- Ellora's Cave
- Release Date
- June 2013
- Book 1 of Members Only
BDSM, Erotic Romance
She knows it's wrong. Cyn shouldn't have feelings for fraternal twins Jared and Chris, her best friends. She shouldn't want them to tie her up or strap her down, to take her one at a time—or together. The only way to control her taboo desires is to write them down and lock them away in her diary. Guys like Jared and Chris could never be interested in someone like her, or in the kind of sex she craves.
But Jared and Chris have read her diary, and sweet little Cyn is in for the shock of her life. The brothers not only own a members-only BDSM club, they want her. Need her. And now, with their unlimited funds and an entire establishment devoted to fulfilling her darkest pleasures, they're going to claim Cyn for their own.
Inside Scoop: If you have a kink, this book probably has it too. If you like your ménage romances extra hot with a side of male-male romance, spanking, voyeurism and girl-on-girl action, come and get it.
A Romantica® BDSM erotic romance from Ellora's Cave
Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Jul 26, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
137 people found the following review helpful
Laying to rest past demons and accepting that your desires are not to be ashamed of is what we see best friends Cyn, Jared, and Chris struggle with in TOGETHER IN CYN.
Cyn has been in love with twins Jared and Chris for as long as she can remember. They have always been there for her as her best friends. Throughout that friendship, Cyn has been keeping a diary and filling it with all her fantasies about the dark and kinky things she would like to do with Jared and Chris. Cyn would never dream of sharing these thoughts with her best friends because she believes her desires are unnatural and her one exploration with BDSM did not end well. What she doesn't know is that the boys have the same kinks and fantasies and when they find her diary, all the rules of their relationship change.
This was a really good story that went beyond where I thought it would go. I did not expect some of the deeper and darker parts of the plot, which really added to my enjoyment. Ms. Kacey's story had some typical elements--not being sure the BDSM lifestyle is "normal", having a crush on a best friend that you don't think is reciprocated, and the crazy hotness that results from exploring fantasies and hidden desires. The elements of the plot that I did not find typical, and which enhanced the story immensely, were the secrets that were being kept and the demons that were quietly being fought by the characters. I enjoyed watching the characters struggle with those inner demons and start to overcome them once they were revealed. The love and support between these three characters was as enjoyable to read about as their passion and lust.
Great story with great characters. I can't wait to read more of the Members Only series.
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Aug 01, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
129 people found the following review helpful
Confessing dirty secret fantasies to a diary should be safe. That is, unless the diary is purloined by the object of your desires.
Cyn lusts after her best friends Jared and Chris. She sacrifices finding a real job just to stay near them even if they ignore her lustful flirtation. Finally giving up, she decides to move on. Twins Jared and Chris are afraid of frightening Cyn with their real business, an exclusive high-end BDSM club. When they get their hands on her diary and read her fantasies, it allows them to break through their restraint and go after her.
This is a good start for Ms. Kacey's first book. The sex scenes are hot and nicely set up. With rich men and high-end private club stocked with fetish wear included in the membership dues, this is definitely classified as GlitterKink. The surprise sexual combination is a gratifying f/f scene. Definitely a bratty sub is in residence. If Cyn hangs around the twin's costume designer, Jenna, she may end up with some bad habits.
The two male lovers are hawt and desirable. What's not to like? They are rich, young and kinky. They are also nice men who want to fulfill Cyn's every sexual fantasy. How can a woman go wrong shacking up with them? Even their perceived "flaw" is not really a flaw. They are perfect lovers. Cyn is a cute, if down on her luck, gal. She's the girl next door who's easy to like, even her humorous jealous fits.
This story did feel a bit rushed and at times information of the character's past felt forced in. Still, the roleplaying and the club really carry the tale. Naming the private club "The Library" with library cards is clever. The club is a fetish fantasy playground. The private rooms and specifically the closet filled with sexy accoutrement is marvelous. For the next book, it would be interesting to see more character growth through a power exchange rather than fancy equipment or expensive accessories. Delving deeper into the erotic nature between a submissive and a Dom/me through active interactions would help enrich a story and add complexity. Perhaps the next story will feature bratty Jenna tamed by a strong and understanding Dom/me.
This debut kinky contemporary romance is recommended for ménage lovers who love their GlitterKink.
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