C. D. Gorri
on Feb. 9, 2015 :
Emotions run high in this shot erotica romance between best friends Finn and Bree. Bianca Dean keeps you reading with sensual word play and steamy scenes between the two teens. A simple board game changes everything when these two get together, they emotions they are dealing with surrounding their race, friendships, and even prom make the characters believable and authentic. This is a fast paced sexually charged read for those of you erotica lovers out there. Definitely worth a try!
(review of free book)
on Jan. 23, 2015 :
This is a short read about an interracial male/female best friend duo (Conrad aka Finn and Bree) that are seniors in high school. Finn and Bree know each other well: from each other’s body language, to facial expressions, right down to the mood each other are in by the use of certain pet names.
Finn is the stereotypical sexually experienced jock that girls flock to while Bree is the opposite. Bree is a virgin. Boys don’t view her as girlfriend material but as a BFF because of her confidence; and the girls think she is too aloof. Because of this, Bree has come to terms with not dating even though she has a crush on her best friend.
While playing Monopoly one day the topic of prom comes up and who is taking who. Once Finn realizes Bree does not have a date or any real prospects, he suggest they go together. The suggestion is met with reservations however. Bree wants her prom night to be special and feels Finn will ignore her at the first sight of another girl.
C’mon Finn. We both know that me going with you would be just like me going alone. You’d be fine at first, then Kelly or some other girl would come along and I’d loose my date for the rest of the night. If I’m going to be seen alone, than I’d rather just show up alone
Bree confesses to Finn she hopes a boy named Bobby Scott will ask her to prom. To Bree’s surprise Finn is upset at this admission as Bobby is known around school as a cherry popper which does not bother Bree. In frustration, Finn demonstrates what could happen without her permission. Finn notices how his demo excites Bree and things quickly more from just friends to more.
As previously indicated the characters are in high school and their conversation and conduct prove as such. Neither character is particularly memorable but parts did make me recall my youthful days as a teen (insert smile). Bree’s continual laughing irritated me. Her laughter in scenes seemed inappropriate and I justified it as nerves because everything does not tickle.
By the time he’d reached her knee, she was trying to hold back giggles. Finn smiled as he shook his head. He kissed higher, and her giggles increased. “This isn’t the part where you laugh, sweetheart.”
Besides the sniggers by Bree, the other item that bugged me was there was no condom usage. Seniors in high school have been taught safe sex. In fact, Bree mentions taking a health class, so I was disturbed that she did not take precautions to safeguard herself.
Wanna Play is a lot more than playing Monopoly. If you're into teen best friend reads that crush on one another then give Wanna Play a try.
(review of free book)