- Liquid Silver Books
- Release Date
- March 2011
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
For nearly a year, Emily Dawson has quietly dated two men, Nick Scott and William Drake--both smart, attractive and great in bed. Because they all work at the same law firm, her various needs are met at a moment's notice. During an out-of-town business trip, the men put their heads together and discover their girlfriend has two boyfriends. But when Nick and William confront Emily about her refusal to commit to a relationship, an unusual compromise is reached--one that satisfies them all.
Apr 25, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
139 people found the following review helpful
A FIRM MERGER is a short erotic story with just as much going on emotionally as there is sexually. It makes for a quick, sexy read when you only have a short amount of time. As long as you aren't looking for an overly realistic love story, this ménage relationship will delight you.
The heroine, Emily, has been dating two co-workers at her law firm for a little over a year. Nick and William are both attractive and intelligent, but she finds herself attracted to their differing personalities and unable to choose. All three main characters are likeable and believable, each with unique personalities so that none overpower the others. The reader can appreciate why Emily wants both men – together they make a nearly perfect man!
Emily decides to tell the men during a business trip the trio is on. But she's too late when the men swap stories only to discover their lover is seeing them both. She's shocked when the men seem to be taking the news so well, even as they suggest they may be willing to share her. And though Nick has a few homophobic issues with sharing a sexual encounter with another man, the three become closer than even Nick was first willing to venture. Of course, the happily ever after comes in the end but how they get there and the evolution of their relationship will surprise you. Enjoy the surprise (Nick did).
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