This Moody Bastard

Tymber Dalton
This Moody Bastard
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Siren Publishing
Release Date
May 2017
Book 50 of Suncoast Society
BDSM, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more

Another holiday, another Suncoast Society party. What's troubling Cali, Sean, and Max? Can a kinky Easter egg hunt snap them out of it? As their friends gather once more, the triad puts on a united front and a happy face. While they remember to count their blessings, will the future finally come into clear focus?

Unicorn photo shoots, rainbow rope, and getting their cat, Baxter, stoned on catnip are all on the agenda. It doesn't hurt that they finally get to see karma in all its splendid glory giving them the good kind of cosmic payback for a change.

They know they're lucky. Now all they have to do is keep reminding themselves of that fact.

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Dec 05, 2017   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
13 people found the following review helpful
Full time kinky sex is more exhausting than one thinks. Sometimes, too much of a good thing is a bad thing. This story features Cali, Sean and Max from Crafty Bastards. Whilst this can be read as a standalone, it's best to read about how Cali, Sean and Max came together. It will provide insight and enhance a reader's experience.

Ms. Dalton pens quite a downer in this story. It isn't that this book is depressing. It's more that the three characters are stuck in a bit of a rut and they are in a low mood due to sad circumstances impacting their close friends. I like that Ms. Dalton writes about the hardships of life. It isn't always rainbows and moonbeams. It isn't always perfect. Bad things happen and it affects people's moods. Or in this case, when people are burned out from work, it can also bring the mood down.

This kinky family is what helps people when they are down. It's lovely to see how parties can help bring some levity and joy back into their lives. This story is more than just about Cali, Sean and Max's big decision about possible children. It shows that relationships, regardless of two, three or four people, sometimes needs a bit more loving attention. Working through the heartache and the low times show how communication, trust and patience will make it better. Of course, hawt kinky scenes will generate some happy endorphins too.

Regarding the kink in this story, I swear Ms. Dalton is trying to spread the word on how to have kinky private parties. Her contests and ideas of what can go on in a private party are inspirational. And if these are based on her personal experience... wow. The kink in this book is a nice balance to the dour mood the threesome experience and helps them pull out of their funk. This kinky book is recommended to all readers who like validation that sometimes, it's okay to be a moody bastard.
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