- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- January 2015
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
[Ménage Amour: Erotic Consensual BDSM Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, spanking, caning, ice play, erotic asphyxiation, sex toys, HEA]
When Lily Jephson falls asleep at work, her erotic dream is witnessed by none other than her boss's brother. Awkward doesn't begin to describe it, especially when she can't help but respond to the enigmatic Dom. She wants his brother…doesn't she?
Cyrus Cooper loves to play games, and he can't resist the opportunity to yank his brother's chain a bit. Nothing will convince the stubborn Sloan more to finally make a move on Lily than thinking this delightful subbie is involved with Cyrus.
However, when it becomes apparent that Lily needs help to work through the emotional scars left behind by her early introduction into the lifestyle, Cyrus knows this is far more than a game. The brothers are just the Doms to show her what a true D/s relationship should be like.
Lily thrives under their combined Dominance, but when her old Master re-appears her life is put in danger.
She has never needed her Sirs more.
Jun 13, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
137 people found the following review helpful
Have you ever fallen asleep somewhere and had a dream? I mean THAT kind of a dream to where you wake up wet and blushing only to find out you have an audience? A. Very. Interested. Audience? Poor Lily is trying to rebuild her life, get by, and maybe not be quite so obvious about her lust (or is it love) for her boss, Sloan. Sloan has his own demons and is not only not interested in entering a relationship but has been known to fire anyone who shows too much interest in him. Enter big brother, Cyrus, and things start to get interesting.
Likes: Two very HAWT doms and one loveable subbie; personal demons that together they're able to conquer; the balance of personalities between the two brothers (one more level-headed than the other); that first scene between Sloan and Lily while Cyrus was stuck on Skype; and the fact that while what happened to Lily was horrendous, it didn't take precedence over their present relationship building. I could go on.
The theme of second chance at love is an undercurrent throughout the story from Lily's and Sloan's separate histories to Cyrus' declaration not to commit to a relationship and yet, despite all of that, the story ends with their relationship stronger than ever.
LET'S GET IT ON by Doris O'Connor is a Siren Publishing story, which means there's lots of steamy activities including MMF ménage. Make sure you're sitting before you swoon.
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