- Breathless Press
- Release Date
- June 2013
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
After a hot interlude at a holiday party, Lake Wynters and Solomon Arsdale exchange phone numbers but not promises. Lake is fine with that until something happens he's never experienced. As days pass without Solomon calling, Lake discovers he just can't forget the sexy older man. Giving in to temptation, he takes matters into his own hands and visits Solomon at his office, breaking his own dating rules.
Waiting in Solomon's office, Lake is shaken to the core by how much Solomon's acknowledgement of their encounter means to him, and how much more he wants it to lead to.
But when the door he's eagerly watching opens, it brings new temptation in the form of Adonis Kosmias. Adonis isn't anything like Solomon. Not many would call him beautiful. His features are too harsh, his body too angular. But he moves with fluid grace and his hair falls in perfect waves and his eyes sparkle with warmth. From the first touch of his hand Lake is thrown into even greater confusion. So distracted by Adonis's touch is he, that when Solomon finally makes an appearance, their hands are still clasped.
Meeting Solomon again while holding hands with another man wasn't in Lake's plan. Neither was anything that happened afterward.
Jul 23, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
88 people found the following review helpful
Solomon and Adonis are sexy rich men who are a power couple. Being the third in this sexy partnership is any man's dream. Lake Wynters is the privileged man invited into their lives. This ménage can be so sexy and arousing. Unfortunately, Lake is a constant self-saboteur.
This story is mixed for me. I am a fan of Mr. Brazil. His characters are very real and generally pretty admirable. This is the first time I've read a book where his character is shallow, vain and neurotic. Lake is a model who wears make up and heels. He's not a transvestite. He just tries to keep his looks edgy and loves his modelling job. What does he have going for him? Mr. Brazil paints a rather disappointing portrait of a young hot man who will amount to nothing once his looks fade.
Still, the writing is smooth and tight. The crazy drama queen antics thrown by Lake is amusing. It's like watching a child pitch temper tantrums during Christmas when they don't get the gift they want. Are there really people like this in the world? If so, then Mr. Brazil did an excellent job of capturing their pettiness and presenting it in a hilarious manner. This m/m romance is recommended for ménage lovers who find amusement in drama queens.
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