Sasha James -
Two + One = Ecstasy -
Available Now! -
3.5 out of 5 books -
Rock Phillips is back with a whole new set of issues. After leaving the relationship with Dirk and Munro, Rock returned to London to be with his former girlfriend, who is now pregnant. Things don’t work out as planned in London, so Rock returns to New York. He wants to embark on a new polyamory relationship when he meets two successful business women named Elle and Clarke. But will they conform to Rock’s lifestyle, or will they run away from it? Rock also has to decide if being in this type of relationship is good for him in the long run.
Two + One = Ecstasy is a follow-up to One + One = Three by Sasha James. James did a good job of continuing this story with Rock since Dirk and Munro’s story was pretty much done in the previous book. You see the different emotions that Rock goes through when he returns to his life in New York. The story was thought-provoking in the way it showed how he struggled with living the polamory lifestyle and possibly wanting more for himself in the future. The only downside to this novel is that the ending could have been a little more imaginative. Two + One = Ecstasy is still a decent novel by Sasha James.
Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews
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Thursday, September 30, 2010
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