She is exotic, confident and loves what she does – she is what every woman dreams she could be: comfortable in her own skin, aware of her own sexuality and courageous enough to try something new. From the beginning readers know this story isn’t a nice cutesy romance novel, it’s the kind of novel that makes you wish either you were Caroline or that you were brave enough to ask your husband (or boyfriend) if you could indulge in that little secret fantasy Kristi Hancock devilishly created in your brain. And why not indulge? The number of times I had to lower the novel and simply breathe to relax was numerous, and yet, I simply kept coming back because even though we’re reading an erotic novel with three men and a woman, it’s not crass, nor crude, it’s beautiful and stimulating. From cover to cover, I honestly recommend readers to indulge themselves to read Kristi Hancock’s novel, but only if M/M/F/M, M/M, and the multiple mixture of having three men and a woman can create is the type of novel you enjoy. If not, maybe readers shouldn’t bother opening the first page and feeling awkward or even disturbed by the graphic scenes.