Sodom is a virtual reality resort set in Detroit, thus the name.
Avoiding relationships and devoting her self to her work has made Maeve Burgundy a boring lady. When she wins a package at the Sodom resort she doesn’t remember entering, she tries to refuse. Her co-worker Trinity is coming along for the ride and her boss has threatened to fire her if she works while on a mandated vacation. So why not embrace this vacation whole-heartedly? The resort specializes in all kinds of fantasies. You think it up and they can procure the situation you want and even invite other resort guests into your virtual reality.
Through this all there have been two men orchestrating this meeting. Angel, formerly known as Rafe, once knew Maeve when they were teenagers, young and in love. Going off to different colleges and a drunken email drove them apart, but Angel wants Maeve back. Angel now has a partner he loves, Luke, who is sent off to investigate Maeve. Luke of course is all aboard bringing Maeve into their relationship.
The two men slowly weave their way into Maeve’s fantasies, getting to know her and her them as they go from one fantasy to another. The big angst of the story is when to let Maeve know who Angel really is as she has already fallen for these men she barely knows.
This is a sexy, extremely quick and fast romance. Over the course of three fantasies and one real life encounter, it’s hot and heavy. The menage is on! While there is some conflict it is overcome way to easily. The draw back of this novel is I never really felt like I got to know these people outside of how they were in bed. If you like quick romances that get you in the sack, this will do it hot and fast and leave you breathless for more.
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