Sharing (The Sextet Anthologies #1)


Immortal Kiss by Elizabeth Raines [M/F/M/M Paranormal] Paralegal Katrina Mason falls for a handsome new client and agrees to join him for a cozy dinner. When she discovers that Adrian Bishop is the leader of a tribe of three male Nightwalkers who want to share her, Kat must decide if she has the courage to join them.
Double Desire by Cheryl Brooks [M/M/F Sci-fi] When exhausted attorney Nalira Morkind orders room service, she gets more than she expected. The handsome clones of a very rich, powerful man, Sar and Lon are the property of the hotel. They can fulfill Nalira’s every need and wildest dreams, but can she free them from unjust slavery?


Two Many Chefs by Mellanie Szereto [M/F/M Contemporary] Wren McCoskey must interview two chefs for her cousin’s wedding reception. Spencer Andrews and Dane Fletcher are talented, gorgeous, and old friends. Can she stand the heat when they start cooking?


Southern Comfort by Ginger O’Brien [M/F/M Historical] Returning home from Paris after the Civil War, Southern belle Anna BonDurant knows she must make a difficult decision. But if she can’t decide which O’Donnell twin she wants as her lover, Devon or Connor, maybe she will just have to get a bigger bed.


Double Tap by Annie Morgan [M/F/M Contemporary] Jennifer Delaney has her sights set on an unusual birthday present. But when Special Forces Trey and Wil set their own rules of engagement, can she hold out against a double team mission straight to her heart?


Studs in Stetsons by Niki Hayes [M/F/M Western] Samantha Phillips trades her Louisiana city life for a Texas ranch to write an article about cowboys. Between the hot days, and even hotter nights, she finds two studs in Stetsons more than she can handle. But Greg and Dallas have plans of their own, if they can convince her to stay.
KurvyK’s review: Sharing is Volume 1 in the Sextet Anthologies and is comprised of six hot, ménage short stories. What I liked most about this book was the assortment of sub-genres. We’ve got historical, futuristic, contemporary, and paranormal. The title is very fitting since each story revolves around some type of sharing, but instead of temper tantrums being thrown, everyone gets a happy ending in more ways than one. (*winkJ) So, if you like the steam thick and heavy, you will love these erotic, ménage tales. And trust me, several of them will leave you wanting more. I’m looking forward to reading the next one.


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