- Totally Bound Publishing
- Release Date
- January 2015
- Book 3 of Rose and Thorn Society
BDSM, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
Tucker and Gabe discover they're soulmates. If only they can get Gabe's wife Brooklyn to admit her own true desires.
Tucker Gleason is a junior partner in the prestigious law firm of Dryer, Stokes and Associates. His career is going well—he's on track to make full partner, having won more cases than any other lawyer in the firm. His love life is another matter. On his own for too long, he gets a much needed jolt when he meets one of the owners of the construction company hired to build the new law firm offices.
Gabe Conner is a happily married man, until he meets Tucker and is reminded of the hot gay relationship he experienced in college. Thinking it was just youthful experimentation, he never mentioned it to his wife. But now that he's met Tucker and the two men are so drawn to each other, he has no choice but to bring it up.
Brooklyn Conner isn't as shocked to learn her husband has gay tendencies as she is to find out he's interested in one of her bosses. She's a paralegal at Dryer and Stokes, and worries about losing not only her husband but also her job if things fall through with the sexy junior partner. She can't resist their advances when they both join forces to seduce her, and quickly decides she doesn't need to. Sex with two men is hot. Until Tucker's true appetite is revealed, and Brook's vanilla world is turned upside down.
Feb 08, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
92 people found the following review helpful
A harmless flirtation wouldn't be considered cheating, would it?
Gabe and Brooklyn are happily married. Just because Gabe happens to feel a strong pull of attraction to one of Brooklyn's male bosses doesn't mean there is a problem. Then again, what if Tucker Gleason just happens to end up as a third person in their bed? Won't Brooklyn be surprised when she realizes the truth?
In the third installment of the Rose and Thorn series, author Jenna Byrnes creates a sizzling hot ménage in BROOKLYN BOUND. With a nice backdrop of BDSM elements, this is an interesting twist on the m/m/f dynamic.
As a reader, I appreciated the emotional struggle that Brooklyn faced when presented with this scenario. Rather than blindly advancing the storyline, the author fully explored Brooklyn's apprehension at the thought of a three-way relationship.
It's a short easy read that will definitely keep the fires burning.
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