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- Release Date
- November 2010
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Multi-cultural/Multi-racial Romance
Elizabeth Silver & Jenny Urban's Where the Heart Is
Genre: LGBT Multicultural Menage
Jason, Steve, and Chris have seen each other through the toughest times of their lives, but when they're snowed in together on their annual Thanksgiving ski trip, they learn that you can still have secrets even after twenty years. After Steve reveals he's on the verge of a major decision that could break them apart, those secrets -- their desires -- might be the only thing that could save them.
Then a blizzard hits and snows them in, and there's nowhere to run from the feelings they've been ignoring for years. None of them want to choose one and risk the other, but before the week is out, they're going to have to find a way to make the three of them work again. If not, they're going to lose each other after all.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male sexual practices, menage (m/m/m).
Apr 25, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
217 people found the following review helpful
What could be better than two best friends becoming lovers? That could make sparks fly. What about when three best friends become lovers – fireworks and dreams come true! WHERE THE HEART IS looks at the fear that holds three men back from pursuing what they want most – each other.
Steve, Chris and Jason have been best friends forever, literally. They have seen each other through adolescence, college and adulthood. The death of Jason's parents cemented their bond, creating the tradition of their annual Thanksgiving ski pilgrimages as a way to thwart the holiday blues and reaffirm their steadfast love and support for each other.
Too afraid to act on his feelings for his best friends, Steve dabbles with the idea of leaving Arizona and taking a job in Colorado and announces his plans after they arrive. Rocked by this new, the men quarrel and separate to lick their wounds – each having to arrive at the same conclusion, that they all need and want to be together.
When the power goes out up in their cabin, things finally heat up. Connecting first in pairs and finally together, the three men discover passion combined with friendship is a winning combination. Authors Elizabeth Silver and Jenny Urban have captured the strength of three unique men, all comfortable in their sexuality but in professions that more than likely require some censorship of their activities (one is a cop, another is a high school teacher, the third a freelance photographer). The transition from a friendship to a sexual relationship has its awkward moments and for that reason felt very realistic. Peppering the story are elements exploring some D/s which adds another layer of intensity.
The snow, the season and three hot men – what more does a story need? More than just an erotic ride, WHERE THE HEART IS, takes the reader through an emotional journey where love has the power to heal those cracks in the soul. Ms Silver and Ms Urban have generated a worthwhile read in which to indulge.
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