Uncommon Pleasure by Anne Calhoun

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Both of the stories have a menage in them. It reminded me of a world wrestling tag team tournament or a daisy chain of SEALs...We go from John and Ty in “On the Edge” to Ty and Sean in “Over the Edge” to Sean and Ben in “All on the Line.” The menages all serve a purpose.
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From a “fresh and imaginative” (The Romance Studio) voice in erotic romance come the tales of two women, each daring to challenge the boundaries of the toughest of men...But in these edgy, heated encounters, the greatest thing each woman will risk is her heart.

In “Over the Edge,” after a tragic incident during Ty Hendricks’ last tour of duty, he cut off all connection with anyone he cares about—until a night with Lauren Kincaid draws him reluctantly back into the world. Lauren sees a wounded man in danger of losing everything to his inner demons, but the sensual, no-holds-barred fight for Ty’s soul could cost Lauren her heart.

In “All on the Line,” Abby Simmons fell hard for Lieutenant Sean Winthrop, but he sacrificed their relationship when he deployed to Afghanistan. Now he’s home, full of regrets and intent on winning back the woman he never forgot. Abby gives Sean her body but holds her heart aloof, until one night of pleasure forces her to choose either her U.S. Marine...or life without him, forever.
 

About Anne Calhoun

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Anne Calhoun did time at Fortune 500 companies on both coasts. After landing in a _yover state, she traded business casual for yoga pants and decided to write down all the lively story ideas that got her through years of monotonous corporate meetings. She lives in Omaha, NE.
 
Published March 5, 2013 by Berkley. 303 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jane on Mar 15 2013

Both of the stories have a menage in them. It reminded me of a world wrestling tag team tournament or a daisy chain of SEALs...We go from John and Ty in “On the Edge” to Ty and Sean in “Over the Edge” to Sean and Ben in “All on the Line.” The menages all serve a purpose.

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