Under the Wrapping by Robbie Cox


Under the Wrapping

By: Robbie Cox
Genres: Romance
Pages: 110
Series: The Best of Both Worlds #2
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Published on: November 27, 2017
Under the Wrapping by Robbie Cox

Jane shook her head. “Makes you sound like a toy,” she said with a chuckle. “The world is definitely a new place and changing all the time.” She turned her gaze back to Susanna, as she began to pull the lotions out of the box. “And I take it you stayed?”
Susanna rested her hands on the edge of the box. “I did. Is that weird?”
“In today’s world, there is no such thing as weird when it comes to relationships. You just have to find what works for you and go for it. Two men pining away for you and lavishing you with gifts and love and affection… What woman wouldn’t want that?” She winked at Susanna, offering her a smile.
“Thanks. I was afraid you were going to think I was weird or some sort of slut or something.”
Jane waved off the notion. “Nah. If it’s what you want and everyone is in agreement, then I say go for it. Who’s to judge what’s right for another person?”
Susanna reached out and squeezed Jane’s arm. “Thank you. I really needed to hear that.”
Jane placed her hand on Susanna’s and returned the squeeze. “We all have to live our life the way we think is best. Don’t let anyone tell you differently or shame you for making your choices.”
Find out what happens to Susanna Tawnie once Santa gives her everything she wanted for Christmas.

Also by this author: Enter the Witch: The Witches of Savannah, My Mate's Wife , Magic's Mate

I received this book for free from Author Gifted in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Robbie Cox doesn’t just write paranormal romance/erotica but also contemporary romance/erotica. This is one such book. It is the second story in the Best of Both Worlds. the first book Ribbons and Bows starts with Susanna who lives with two men. She got into a relationship with one, a surfer and professor. When her other roommate broke up with his submissive girlfriend Susanna starts dating him. The first story ended with both men finding out about each other and Susanna arriving back to the apartment to pick up her stuff and the guys asking her to stay.

 

Under the Wrapping continues as Susanna and the two guys work on how they are going to have the relationship they want without jealousy or other issues. Susanna must also decide if she wants to tell her friends and family that she is seeing two men at the same time.

 

This book has some steam to it. It also has your normal relationship drama. Of course it does, and that is one of the reasons I really liked it. It isn’t just a book with flowers and butterflies that ends well. There are issues with relationships, especially when you have a relationship with more than one person. You are going to have the possibility of having twice the relationship drama, and that is okay.

 

Yes this is a fiction, or is it? It is written as a fiction, but this could be a real relationship somewhere. That is how real the author was able to make it. I really enjoy the realism of this book. Do I want what Susanna has? Not specifically, but for those that do, more power to do what you enjoy. Culture is a weird thing, and for some people they do not subscribe to what society considers to be ‘normal’ and that is okay. Who cares what someone thinks as normal?

 

It is important to read the first book in this series, just so you know what is going on. If you don’t then that is fine, but you will miss what lead up to their relationship status.

 

 

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About Robbie Cox

I live in sunny Florida where I spend my days taxiing the family to various places while jotting down the many crazy thoughts inside my head. I enjoy a freelance career writing for several magazines sharing some of my interesting viewpoints on life and those around me. I can usually be found on my back porch watching the squirrels chittering at the birds while enjoying a cigar, a scotch, and the many characters that talk to me inside my head.

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