Ross is a strong ad tough firefighter who
doesn’t know how he ever managed before Suni. He met her a
few years ago when she asked someone to come talk to her class
about fire safety. It was love at first sight. Suni is the
woman of his dreams.
Suni can’t understand why she is having
fantasies that involve two men or being dominated in the
bedroom. Ross treats her better than she ever thought
possible. She still has the fantasies and figures if she
can’t talk about them, she can at least write them in her
journal. He is stunned that Suni isn’t satisfied, but he is
willing to do almost anything once for his true love. He sets
up a ménage as a Christmas present for Suni and contacts their
mutual friend Alex for this one-time-only deal, knowing Alex
will never mention it to anyone else.
Will Ross be able to go through with the
gift, and will Suni get over her embarrassment to be able to
live her fantasy?
Suni’s Gift is a fantastic
story that will make you sit back and think while fanning
yourself. This has to be one of the best ménage stories I
have read. The author actually deals with many of the
feelings people have from being embarrassed to bring things up
to not being sure they can go through with something once it
is started. I was thoroughly intrigued with how the author
was able to reconcile the different feelings each of the
characters had, to bring it together and make the story work.
If you are not sure about reading a ménage book, this would be
a fantastic one to start with. All of these reasons are why I
have to make Suni’s Gift one of my January
Joyfully Recommended reads.