Threesome: Where Seduction, Power & Basketball Collide

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Simon and Schuster, May 3, 2005 - Fiction - 192 pages
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Sasha Borianni is smart, sexy, and determined to have it all on her own terms. After her passionate affair with Cole, a married man, goes horribly wrong, she immerses herself in her new job as the personal assistant to twenty-three-year-old NBA All-Star Phoenix Carter. An outsider in the exciting, sexually charged underbelly of professional basketball, Sasha quickly finds herself seduced by the lifestyle of the rich and famous. Before long she's caught between two men -- her insatiable younger boss and Trent, a man who knows his way around the bedroom. Will she succumb to the self-destructive behavior that threatens Phoenix and all who follow the game? Will she let Cole back into her bed when he resurfaces? She's not afraid to risk it all to get the man she wants -- but which man will she choose?

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This was really a good book. I actually read the series backwards. I read the sequel first. 2hrs 36mins Read full review

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Brenda L. Thomas is the national bestselling author of Threesome, Fourplay, The Velvet Rope, Every Woman's Got a Secret, Woman On Top, Secret Service and the deeply moving memoir of her 15-year struggle with domestic violence and drug addiction, Laying Down My Burdens. She has contributed short stories to the anthologies Four Degrees of Heat and Kiss the Year Goodbye. Brenda, a native of Philadelphia, is currently serving as Executive Producer of the movie adaptation of Laying Down My Burdens. Visit her website at BrendaLThomas.net.

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