A wounded rock star, a bodyguard, and a CEO get trapped in a snowed-in cabin…
It sounds like the beginning of a joke, but it’s not. This is the start of an epic love story between three men. Three men who have a history twined together with encounters and impressions that have marked their years.
They just never realized how all those brief encounters would eventually change their lives forever.
Daniel, the rock star who survived a plane crash who’s trying to figure out how to live his life without his legs.
Luke, the bodyguard who made so many mistakes and now thinks he doesn’t deserve the man he’s loved for years.
Austin, the CEO who thinks he’s on the outside pulling the strings, but what he doesn’t realize is without him at the core, this relationship will never work…for any of them.
Three men, one snowy winter cabin, one epic love story waiting to be discovered…
I may or may not have mentioned that menage books are not my go-to, but I’ve been known to make an exception or two. Especially when it’s written by an author I trust that’s part of a series I love. So… picking up Found at the Rock Concert was a no brainer.
Although this is labeled as a stand alone, it crosses over a lot of the events that took place in Found at the Jazz Club. Which, by the way, is the perfect set up for a re-read, right? Anyway, since the back-tracking is from a totally different POV, it was just enough to get me back up to speed AND keep the story fresh.
On the surface, Daniel was the broken one in this trio, but really all three of them were broken in their own way. Luke had fought his attraction to Daniel for years and there was a lot miscommunication between the two of them. And then there was Austin. His one encounter with Daniel left an impression. One he never forgot. Regardless of his attraction, he thought that Daniel and Luke were meant for each other. Enough so that he planned an elaborate way to force them together. Luckily fate had other plans. All Austin had to do was trust his heart and the two men he was quickly falling for.
Nothing’s easy when it comes to love and when three hearts are involved it gets even more complicated. I loved the way that the author brought these three together and found a way to help them make it work. ❤
Two cops walk into a bar. Mason, the bartender, waits for the punch line, because no way in hell are these ridiculously hot men real cops. They’re straight out of a cop-fetish fantasy. But he quickly learns that Jack and Gray are the real deal, and they want him in the worst way.
What starts as a night of hot, three-way sex becomes a lot more. The two cops fulfill Mason’s submissive fantasies, but they also meet a more basic need, comfort. They want to take care of Mason, to offer him unconditional friendship, but their concern for him unnerves Mason more than even the kinkiest sex.
To find happiness with his new partners, Mason must change his belief that love is as much a fantasy as a pair of gorgeous, handcuff-wielding cops landing in his bed.
Short, sweet and plenty of heat. I’m not sure why it’s taken me so long to pick up the Fitting In series, but now that I started, I definitely need to continue. Especially since the end of the first book is just the beginning of the relationship between Jack, Gray and Mason.
Mason knows that there’s no way a three-way relationship can really work. Someone always gets hurt and he learned this first hand. Jack and Gray have their work cut out for them while trying to convince him that there’s room for Mason in their relationship.
I loved these guys together and I can’t wait to watch this relationship continue with the next book in the series, Sorting Out.
Can you ever have a second first time?
Josh Carver thinks it’s just another lunch with his best friend, Michael—until Michael confesses he just turned down a date with his hot veterinarian crush. It seems Michael’s abusive ex left him more scarred than Josh realized.
Josh and his husband, Ian, have done their best to help Michael leave his horrific past behind, but even Josh is stunned when Ian suggests that Josh help Michael with his fear of physical intimacy. After all, it isn’t like it would be the first time—Josh and Michael were once each other’s firsts.
A hesitant first kiss, and Josh and Michael’s natural attraction eases the way. But with Michael still balking at the prospect of sex with someone new, Ian steps into the breach.
Everything is fine and dandy until emotions become so entangled, their friendship—and a marriage—could be at risk.
Warning: Contains three guys who will do anything for each other, a hot tub that’s always the right temperature, and a cat with an attitude problem.
First, Ian is amazing. I don’t know many men or women who would show as much love and trust as this man did in What He Left Behind. Second, this premise had disaster written all over it from the first page. I couldn’t see how any of these men could walk away from this unscathed. And for the record, they didn’t.
My loyalties between Ian, Michael and Josh floated throughout this book. It would have been easier if I could have disliked any of them. The truth is I loved all three. Michael was totally broken and needed to be able to depend on someone he trusted. Ian was totally devoted to Josh, but trusted him enough to push him to help Michael. Josh was totally devoted to Ian, but was still emotionally attached to Michael in a way that made him want to find a way to help him that didn’t involve doing the man who broke him bodily harm.
It took a tremendous amount of love and devotion between all three of these men to make things work. In the end I admired them all. What He Left Behind is a very appropriate title in more ways than one. In the beginning I thought I knew who the title referred to, but by the end I realized more than one of them had left something behind. It takes a special book to make me feel like a menage could really work and this is definitely one of them.