Book Title: Impersonating Sam
Author: Leslie Lee Sanders
Publisher: Blade Publishing
ISBN Number: 978-1-897560-26-6
Price: $2.99 @ Bookstrand.com
Review copy provided by author.
Sunni’s boyfriend just left her for another man. Heartbroken, the only ones who can comfort her is her best friend Joseph and his lover Ben. While struggling to overcome her pain, she struggles to understand her intense crush on Joseph and his sexual relationship with Ben.
Knowing her feelings for Joseph, the boys suggest they share a passionate night to help heal Sunni’s broken heart. Sunni is hesitant as she struggles with her boyfriend’s betrayal, but thoughts of being enveloped in Joseph’s arms mercilessly nags at her.
When Sunni stumbles upon Joseph’s erotic novel, it helps her realize an opportunity she can't pass up. With help from the novel’s sexy character Sam, Sunni soon realizes that being someone else might give her the emotional strength she’s been lacking. Could she finally get over her losses and have her very own happily ever after?
As you can see from the blurb above, Sunni has been dumped by her boyfriend for another man. One day out of the blue he tells her that he is in love with another man and must be with him in order to stay true to himself. I felt so bad for Sunni and could not even begin to imagine how she must be feeling. She turns to her best friend Joseph that happens that happens to be gay and lives with his boyfriend Ben. Sunni has some unresolved feelings when it comes Joseph and has a hard time seeing the two of them together. She turns to them when she is feeling her absolute worst, and they want to make her feel better. ;) Giving into her attraction to the both of them, things get hot between the 3 of them. I enjoyed the scenes between them because they are all curious and open and honest with each other.
I'm giving Impersonating Sam a rating of *3* Bells!
I loved that Joseph was a supportive friend and was there for Sunni when she needed him the most. We all need friends to be there for us in our time of need. I thought the book ended on a positive note and I look forward to reading more of Leslie's work in the future.