Professional life in the City of London is tough going, which is why my husband Gabe and I live by the motto work hard and play hard. So when something, or rather someone, comes along that changes how he wants to play I'm intrigued by our sexy new game.
But there's always private sides to the ones you love, and in this case new thoughts and desires are stealing Gabe's dreams. It's not until I meet Brent - gorgeous and sophisticated yet soul-achingly alone - that I begin to understand the complex layers of Gabe's needs and exactly what I have to do.
But I'm not afraid; in fact the idea of two men turns me the hell on. In a whirlwind of romance, fear, desire, and a new cresting wave of passion we open up to each other, testing the water for one weekend only. Or is it? Will we ever be the same again? Can Gabe and I survive our decision to let a third into our bed? Can Brent just walk away and, more importantly, will we let him?
©2013 Lily Harlem (P)2015 Lily Harlem
Really enjoyed this book there are not enough good polyamorous menage romances. This was a very moving story it was really sexy but touched my heart strings like few others have. Very good!
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My first impression was that the British narrators were mediocre, especially the male voices. The men sounded too soft, not like sexy hunks.
The main female character (mid 30s) was strong and smart, a nice change from the wimpy young women who seem to be so popular in books lately. However I found it unbelievable that she instantly accepted her husband of 10 years (Gabe) sudden interest in a man.
Brent, the other man, was interesting and sweet and together the men treated her with respect, with no domination or violence.
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