tristan then throw in Cait spying on them and it made it feel unemotional, like it had to be there. Chapter 4 was what most disturbed me. I was surprised Matt tried to kidnap Cait, plus with all the bondage talk going on then and later, I wonder why this book wasn't given a BDSM warning, even though I do consider it mild.

There were parts that I loved like Matt and Tristan's masculinity would not let them say I love you to each other and Cait's younger sister dealing with emotional issues. But I felt that Tristan's sister dying from Cystic fibrosis could have been explained better and when all families were told about them being together it fizzled to a blah ending.

I rate this book 2.5. Overall it's not a bad book just not great.

Publisher: Loose Id
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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