Review: Sixty-Nine – Pynk


Paperback: 368 pages
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing; 1 edition (March 25, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0446563331
ISBN-13: 978-0446563338
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Magnolia Butler – Long Series of unfaithful boyfriends.
Rebe Palo-Richardson – Ex Wife of NFL Football Player.
Darla Humphreys-Clark – Widow.

3 Friends find themselves on the verge of turning 40. On New Years Eve, of their 40th year, they make a pact to experience new sexual freedom. The Sixty Nine in the book has nothing to do with the sexual position, but is related to the year in which the 3 women were born. Rebe is the first to pursue this, when she picks up a man at the bar. Darla wants to open an adult store, while Magnolia thinks about pursuing being a stripper.

Along the way in their pursuits, there will be both good and bad circumstances. Giving in to your desires can impact not just you, but those around your, your family, your friends, and sometimes strangers. Different aspects of human sexuality are covered throughout the book, some were new concepts to me. The characters participated in swingers clubs, online chat rooms. There were stories of betrayal, love, and forgiveness.

This is the second book I’ve reviewed by author Pynk. The books are definitely meant for an adult audience. If I were to put a rating on it, I’d probably say R or NC-17. The characters are nicely developed, and I actually liked these women, and felt sorry for them at times.

If you are a fan of erotic fiction, then check this book out. If however, sexual talk is something that offends you, then you definitely want to skip this.

*Disclaimer* A special thanks goes out to Brad at Hachette Book Group for a review copy of this book. It in no way influenced my review. You can discuss it here or join my facebook page and discuss it there.