Cupid’s Library Review

17 10 2007
Summer Alan:
Isosceles Triangle
4-1/2 Cupids!
 

Dr. David Isosceles McAllister’s goal in life is to create the first clone cyborg. After years of failure and being ridiculed by the scientific community, David finally succeeds in creating Adam. Adam is Dr. McAllister’s doppelganger. In addition to looking just like his creator, Adam has some not so apparent similarities to his creator. Chelsea Dawson, David’s long suffering lab assistant, has desired David for more years than she cares to think about with no reciprocation. Upon meeting Adam and after seeing the much wanted passion and desire reciprocated she gives in to her lusts. When David stumbles upon the two together will he be the unemotional scientist or be so overcome with envy that he will act on his own desires?

ISOSCELES TRIANGLE is a fabulous quick read. MS. ALAN captures the tunnel vision people get when going after something they want regardless of anything else. David is so consumed that he cannot or, rather I should say, does not want to see Chelsea’s interest in him for years. I love how the spark that gave life to Adam, gave renewed life to Chelsea and ultimately enlightened David to what was around him and what was most important. MS. ALAN has a great writing style. It is quite engaging and throughout this read I was delighted by her humor and the various types of passions her characters displayed. This is a fast read which is very easy to finish in one sitting. I was sorry to get through it so fast since each character interested me and this story was so novel to me. The erotic scenes in this book are hot and unique especially the awesome scene at the end of the book. I look forward to reading more from this author.

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