Thursday, 19 January 2017

REVIEW - Unique (The Manhattanites #6) by Avery Aster

The Book
Release Date: 15 April 2016
Goodreads Link

Fans of Vi Keeland, Alexa Riley, and Sabrina Paige will enjoy this stand-alone, cliffhanger free, m/m/f contemporary erotic romance novel that features an HEA for all three protagonists. 

Dumped by Europe's hottest disc jockey Kiki Izatt jumps into her career taking New York society by storm. In charge of Brill Inc.'s jewelry client Paloma Gems she's ready to show the industry who sparkles. 

Superstar DJ Dejon had no choice but to cut ties. If Kiki blew his cover by discovering his real intentions to hijack The Style Gala, she'd ruin his crusade to return the blood diamonds to his West African people. Dejon couldn't go back on his word to his brother Dash even if it meant not marrying Kiki. 

When Dash Turay accidently shoots and injures Kiki while stealing Paloma's most valuable stone, he's taken with her. Dash wants her. He must have her! So what if Kiki is from Utah and promised her virginity to Dejon. Dash will find a way to get her in his bed with or without Dejon's approval. 

Familiar with Sister Wives Kiki wonders if it's time to try her hand at Brother-Husbands! 

Note: the men DO NOT touch one another.

My Opinion  4 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

This is a very fast paced book that may have some language that may be offensive to some, but  then if you are this far into the series then you already know this.

Kiki is a good girl, honest and at times very innocent, but having the manhattanites as her friends has opened her eyes to so many things.

Two years have happened since Dejon and Kiki first met and now so close to their wedding things take a twist that neither of them expected.

Love the fact that Kiki takes her mormon upbringing and turns it around to her advantage in order that she can have two husbands instead of being just another wife to one man.

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