Title – Sex Love Repeat
Author – Alessandra Torre
Publication Date – November 18, 2013
In Malibu, I sleep late in our worn out bed. Dance to Bob Marley in the sand. Find love and peace in Paul’s arms.
In Hollywood, I drink champagne and watch our chef fix dinner. I visit Stewart at work and let him take me on top of his desk.
Two separate lives. Two separate men. A woman that watched us all.
I should have known that it wouldn’t work out.
Not that I should be surprised by now, but Alessandra Torre has an amazing gift when it comes to her writing. Every new book of hers that I read is so clever and innovative that I get sucked in and lost in the world she creates. Her characters are superb, her storylines are believable, and the sex is always scorching!
Sex Love Repeat is about a woman who loves two men, much as the synopsis describes. However, it’s nothing like what you would expect as the story unravels. I know that a lot of people tend to steer clear of love triangles, but trust me when I say that this is one you definitely want to read. Alessandra takes a topic that many hate and puts this incredible twist on it. The dichotomy of the two men and how absolutely polar opposite they are is fascinating. However, it’s what makes the story flow with such ease. Stewart is a workaholic, while Paul is a laidback surfer. Madison has such different lives with the two of them and it allows her to feel completely whole. When it comes down to it though, you just can’t hate her – which is what I think makes Sex Love Repeat unique from similar plot lines.
As I was reading, I really did feel like the characters spoke to Alessandra and dictated their own paths. There was such a natural, organic flow to the events of the story. I don’t often come across that feeling and it was quite refreshing to read. I absolutely loved this book. It was hot, it was sweet, it was perfect. The writing was excellent with metaphors beginning some of the chapters. It’s also told from several different points of view so you really do get a global perspective on the situations at hand. It’s clear that I’m a fan of Alessandra, but this work just proved that I’ll continue to read whatever it is she gives us!
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