MacNeal pushes the boundaries with
her latest. While the writing is fair, the sexual swapping within the family distracts from the story, and the introduction of
an enigmatic stranger offers no relief
from a story full of sexual escapades.
Identical twins Camille and Colette are saved from a life of poverty in France when they're wed to Rutledge Bentley and his son, Heath. Neither sister finds sexual satisfaction with her spouse, and they decide to secretly switch partners. What will the sisters do when a mysterious stranger comes into their lives and threatens to expose their sexual secrets? (APHRODISIA, Nov., 352 pp., $13.95)