Her Two Lovers by Helen Hardt

Her Two Lovers

By Helen Hardt

  • Release Date: 2016-04-05
  • Genre: Contemporary
4 Score: 4 (From 13 Ratings)

Description

Editorial Reviews

“Loving Eve is indeed hot. I had to check my screen for melted spots. I felt like I was right there with Eve, suffering her anxiety and overwhelming passion as she was wooed by the men in her life.”
–Whipped Cream Reviews

“Slow and Wet is pure erotic thrills! Ms. Hardt creates magic with a scandalous book that is bubbling with passion, smoking hot lust, and love... In this quick plot format, the author doesn't scrimp on her character development, plot, or action, demonstrating her ability to create a fantastic, titillating story that will leave the reader breathless!”
–The Romance Studio

“I know when I open a book by Helen Hardt, I'm in for a treat. This book was no exception. It's steamy from the first page. I needed a cool shower after reading... If you want a story with an ending you won't see coming and lots of white-hot sex, you need to read Primal Instinct.”
–Whipped Cream Reviews

“Pianist Envy unfolds into a spark-riddled explosion between Jane and Chandler. Chandler sets out to get under Jane's skin at times and it works. The story is a wickedly fun way to put your feet up and escape.”
–SensualReads.com

Synopsis

Belly dancer Eve Costello has a problem. She’s in love with both her roommates. Satisfied to simply worship them from afar, she’s unprepared when they drop a bomb. Jon and Brian are in love with her, too, and they want her to choose between them. Their solution? She spends one evening with each of them, allowing them to woo her before she makes her decision. Will she be able to choose one over the other? Or will she be condemned to choosing neither, leaving all three of them miserable?

Loving Eve is just one of the hot menage stories in this collection. Jill takes on two cowboys in Slow and Wet, Jane beds a musician and his best friend in Pianist Envy, and Erin is seduced by two lion shifters in Primal Instinct.

Reviews

  • To much fake

    1
    By Pop crime
    This book stopped after the first set of stories. No man uses honey or sweetheart with every sentence. Massive over kill in attempting to be seductive. Some parts were good but it was like reading a low budget porno with no true touch with reality. Comes off as a virgin writing a story line after eating $2 porn clips online.

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