- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- May 2011
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic
[Ménage Amour: Erotic Sci-Fi Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/F, with M/M, sex toys]
How did bumping into a man in a hospital corridor develop into dreams of red-hot threesomes?
Jade can't understand why she's dreaming of the man she literally bumped into three months ago, but when she actually meets the men from her dreams at her sister's party, things seem to spiral even further out of her control. Unwilling to believe her sister's explanation, Jade still can't deny the telepathic link she now shares with the two men.
Zack and Mitchell have finally found their third, the woman who completes them—their Taydelaan—but she seems intent on denying their future together. Can they convince Jade that being loved doesn't mean being dependent?
Jul 18, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
111 people found the following review helpful
This short story was a pleasant and very sensual in its delivery. The author is very convincing in her ability to show how the heroine is fighting this connection she has developed to these two hot men that she now has a telepathic link with. The difference between the two men in their personalities is distinct, and their love for one another very secure. The reader is able to feel their compassion and sensuality for one another is real.
When Jade goes to the hospital to visit her sister she bumps into a man in the hospital hallway. Soon after she is overwhelmed with dreams of red hot sexual encounters with not just the strange man but a threesome! Mitchell, the man which Jade dreams about knows that long with his lover Zach, that this woman Jade is their third. Both men are determined to make Jade their Taydelaan, the third that will complete them. Will Jade admit that these two hot men the true love that she has longed for?
I enjoyed the dialog between Zach and Mitchell, and their ability to lend comfort not only to one another on a sexual level, but and emotional one as well. The author also does a great job in showing how Jade struggles internally with her belief that she would lose herself completely if she becomes involved with these two strong men. Ms Clark did a great job in not making the science to overwhelming or difficult to understand.
The story flows nicely and I enjoyed it very much. I wouldn't mind at all reading more of her work in the future. I recommend those that like a pleasant ménage story that is easy to follow to read and enjoy this book. And I do encourage readers to read the previous book Taydelaan by Rachael Clark so they can become familiar with the characters that are included in this story.
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