This is an erotica romance book featuring three couples' exploration of each others' sex fantasies. What makes it special was that they're all married couples, which I liked b/c it goes away from the social lie that once youre married your sex life is doomed to be dull and dead. The only thing that bothered me was that in two of the stories, as part of their sex games they brought in a third party. How does that create oneness? And that in itself lowered my rating for it.