LOST AND FOUND
Jamieson creates an emotionally complex, well-written story about relationships. The moderate pace allows for absorption of details in this complex, affecting romance. Love scenes are alternately hot and tender, with a few menage and anal play segments.
When Krissa and Derek are unable to conceive, he initially refuses to use a sperm donor or contemplate adoption. Nate has come to his friends’ home to heal from old emotional — in addition to new physical — wounds. Although Nate is puzzled by the decline in Krissa and Derek’s marriage, he listens to their daring proposal.
Krissa suggests that Nate donate sperm for in-vitro fertilization. However, Derek decides that the donation should be done naturally, for everyone’s enjoyment. A wild sexual odyssey ensues, with the hope that a new life will be created. Krissa thinks that all her dreams are coming true, but when secrets are uncovered she has to make some hard decisions about love and forgiveness. (SAMHAINPUBLISHING.COM, dl. $5.50)