Book Review: The Women Who Love Rome by London Tracy

Title: The Women Who Love Rome
Author: London Tracy
Genre: Contemporary Romance / Women’s Fiction
Age Group: Adult
Rating: 4 stars
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Rome is a rich, successful movie producer, accustomed to having his way; Thursday is sweet, naive, and eager to please. When the two ex-lovers cross paths, it’s love at first sight all over again.

After an explosive reunion, Thursday learns that Rome now shares his home with two ladyloves and has every intention of making her his newest conquest. Together, they embark on a daring, unorthodox living arrangement that pushes the boundaries of lust, love, and the forbidden.

The Women Who Love Rome is an unorthodox contemporary / erotic romance novel that pushes the boundaries of relationships and how we know them, in literature and in real life. Thursday runs back into her ex, Rome, a rich and successful movie producer. She still feels attracted toward him, and he feels the same towards her. The only problem? He’s already in a relationship.

He has two girlfriends already, and he wants to make her his third conquest. But will Thursday be able to cope with that, and with the complicated dynamics of being in a polyamorous relationship?

The book is at times hilarious, at times eye-opening. It’s an interesting book, that’s for sure, and fans of erotic / contemporary romance looking for something new, should give this book a try.

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