Saturday, 20 February 2016
REVIEW - Unconventional (The Manhattanites #4) by Avery Aster
Release Date: 26 January 2016
From the NYT Bestselling author of The Manhattanites series and for fans of such films as Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Wild Things comes a ménage romance posing the question; can two men share the same woman forever?
They are the best of friends and the greatest of lovers. Two men and one woman, searching for fortune and fame, bound together by an eroticism their money and power can’t buy them. Luigi, the romantic alpha hunk. Rocco, the exotic bisexual. Jemma, the insatiable beauty who possesses them both.
From their first rendezvous in Milan, the three set out on a wicked course, jet-setting from the kinky underground sex clubs of Berlin, to the lavish palaces of Moscow, to New York’s high society in pursuit of pleasure. They have only each other to care for. That is…until a baby comes along and changes their destiny. But which of them is the father? And will they continue their poly relationship or give in to convention?
My Opinion 4 STARS
**My thanks to NetGalley and Avery Aster for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
This seems more like a novella as its not as long as some of the former novels and is told from all three view points of Luigi, Rocco and Jemma.
We get a small part where the manhattanites are part of the book, but it mostly focuses just on our three characters and their thruple relationship.
We hear about what has happened in the last year to get them to the point they are currently in and we get to see as they bond even closer and get their well deserved HEA.
Luigi is the alpha male of the relationship, Rocco is the emotional once and Jemma is their balance.
Looking forward to getting Viveca's story and seeing how she gets out of the dark place that she is in.