- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- March 2017
- Book 47 of Suncoast Society
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more
Cali, Max, and Sean are hosting a kinky St. Patrick's Day party for the Suncoast Society. From unicorn shibari photo shoots to crazy party games, it's bound to be a wild night. Even if Cali's bondage-loving cat, Baxter, has been confined to a back room for the duration of the festivities.
Yet it's not all fun and games. Before the party even happens, tragedy overshadows the evening, driving home the point that life is short and uncertain, friends are everything, and each moment should be fully appreciated. It also brings a lingering, unsettled question back to the forefront for the triad.
For tonight, they've been asked to carry on, and that's what they'll do. But as the party plays out around them, will their future path finally solidify in their minds, or will it leave them with more doubts and questions than answers?
Aug 11, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
58 people found the following review helpful
It is always a toss-up if a kinky party will be filled with fun times, sad memories or tragic events. Changing it up is nice because it shows the realities of kinky parties. It isn't perfect. Not everyone is skinny and model material. Whilst it may get erotically orgy like, it doesn't always happen this way. The private parties are more for people who enjoy being with each other to connect. It is kind of like a potluck where a group of friends get together and spend time making great memories. This potluck just happens to be x-rated.
In the latest party, Cali, Max and Sean are the hosts. Before the party can even get started, they learn one of their close friends experiences a tragedy. Yes, there is a death and I am going to avoid giving a spoiler. Suffice to say, it hits many of them hard, due to various reasons. Some it is because they too have experienced this kind of loss and it is still an open wound. Others, it is because they will never have the opportunity to experience this loss and this also causes a different type of wound. For this happy ménage, Cali, Max and Sean are deathly afraid of this kind of loss and decide they want to avoid being placed in this position.
This story is less about a kinky party and more about how friends come together to support each other. These bonds built through kinky experiences build a strong foundation of trust and love. This translates into an entire community banding together to help when one of them is in need. As the saying goes, sorrow shared is sorrow halved. This sad tale does not dwell on the loss. Whilst it treats it with respect, life does go on and people still come together and try to enjoy their kinky time. This story is a bit more somber than some of the others. It is a nice look into how kinky people are not exempt from lost and how they respond is no different than those who are vanilla. Recommended for readers hooked on this series.
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