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Twin Fantasies

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Author: Opal Carew

Published: June 26th 2007 by St. Martin's Griffin

Format: Paperback , 265 pages

Isbn: 9780312367787

Language: English


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What's your most forbidden desire? Jenna Kerry has a secret. She's always fantasized about sharing her bed with two men, but her fiancé Ryan would never approve. Then one night at a posh reception, Ryan unexpectedly appears and shows her the wildest night of her life. The trouble is, he isn't Ryan. When she discovers the truth—that her fiancé has a twin—she reignites a long What's your most forbidden desire? Jenna Kerry has a secret. She's always fantasized about sharing her bed with two men, but her fiancé Ryan would never approve. Then one night at a posh reception, Ryan unexpectedly appears and shows her the wildest night of her life. The trouble is, he isn't Ryan. When she discovers the truth—that her fiancé has a twin—she reignites a long-standing rivalry. Both men are determined to have her, and they set out to prove their talents in the most erotic ways imaginable. But does she dare ask them to explore her most hidden fantasy... and can she handle all that these hot-blooded twins have to offer? Lock your door and indulge in this wickedly uninhibited tale from Opal Carew—an irresistible new voice in erotic romance.

30 review for Twin Fantasies

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mahlet

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Accidently clicked on a GR link while finishing up this review – so I clicked “back” button and review is gone! I’m finally done cursing, screaming and slapping my couch cushion, so here I go…again. I enjoyed it, but I liked Carew’s previous books “Swing” and “Blush” much better. No scene here could compare with the hotness of Swing’s dungeon scene or that memorable door scene in Blush. I took major issue with Ryan, Jenna’s fiancé. Before Jenna accidently sleeps with his twin brother Jake, whom Accidently clicked on a GR link while finishing up this review – so I clicked “back” button and review is gone! I’m finally done cursing, screaming and slapping my couch cushion, so here I go…again. I enjoyed it, but I liked Carew’s previous books “Swing” and “Blush” much better. No scene here could compare with the hotness of Swing’s dungeon scene or that memorable door scene in Blush. I took major issue with Ryan, Jenna’s fiancé. Before Jenna accidently sleeps with his twin brother Jake, whom she’s never met and actually thinks is just Ryan playing out her “sex with a stranger” fantasy, Jenna has been in a relationship with Ryan for nearly a year. Ryan has neglected Jenna, not giving her enough of his time or satisfying her sexually. And he had the lamest excuse, too – something about, “oh, if I REALLY give in to my crazy intense desire for Jenna, I’ll just get lost in it and it will be overwhelming and completely take over!” He doesn’t tell HER this. No, he just keeps this to himself, so Jenna doesn’t actually know if he really loves her due to his lack of attention. The guy I really liked was his twin, Jake. Jake was adventurous, fun, attentive and sexy as hell. When Jenna moved in with Jake, to give a relationship with him a try, I was ecstatic! But then about a week into it *guessing, I read this a week ago*, Ryan moves in, too, and I was so disappointed. I wanted Ryan out of the picture. I didn’t think the chemistry was as strong with Ryan and Jenna, and I didn’t think he deserved her. This book ends as a HEA ménage, and I would have preferred no ménage and just Jenna and Jake. On the plus side, the humor in the beginning was great, especially during those post-coital conversations with Jenna and Jake, before she realized he wasn’t Ryan. I’m still a Carew fan, just didn’t like this book as much as the others I’ve read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    jenjn79

    Rating: 4.5 / 5 I requested this book through my library's ILL program...then put off reading it for like two months. I wanted to read it, but I'd read a lot of so-so comments about the book, about it not being as good as her others. So I kept setting it aside. But I had to get it back to the library (it was overdue, actually) so I had to either read it, or just return it. I read it, and I'm glad I did. I really enjoyed it! I'd have probably given it five stars if it weren't for one thing (which Rating: 4.5 / 5 I requested this book through my library's ILL program...then put off reading it for like two months. I wanted to read it, but I'd read a lot of so-so comments about the book, about it not being as good as her others. So I kept setting it aside. But I had to get it back to the library (it was overdue, actually) so I had to either read it, or just return it. I read it, and I'm glad I did. I really enjoyed it! I'd have probably given it five stars if it weren't for one thing (which I'll talk about shortly). Twin Fantasies is a erotic romance book about a menage a trois relationship between two brothers and the woman they both love. Jenna and Ryan have been in a long-term committed relationship, but Ryan is a workaholic who keeps blowing Jenna off. She's finally about to break up with him after he ditches her as her date for a wedding when suddenly Ryan shows up...or so she thinks. It's actually Ryan's twin brother Jake. Jenna thinks he's playing out her stranger fantasy and goes along. Then a month later, she realizes she's pregnant. Ryan proposes despite the fact that he's knows he's not the father. He loves her too much, and Jenna just thinks Ryan is the father. But just before the wedding, Jenna finds out that Ryan has a twin brother named Jake, and all three realize what has happened. Now Jenna must figure out which man to choose. The only problem? She realizes she loves them both. This book was SUPER hot. I really could have used a cold shower more than once, LOL. What I really enjoyed about this book, though, was that even though it was an erotic romance, and there was lots and lots of yummy sex, it wasn't all about the sex. It was about the characters, how they grew and changed, and about the unusual problem of a woman falling in love with two brothers. Sometimes, I get a little bored with erotic romance books when they are just all sex, but this one didn't bore me at all. Carew kept me in the story from start to finish with a solid romance and great characters to go along with the yummy sex. I knew going into this story that a lot of the mild complaints were about Ryan, about many not liking him, and how Jenna should have picked Jake. But I never really felt that way. I kinda saw them as two halves of a whole. Jake was the fun-loving, laid back half, and Ryan was the intense, serious-minded half. And together they made up a whole that was, well, the perfect man. I could completely see how Jenna loved both of them. The one thing I wished had been a little more thorough was the epilogue. It was sweet and a nice wrap-up, but I wanted to know more. Did Jenna marry one of them? Or did they just have an unofficial commitment between the three of them? What did their families and friends think of what they were doing? Had they had any serious backlash from it? I wanted to know all that, but instead the epilogue was just a brief glimpse saying they were happy. If I'd gotten some of that info, I'd have given this book five stars. Great book, despite that, though. I enjoyed it quite a bit. I'd definitely recommend it for those of you whole like menage erotic romance books. And I definitely plan to read more from Carew.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    I'm like... The concept was kind of creepy and ridiculous. I thought it was going to be hot but I felt... guilty. Sex scenes were so boring! I felt bad for Ryan SO BAD. SO SO SO BAD. There was no one to blame but... How the hell can you spend a month in... with... AARRGG I hate her in that moment ¬¬ I didn't like the ending very much but I have to admit that the story was entertaining. I'm like... The concept was kind of creepy and ridiculous. I thought it was going to be hot but I felt... guilty. Sex scenes were so boring! I felt bad for Ryan SO BAD. SO SO SO BAD. There was no one to blame but... How the hell can you spend a month in... with... AARRGG I hate her in that moment ¬¬ I didn't like the ending very much but I have to admit that the story was entertaining.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Auntee

    Competitive twin brothers + one lusty woman = unbelievable but utterly smutastic story.:)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Unapologetic_Bookaholic

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jenna is dating Ryan and has been for a year or so. He's a workaholic and she's deciding weather or not to end it all. Until one night, at a hotel where she's attending a friend's wedding she spots "Jake". Thinking this is her sex with a stranger fantasy come true she plays along with Ryan's game and has the time of her life. Later Jenna finds out she's pregnant and tells Ryan. He knows he never slept with her that night, but asks her to marry him anyway. It all come to a head when Jake is caugh Jenna is dating Ryan and has been for a year or so. He's a workaholic and she's deciding weather or not to end it all. Until one night, at a hotel where she's attending a friend's wedding she spots "Jake". Thinking this is her sex with a stranger fantasy come true she plays along with Ryan's game and has the time of her life. Later Jenna finds out she's pregnant and tells Ryan. He knows he never slept with her that night, but asks her to marry him anyway. It all come to a head when Jake is caught kissing "Aurora" and Ryan spots them. Jenna thinks she's kissing Ryan and realizes she's made a terrible mistake. Not only has she been kissing her brother's twin, but sleeping with him too! Well this is only the half of it. The story is one that I believe will make you a fan of Opal Carew if your not already. She develops her characters and story very well. Her love scenes are mentally engaging and physically stimulating and while not conventional you root for this romance in the end.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Night

    I don't want to say this book sucked, because that's unfair to the author who I am sure worked hard on this. I read Swing before and found that lacking. But it's a masterpiece compared to Twin Fantasies. This is seriously lacking. The entire concept is kind of creepy and ridiculous. I actually found myself skipping through a lot of the sex scenes because they were repetitive and boring. I was curious to see how the situation was going to resolve (although, let's face it, we all know what the end I don't want to say this book sucked, because that's unfair to the author who I am sure worked hard on this. I read Swing before and found that lacking. But it's a masterpiece compared to Twin Fantasies. This is seriously lacking. The entire concept is kind of creepy and ridiculous. I actually found myself skipping through a lot of the sex scenes because they were repetitive and boring. I was curious to see how the situation was going to resolve (although, let's face it, we all know what the ending is going to be). I had to practice buttloads of suspesion of disbelief. For example, I don't find it credible that Jenna and Ryan dated for a year but he never told her he had a brother (let alone that a twin)? The excuse given for that is flimsy at best. Especially when his brother is in town helping him work on a project. They aren't estranged, so it makes no sense that it never came up in conversation. I just found so much of this implausible and the ending rather squicky. But then again it kept my interst enough that I breezed through it rather quickly.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    Ehh. this one was a little weird to me. I don't want to go into detail because it would ruin part of the book.. but I was just a tiny bit creeped out. But I enjoyed the overall story and thought it was interesting.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sindys

    This book has a hilarious story. It is crazy Two better than one. This book has lots of sex. This is the first book I read about threesome.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Bronwyn Rykiert

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book was exactly as I expected and it was a good read. Jenna is in love with Ryan and he with her but he has not been showing it lately because he was spending too much time at work and she felt neglected. when he cancelled plans to come to a wedding with her she was very upset then she saw him later at the same hotel and when he introduced himself as Jake she thought he had come to th help her with one of her fantasies - making love to a stranger - she introduced helself as Aurora. They ha This book was exactly as I expected and it was a good read. Jenna is in love with Ryan and he with her but he has not been showing it lately because he was spending too much time at work and she felt neglected. when he cancelled plans to come to a wedding with her she was very upset then she saw him later at the same hotel and when he introduced himself as Jake she thought he had come to th help her with one of her fantasies - making love to a stranger - she introduced helself as Aurora. They had a great night together and when they were next together she never spoke to Ryan about because he never brought it up. Then she finds out that she is pregnant, Ryan asks her to marry him. It is not until the wedding that she discovers Ryan has a twin brother Jake and that he was who she had spent the night with and he was the father of her baby. She breaks off the wedding because she is such a dilemma as to what to do - it is suggested that she spend some time with Jake - next thing she is in love with him too - it gets interesting then. I enjoyed the intimaties between these 3 people. This book was recommended to me and I agree with the recommendation.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Jenna Kerry has been in love with the methodical and work-a-holic Ryan since the day they met, accepting his determined focus with it. When Ryan disappoints her with canceling their plans her mood goes from hurt to ecstatic when he shows up and acts out one of the fantasies she has always wanted to try, sex with a stranger, the problem is it is not far from the truth...Ryan never mentioned his twin brother Jake. Mistaken identity sets the path to a riveting story that has Jenna torn between two b Jenna Kerry has been in love with the methodical and work-a-holic Ryan since the day they met, accepting his determined focus with it. When Ryan disappoints her with canceling their plans her mood goes from hurt to ecstatic when he shows up and acts out one of the fantasies she has always wanted to try, sex with a stranger, the problem is it is not far from the truth...Ryan never mentioned his twin brother Jake. Mistaken identity sets the path to a riveting story that has Jenna torn between two brothers. You really feel for her quandry because Ryan was afraid to love her to much, where as Jake is more than willing not to hold back on anything, between the two of them they balance each other out on the perfect man. Had some areas where I thougth hmmmm...but overall very good. Love the cover on this one. 3.75.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mitabird

    This is probably one of the most ridiculous books I've ever read. The writing style seemed juvenile and the sex scenes were boring. Plus I had to suspend huge amounts of belief. It was like a train wreck and I couldn't stop reading this. I don't find it believable that Jenna and Ryan would be dating for a whole year and he never mentioned that he had a twin brother. Nor did he tell his brother Jake about Jenna.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    This author has good ideas for her books but for some reason her writing falls short for me. I can't get into her characters, usually I want to be the woman in the book or have the man or men in it. But not in this case and I was so excited about her being with twins which has always been my own fantasy! I was disappointed that I was not turned on by this book. I did finished this book by her which was more then I can say of her previous works.

  13. 5 out of 5

    ♆ BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme

    Identical twins are hard to figure out. But seriously, when their personalities are totally different, you can't tell which one is the one you are engaged too? What is your problem?? Jenna, grow a pair. I did end up liking this story only because I liked the twins. Jenna, not so much.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Walker

    Had to stop my other book to read this one when it came it. Very good and well written, also very hot!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    i honestly dont have words.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Robert Beveridge

    Opal Carew, Twin Fantasies (St. Martin's, 2007) Back when I was in middle school, I had a somewhat lucrative sideline to my allowance writing porn for my classmates. I would take something from Penthouse Letters or some other silly magazine as a template, give it some twists of my own, and sell it for fifty cents an episode (plus extra if you wanted me to write you into the story). It seems that I was actually twenty years ahead of my time, because now major publishers are hiring writers who pret Opal Carew, Twin Fantasies (St. Martin's, 2007) Back when I was in middle school, I had a somewhat lucrative sideline to my allowance writing porn for my classmates. I would take something from Penthouse Letters or some other silly magazine as a template, give it some twists of my own, and sell it for fifty cents an episode (plus extra if you wanted me to write you into the story). It seems that I was actually twenty years ahead of my time, because now major publishers are hiring writers who pretty much do the same thing, though I have to admit that Twin Fantasies, which actually goes farther than anything I wrote back in the day, does have more character development and a few pretty good plot twists. But I'm still wondering if I have my old notebooks lying around. I could do with a new career. Jenna Kerry seems to have it all; she's at a good friend's wedding reception and she's engaged to a very successful software company owner. Problem is that it's all surface; he's so wrapped up in his business that he barely has any time for her. She and her best friend have a heart-to-heart that leads to Jenna resolving to break up with him, and right then he walks through the door, even though he's supposed to be out of town on business, and treats Jenna to a night of passion through the filter of one of her favorite fantasies (which here we will call “the stranger and the harlot” to try and give you the idea without tripping Amazon's filters with words that are a bit more appropriate). All's well and good, and Jenna is newly enthused with the relationship, until she finds out the guy really was a stranger—her fiancé has a twin brother. And now they're both in love with her. What's a girl to do? For a novel that's really nothing more than a passel of (pretty darned good) sex scenes strung together with an admittedly paper-thin plot, it holds up rather well. When your plot is not your book's strong point, you've got to rely on your characters to drive the action. Carew's characters are a bit on the shallow side, and a few of their decisions are more convenient to the plot than they are realistic, but when you're reading porn (and let's face it, that's exactly what this is, whether it's published by Beeline Books or St. Martin's), the last thing you expect is three-dimensional folks acting like three-dimensional folks instead of blow-up dolls with voice boxes. (Not that the characters are realistic in any other way. Everyone in this book, as in most romance novels, conforms to someone's ideal, lookswise. I don't know whose, but someone's.) They're plastic-looking, but they're well-thought-out and just this shy of real, and that makes us able to identify with and care for them. As good porn writers know, this makes the sex scenes just that much hotter. (Though I have to say, for those reading this somewhere other than Amazon—which would never even consider letting this through, I'm sure—that I find myself unable to take any sex scene using the term “fur-covered balls” seriously. That's not sexy, that's silly. Are your hot studs part werewolf? And for the love of pete, she uses the term twice.) Quite a pleasant surprise, this. I'm going to go look for those notebooks now. *** ½

  17. 5 out of 5

    Elena

    This book gets the 2.5* solely for it's hotness factor. If we took the plot into consideration, it would get NEGATIVE 2.5* (i.e. -2.5*)! The sex was steamy and since this is an erotic romance, that's what I based the review on... Chemistry between the characters.... However, all else - EPIC FAIL! So many things that didn't make sense and required MAJOR SUSPENSION OF BELIEF: - Ryan and Jenna are dating and in love, yet he purposefully ignores her for weeks at a time because he "doesn't want to spend This book gets the 2.5* solely for it's hotness factor. If we took the plot into consideration, it would get NEGATIVE 2.5* (i.e. -2.5*)! The sex was steamy and since this is an erotic romance, that's what I based the review on... Chemistry between the characters.... However, all else - EPIC FAIL! So many things that didn't make sense and required MAJOR SUSPENSION OF BELIEF: - Ryan and Jenna are dating and in love, yet he purposefully ignores her for weeks at a time because he "doesn't want to spend too much time with her, because he's trying to make his company as successful as his brother's and thinks if he spends too much time with Jenna, he will lose track of all else!" (?!?!) How does this make sense?! You are aware that you are being rude and neglectful to your girlfriend, but you just don't want to get "too attached" because "beating your brother in business" is more important?! What an insecure loser! Major issues! - Ryan and Jenna dated for a year yet he never mentioned he had a (twin) brother! He is actually on good terms with his twin brother yet he didn't tell him about Jenna, either! So this is not an estranged brother that he doesn't speak to - no no, this brother is in town and they are working on a project together! - Ryan, the neglectful, turns out to be sooo much in love with Jenna, that when she tells him she had (what he thinks is) a one night stand with a stranger and got pregnant - he offers to marry her immediately! What guy would do this?! There were no harsh words, no accusations, no blaming her for cheating! No, no - he tells her he doesn't care and wants to marry her and love the kid as his own! WHATEVER! UNREALISTIC is too mild a word for this... - The twins are SOOOOOOOOOOOO identical, that Jenna can't tell them apart, even AFTER she knows that there is two of them. Ok, maybe I would understand it at first, if she didn't know there was a brother...but once she finds out and starts seeing both of them - she STILL can't tell them apart?!!?!? COME ON!!! No twins are THAT identical... - I hated the fact that Jenna couldn't decide between the two!! I honestly don't understand! Yes - they are both hot! Yes - you are attracted to both of them. But - their personalities were completely different, surely she could have figured out which one she is more compatible with! The whole "i can't decide thing" bothered me to no end! - Ending! MAJOR SUSPENSION OF BELIEF!!! (view spoiler)[They all end up living together, living as a threesome, raising two little boys! That is pretty disturbing if you ask me! What are Jenna's, Ryan's and Jake's parents saying to all this?! There are no family and friends issues here?!? Yeah, right! What are those poor boys going to tell their friends/teachers in school?! That their mom just couldn't decide, so she decided to sleep and live with two men simultaneously?! (hide spoiler)] I just don't see how this ending was plausible...

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michelle K

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 4 hearts out of 5 Well Opal Carew in my opinion the reigning Canadian Smut Queen. Her books are fun, contemporary fantasy and always have a happy ending. She is creative in her stories and there is always a lot of sex. No doubt about, Opal Carew books are chalked full of sex and fantasy. “Twin Fantasies” is about an erotic case of mistaken identity. Jenna has a boyfriend named Ryan. They have been dating about a year and half. They love each other but Ryan owns his own software company and he is t 4 hearts out of 5 Well Opal Carew in my opinion the reigning Canadian Smut Queen. Her books are fun, contemporary fantasy and always have a happy ending. She is creative in her stories and there is always a lot of sex. No doubt about, Opal Carew books are chalked full of sex and fantasy. “Twin Fantasies” is about an erotic case of mistaken identity. Jenna has a boyfriend named Ryan. They have been dating about a year and half. They love each other but Ryan owns his own software company and he is trying to get it off the ground. In doing so, he has a lot of business trips and usually puts Jenna second. When Ryan doesn’t make it to Jenna’s friend’s wedding as her date, she pretty much decides that although she loves him, she can no longer be second. About a month before the wedding, Jenna tells her boyfriend Ryan her secret fantasies hoping to spice up their romance. Her one fantasy is having sex with a stranger and she wants Ryan to act like a stranger. Jenna is so upset at the wedding and when she leaves early, she runs into Ryan’s identical twin brother Jake. Jake introduces himself and she thinks it is Ryan acting like a stranger. They end up having hot and steamy sex at the hotel where the wedding is being held. The entire time, Jake is totally falling for Jenna and can’t believe his luck while Jenna is back in love with Ryan for trying to act out her “sex stranger fantasy”. Well as you can well imagine how the story goes with Jenna thinking that Jake is really Ryan and Jake falling in love with Jenna. Meanwhile this entire time, Ryan is missing Jenna and can’t wait to see her but he is still away. Eventually Jenna finds out that she is pregnant and of course it is Jake’s. When Ryan eventually comes back from business and she tells him that she is pregnant he is totally blown away but feels so sad that Jenna had to fulfill her fantasy with a stranger. He thinks he has blown it so he asks her to marry him. So the story goes on with them finding out at their wedding rehearsal that Jake is really Jake and Ryan is Ryan and she cancels the wedding to work things out in her head. Long story short...this was totally entertaining and totally uninhibited. I adored the ending and I even took this book to work to read at lunch because I couldn’t wait to come home to finish it. The book is sexy hot, a little angsty and totally a fantasy. Loved it. Warning: Sex, M/F/M menage, anal sex, role playing,

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nupur

    So Jenna Kerry is a woman comfortable in her own skin and her sexuality...very comfortable. So she has a whole host of sexual fantasies and her boyfriend thinks staying away from her is the best way to not let her affect his work. Uh...wasn't distance supposed to make the heart grow fonder (or in this case lustier)? So anyway, he ditches her on one of their plans, she is missing him and while mulling over her relationship is just starting to cry when voila! there he is! Except it is actually the So Jenna Kerry is a woman comfortable in her own skin and her sexuality...very comfortable. So she has a whole host of sexual fantasies and her boyfriend thinks staying away from her is the best way to not let her affect his work. Uh...wasn't distance supposed to make the heart grow fonder (or in this case lustier)? So anyway, he ditches her on one of their plans, she is missing him and while mulling over her relationship is just starting to cry when voila! there he is! Except it is actually the twin brother. He walks up to her, introduces himself and the poor girl thinking he is actually playing out one of her fantasies is ecstatic. So far so good. The rest is predictable and to an extent boring to say the least. She finds out she is pregnant, tells the boyfriend Ryan about how wonderful the play acting was and how it changed her mind about ditching him. He thinks she had a ONS to get back at him, but proposes anyways. The twin bro, Jake meanwhile pines for her. A day before the wedding, she is shocked and well, can't choose between the two. Now, she has to be fair to the guys, right? So she agrees to spend a month at Jake's to come to her decision. The brothers are determined to be the chosen one, so they set out to win her over in the most erotic ways imaginable. Halfway through she is going from playing out her fantasies with one man to another...within minutes! Poor damsel finally realizes she really can't choose between he two...so the three of them live happily ever after (with her boys...you guessed it, twins). I found it absolutely boring, but for someone look for a higher level of the staple romance novels...this is it.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Jenna falls in love with identical twins Jake and Ryan. They both want to marry her, and she can't decide between the two of them. I wasn't too impressed with this book. First of all, whoever did the editing, missed many places where the writer mixed up on the two brothers' names. Secondly, there was a lot of ordinary sex scenes that were just written through the motions: "she did that" and then "he did this", etc., without much emotion or eroticism. Yawn! Finally, the dialogue was uninspired an Jenna falls in love with identical twins Jake and Ryan. They both want to marry her, and she can't decide between the two of them. I wasn't too impressed with this book. First of all, whoever did the editing, missed many places where the writer mixed up on the two brothers' names. Secondly, there was a lot of ordinary sex scenes that were just written through the motions: "she did that" and then "he did this", etc., without much emotion or eroticism. Yawn! Finally, the dialogue was uninspired and immature between the characters. The two brothers arguing over Jenna sounded like a couple of high school students rather than 30-something college-graduated businessmen.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Yee

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I've been wanting to read a twin m/m/f for a while but I never found one till this book and not was I NOT disappointed! I loved this book so much! I honestly probably read too much books where polyandry is pretty normal I really thought she was going to pick only ONE twin. I was having mental break downs while reading cause I didn't want one twin to be sad or they all hurt but in the end but I'm SO HAPPY SHE CHOSE TO HAVE TWO OF THEM! all the hot scenes well were duh HOT AF and jake?! mhmm my fa I've been wanting to read a twin m/m/f for a while but I never found one till this book and not was I NOT disappointed! I loved this book so much! I honestly probably read too much books where polyandry is pretty normal I really thought she was going to pick only ONE twin. I was having mental break downs while reading cause I didn't want one twin to be sad or they all hurt but in the end but I'm SO HAPPY SHE CHOSE TO HAVE TWO OF THEM! all the hot scenes well were duh HOT AF and jake?! mhmm my favorite he was just so love able and adventurous and sweet Ryan. how can you not fall for both of these men?! I wish I could have some twin fantasies

  22. 5 out of 5

    Brianna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. okay, this wasn't the best erotic novel in the world. I mean it had hot sex scene, but everyone was too pushy, or too needy for my taste. the main female character was too stubborn and too emotional. She should have still giving her boyfriend a chance, but instead, decided "well, i am too needy, so i want both of you". I don't even want to start on the brothers. Ryan needs to lighten up and Jake needs to be stop being cocky and stealing his brother's girlfriends all the time. I hated the charact okay, this wasn't the best erotic novel in the world. I mean it had hot sex scene, but everyone was too pushy, or too needy for my taste. the main female character was too stubborn and too emotional. She should have still giving her boyfriend a chance, but instead, decided "well, i am too needy, so i want both of you". I don't even want to start on the brothers. Ryan needs to lighten up and Jake needs to be stop being cocky and stealing his brother's girlfriends all the time. I hated the character in here.

  23. 4 out of 5

    LaFleurBleue

    I guess it's supposed to be considered a romantica, as there is a HEA. However it was tough to believe in it, considering the longstanding tension between the twin brothers and the way Jenna so poorly managed their getting together and spent ages hesitating and switching from one twin's bed to the other, with both of them getting basically POed in the process. To put it clearly, I did not believe for one second in the cheesy epilogue offered at the end of the book. Even the hot scenes were not a I guess it's supposed to be considered a romantica, as there is a HEA. However it was tough to believe in it, considering the longstanding tension between the twin brothers and the way Jenna so poorly managed their getting together and spent ages hesitating and switching from one twin's bed to the other, with both of them getting basically POed in the process. To put it clearly, I did not believe for one second in the cheesy epilogue offered at the end of the book. Even the hot scenes were not as steamy as they could be. It was however rather well written.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia L

    This book was just okay for me. It was predictable at times. Jake and Jenna together made me laugh. I was a little irritated that at one point she could tell it was Ryan who came to her house first. But then after being at Jake's for so long, she didn't know it was Ryan she was giving a BJ to? I also thought the book skipped ahead in time too much. One day the three are having sex and then it's the epilogue and the twin boys are calling the guys Daddy R and Daddy J? Overall the sex was hot but t This book was just okay for me. It was predictable at times. Jake and Jenna together made me laugh. I was a little irritated that at one point she could tell it was Ryan who came to her house first. But then after being at Jake's for so long, she didn't know it was Ryan she was giving a BJ to? I also thought the book skipped ahead in time too much. One day the three are having sex and then it's the epilogue and the twin boys are calling the guys Daddy R and Daddy J? Overall the sex was hot but the story was just okay.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Joy Boutwell

    Twin Fantasies by Opal Carew is a really good book. Jenna has a secret fantasy but Ryan is never around. After blowing her off one more time she decides shes going to break up with him. When she turns she sees him and can't believe hes there. When he comes up to her he says I'm Jake. She thinks her fantasy is coming to life. You have to read the book because it is good. The only thing is Jenna needed to grow a backbone and tell Ryan to kiss her ass. He was a prick and didn't know what he had til Twin Fantasies by Opal Carew is a really good book. Jenna has a secret fantasy but Ryan is never around. After blowing her off one more time she decides shes going to break up with him. When she turns she sees him and can't believe hes there. When he comes up to her he says I'm Jake. She thinks her fantasy is coming to life. You have to read the book because it is good. The only thing is Jenna needed to grow a backbone and tell Ryan to kiss her ass. He was a prick and didn't know what he had till he almost lost her. But in the end it turns out good.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Emily Sarcos

    Not to be disrespectful but this is the most risible and absurd book I've ever read, the plot just does not work, not even for the most open-minded persons, simply because it's too convenient for the main character, she should be called Mary Sue rather than Jenna. It wasn't even entertainment because all the sex scenes were BORED as heaven, I mean I found myself skipping some pages, what waste of time.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rezarta

    Too much... Whoa... that was... weird. Don't get me wrong, it was pretty sexy at some parts but the rest... The plot was just insane. I get that she had fantasies but her fantasy was a little too much. Even if they were twins, there is no way that they looked THAT much alike. I had a higher expectation but now I'm just disappointed... I don't know if I'd like to read any of his books again...

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    This book had me looking for more Opal Carew...always a good sign in my book. HA. Anyway, the sex scenes were very steamy and the men very hot. The story line is fine and not strong or weak - just there and works. But the detailed awesome sex scenes make it a 5-star and left me hungry for more by the author. Now if my library would just get more Carew in!!!!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Goge (BARRONS) le Moning Maniac,

    A lot of those stars are for the barbeque of a book Opal Carew wrote. As in the smoking hot sex. I fucking get unsettled with more than one partner couples. It's either m/f m/m or f/f never m/m/f (what do you need two guys for? Selfish whore much?) f/m/f (Is this possible? Females are such stingy bitches. And I'd like to think one per person) m/m/m (tried it, hated it)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Puna

    UGH! "I have to have time to think about this." But until I make up my mind I'm going to spread my legs every time one of you walks into the room. Could not stand the whore, or wimpy Ryan, OR 'outlet for sexual release' Jake. Total waste of my time. Luckily the sex scenes were multiple and repetitive so I was able to skip most after the first 2-3 and not miss a thing.

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