Ian and Sanjay have been friends for
most of their lives. They are complete opposites but they
complement and balance one another. They also share women,
with Ian the first to move in, and Sanjay content to watch
until later on. But they both realize that something is
missing in their lives and neither can quite put a finger on
what it is.
Until the day they see her.
Samantha seems so carefree and
spontaneous as she frolics with the daycare children around
the fountain in the square. Ian and Jay know she is what has
been missing in their lives. Will she accept them both in
her life and in her bed? Is she the right person for them?
There is such a feeling of longing to
the beginning of Red Skirt, Cool Fountain. One
of Ianís goals in life is to make Jay see that he is worth
so much more than he believes he is. Fortunately, he has an
ally in Samantha. The care the two of them take with Sanjay
is what makes it all so good to read. The love and affection
the three characters feel for each other left me smiling
when I left them.