- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- April 2018
BDSM, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more
Arden's been plagued by personal problems—none of them involving men. But when she waits on four hunky rich guys one night and they find out she's studying computers, their job offer is the answer to her prayers.
Trace, Steve, Ken, and Hal have been best friends since they were college roommates. They've already successfully birthed and cashed out one start-up that made them rich, and moved to Florida to focus on replicating their accomplishment. They hope buying a house together will help them recapture their magic and avoid distractions, like dangerously meddling family and crazy exes. But Arden, their adorable motorcycle-riding assistant, doesn't seem to understand how much she distracts them.
Then a chance encounter at Venture gives the men a very bad—or very good—idea. And when Ken needs Arden's help hiding his secret from family, the men decide the risk is worth it. Now all they have to do is convince Arden she's perfect for them.
Jan 18, 2019 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
28 people found the following review helpful
Kinky geeks unite! I loved this story because I wanted to be Arden… well, not the downtrodden Arden who is barely making ends meet. The Arden who meets four sexy men who are also in her line of business. I sucked this story down with a smile on my face the entire time. This kind of startup entrepreneur theme in IT business speaks to me. In some ways, it was my fantasy in college. This story is the perfect spank bank material as it appeals to my intellectual and organizational side.
I loved the characters in this story. A quartet of bad boys from different walks of life bond in school. This is the set up for most people's hopes…to have a friendship so strong like this…to be a band of brothers. Yet in most of these stories, the band breaks up when each member finds a woman to call their own. And sometimes these women don't like the other women or the other members of the band. What is a group of guys to do? Ms. Dalton to the rescue with just the perfect woman to meet their needs. I liked Arden. She's motivated and spunky. She's a bit too tame and vanilla for my tastes. The boys make up for it.
The erotic scenes in this story between the men are super nova hawt. Definitely panty moistening goodness with their fun kinky twists. Showing how to have multiple partners is Ms. Dalton's forte. A person could easily feel left out and have hurt feelings. Laying this all out to see, readers interested in poly relationships can learn about the possible pitfalls. And they can see unintended consequences from even the most loving intents. I liked how the foursome experienced rocky moments and questioned bringing in a fifth into their group. Making it even more tangled, by having a semi-closeted gay guy just ups the possible drama. Every time I read about these families giving only conditional love, it saddens me. Even if I don't agree with my family members, I've never seen nor experienced this kind of outright malice. Shameful behaviour on the family's part, in my opinion. I digress.
This erotic journey as Arden develops an intimate relationship with her bosses is edgy and fun. Crossing forbidden lines makes it that much hotter. This erotic romance is recommended to readers who feel the more the merrier is their speed.
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