Sasha Borianni is a woman who knows what she wants and how to get it. As she establishes her public relations firm, Platinum Images, she finds herself mixing business with pleasure...and balancing her affairs is proving to be a challenge. Her newest client, banking executive Jordan Ashe, turns out to be kinkier than she could ever imagine. (That's one.) Her old flame and Sasha Borianni is a woman who knows what she wants and how to get it. As she establishes her public relations firm, Platinum Images, she finds herself mixing business with pleasure...and balancing her affairs is proving to be a challenge. Her newest client, banking executive Jordan Ashe, turns out to be kinkier than she could ever imagine. (That's one.) Her old flame and boss, NBA player Phoenix Carter, tries to seduce her while she works to clean up his bad boy image. (That's two.) Her old love Trent, who ended their relationship over baby-mama drama, wants her back in his life. (That's three.) And, last but not least, financier Lyor Turrell makes his own play for Sasha. Juggling four men is no easy task but if anyone has what it takes it's Sasha, a woman who thrives not only on the heat of her encounters but on the web of intrigue that connects them all....
|Title||:||Fourplay: ...the Dance of Sensuality|
|Number of Pages||:||246 Pages|
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Fourplay: ...the Dance of Sensuality Reviews
Fourplay...the dance of sensuality is the much-anticipated sequel to Threesome: Where Seduction, Power and Basketball Collide. Thomas resumes the story with super sexy, sassy, go-getter, Sasha Borianni, on top of her game. She is part owner of Platinum Images, a public relations firm with high profile clientele. However, as much as things change, some remain the same. Sasha is still dangerously mixing business with pleasure as she did with client/lover basketball star (Michael Jordan-ish), Phoenix Carter, in the Threesome saga. In Fourplay, she dates a "safe" banker, Jordan Ashe, a boring, materialistic client who has a dark side and a mysterious Israeli executive, Lyor Turrell, who has a hidden agenda. The foursome is rounded out with unresolved issues dealing with ex-fiancé (Trent) and the drama is compounded even more when Lyor attempts to blackmail Phoenix.Although the author attempts to portray Sasha as a savvy, smart entrepreneur who jets across the country to handle her business; this reader noted that she earned her major contracts after she performs sexual favors with her key clients, leaving one to question what true "business" skills Sasha possesses. She continually leaves common sense unchecked at the bedroom door and usually ends up used and abused by all of her lovers in some way. The author depicts her flaws in this manner to show a human, vulnerable side to a woman whose outward appearance would lead people to believe she is in total control and has it going on. We see her worry about her son, grieve for a father, and suffer debilitating panic attacks that seem to be curable largely with sex and Paxil.Reading between the "sexcapades," I found the plot (which mainly consisted of Sasha juggling her lovers and sexual desires) to be weak and somewhat of an afterthought mixed in between the numerous sex scenes. While I really enjoyed Threesome, I found Fourplay somewhat dull. However, if you are in the mood for mindless, light erotica then Fourplay could prove to be satisfying. Also, I think Fourplay will also prove to be more meaningful and pertinent to readers if Threesome is read first.
You Can Run But You Can't HideSasha Boriannai is back, and this time around she's making the rules. Platinum Images is her new PR business. In an effort to begin a new chapter of her life she's out to prove to the good ole boys, that she can do the job just as well as they can. But, will she have a chance to demonstrate what she and her company are capable of? While moving up the corporate ladder, she's trying to let go of all the ghost in her history, but she can't hide forever. The temptation is finding its way back when Phoenix Carter, a blast from her past is in need of her help. Will she be able to keep a level head? Fourplay is a good read, but not as fulfilling as Threesome.
And the wait was worth it......, I was so overly excited when I heard that Sasha Borianni was back! I had to know how she fixed things up after THREESOME. FOURPLAY was a good read, less risqué than THREESOME, however obvious a little suspense and drama to her already busy life. The very busy entrepreneur, who suffers from anxiety is in the mix juggling two new men; Jordan, and Lyor along with Trent and Phoenix, from her past. To add to her hectic life, Arshell, her best friend, is having a menopause related affair and her dad has cancer. After reading this with the very provocative title coupled with the book cover, I must admit I did expect it to be a lot more! I am happy that she was able to shift through things and figure out the differences between sex & love.
I liked the first one better
A story of a love square. Great depictions of sex..