"Short but oh so hot"
Officer Trisha Sutton lives a rather mundane life. As a
widow her days are a routine of work and home. However,
things are about to get more lively. She comes across some
old crushes from high school, two Italian cousins named
Nazz and Pasquale. After some drinks and light
conversation, the sexual tension can no longer be ignored.
The trio walks outside to get some fresh air and the sexual
escapade begins. Afterward, Trisha feels light headed and
wakes up in bed the next morning. She is confused about the
night before and remembers only fragments. She wonders to
herself, was she date raped by the two cousins or did
something else, something she doesn't understand, happen
that night? Trisha realizes she has to find out, she is
Sandwich Play is a reunion of memories and sexual
urges. The characters in the story were captivating and the
plot surprising. It is a short but sweet story, that draws
the reader in and keeps hold of their attention.
Reviewed by Beth Senters
Posted November 30, 2008
It's just another lonely and boring night for widowed Officer Trisha MacAvie Sutton as she pulls into a convenience store after her Friday night shift. Turning down the hot chocolate aisle, Trisha comes face to face with Nazz Pisani and Pasquale Deluca, two super-sexy jocks from her high school days who were known for the Sandwich Play, a spectacular move on the soccer field that rendered an opposing player helpless. Painfully shy back then, Trisha hid her desire for the two hot hunks.
But now? Oh yeah. She's game for a little two on one.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Genre: Vampire / Quickie / Menage a trois or More
Book Length: Quickie