Sharon Tice has the world at her feet. Successful, beautiful, and an executive in her father’s firm, the only thing missing is the boyfriend to match. But, she soon meets Mark Antonious Richfield, all that a woman could want in a man. Attraction is instantaneous between the two but nothing is ever easy. Rumors and innuendos surround the handsome Mark, especially when it comes to his blond, Adonis of a roommate, Jack. Can Sharon get to the bottom and discover the truth or will it all boil down to A Question of Sex
To be honest I was a bit leery of reading this story. I’m a huge fan of G.A. Hauser, and when I first started reading her books, I didn’t realize that most of them are connected in some fashion. So, I first learned about Sharon and Mark while reading Capital Games and instantly disliked Sharon. I’m thankful that I did finally decide to read A Question of Sex. It put Mark and Sharon’s relationship in a whole new light, and I found myself going from active dislike to really liking Sharon. The poor woman has to struggle with her fears about the man she loves being in an illicit relationship with his best friend and roommate, Jack. Add in the disapproval of her family for her relationship with Mark and a myriad of other problems, each contributing to her behavior and causing me to feel her pain. While Sharon came across as a bit immature at times, I had to remember that she was only twenty three and was entitled to be a bit of a whiner at times. Now on to Mark, Mark is one hunk of a man, and he has to be to have both women and men dropping in salivating piles of goo at his feet. Add in the question of his sexuality, his hunky roommate Jack and you have a serious case of is he or isn’t he? I would have been right up there with Sharon, torn between wanting Mark and worrying that I wasn’t exactly what he wanted in a mate. G.A Hauser is a very talented author and A Question of Sex is another gem in her tiara of yummy characterization and intriguing plotlines.