Glenna Rose was satisfied with her life.
She's a professor at a prestigious college, she's engaged to
be married, and she's on the left side of 40. So what if the
college was so conservative that the staff's behavior was
constantly scrutinized. So what if her fiancé was the chairman
of her department, and was more than a tad bit on the dull
side. So what if she was pushing forty, her life was still
satisfying. That's what Glenna believed, until she met
Dillinger and Matt.
A secret engagement party, planned by her
more outgoing sister found Glenna sitting in a strip club
falling instantly in lust with Dillinger, the sexiest man she
has ever seen. As if Dillinger wasn't enough of a temptation,
she's now finding herself drawn to Matt, the young professor
she's mentoring at the college. Matt quickly becomes an
important part of Glenna's life as she confides to him her
attraction to Dillinger, and looks to him for advice.
Two Out of Three Ain't Bad,
has everything I like in a romance, a beautiful but modest
leading lady whom I liked from page one, and a gorgeous sexy
guy (in this case two of them) who finds her irresistible.
Along with the additional perks of an outspoken sister, crazy
girlfriends, and an authoritative, boring fiancé whom I
couldn't wait to see get the boot made this a fun read for
me. Bravo to K. Z. Snow for writing such a fun, sweet,
sensual, and extremely enjoyable love story that is definitely
a recommended read.