- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- June 2014
- Book 3 of The Witches' Mischief
Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, Historical Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
Conall Dougal, infamous rake, wakes up one morning to find his most precious possessions have been stolen by the women he loves. Devastated, he goes in their search determined to find them and extract the truth from them in any way possible.
Penelope, Isidora, and Grace are on the run. They've committed a crime and left behind the man they love. Presumably safe, they are stunned when he turns up ready to claim them back and discover the truth.
But, what is the truth? And will Conall's special kind of coaxing make them speak?
Be Warned: menage sex (MFFF), f/f sex, BDSM, sex toys, spanking, forced seduction
Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
Jun 23, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
133 people found the following review helpful
Having three women would be a lot for any man, especially when those women are hiding something. But Lord Conall is up for the challenge in THE THREE THIEVES AND THE DOM.
When two witches announce to Penelope, Isidora and Grace that "he" will be coming for them to take back what they stole, the three women are very nervous. The women left their 4th lover, the infamous rake and libertine Lord Conall Dougal and are seeking to flee to America. Conall wants to know why his women drugged him, stole everything of value from his home and then abandoned him. He's devastated and on the hunt for the deceitful wenches...the three of them will certainly get a good flogging when he catches up to them! He will lick, suck and make them scream out the truth.
Penelope is hiding a desperate secret from Conall that forces her to flee with the other women, thinking they won't be found, but she underestimates the depth of Conall's feelings for each of them. Can Penelope, Isidora and Grace withstand Conall's seductive way to make them talk or will they fold like a $2 bill?
THE THREE THIEVES AND THE DOM is book 3 in The Witches' Mischief series. I was slightly confused at the beginning but it all started to make sense a little bit into the book, so while reading prior stories in this series may be helpful, it's not necessary to enjoy this book. I couldn't really empathize with why Penelope made the women run with her, and if they loved Conall so much, why didn't they put up more of a fight or at least try to dissuade her? I can understand why being a pregnant widow/high class courtesan would destroy her once and for all, but her reaction felt slightly extreme to me.
It was fun though reading about how Conall seduces answers out of Grace and Isidora, and finally the truth out of Penelope. I kind of see this story as an erotic version of the Three Little Pigs, where the big bad Dom "licks, sucks and makes them scream out the truth" instead of destroying homes. It was also fun and different to read an FFFM story instead of the guy-on-guy fun I usually enjoy.
THE THREE THIEVES AND THE DOM is a short and sweet read featuring some spanking and orgasm denial, ménage and girl on girl lovin'. While sexy and fun, I still found it to be a little dull, as there wasn't any mystery or suspense where there definitely could have been. Still, I would read others in this series.
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